Amazon Forced to Remove Pedophile Gear From Its Electronic Shelves

Elder Patriot|Late last week, Megan Fox writing for PJ Media, claimed that “Amazon has sex dolls that look like children for sale on their site.

She offered these screenshots as evidence.

The links on Amazon’s site has since been disabled:

Further proof was offered in this tweet from Megan:

Ms. Fox wrote further:

Research in the UK has shown that people who buy these dolls are likely to have child porn in their possession, and child porn unquestionably harms children. As reported by The Hill:

In the United Kingdom, which already has a ban similar to [the CREEPER Act], authorities have seized 128 dolls this year. Eighty-five percent of the men who imported them were also found in possession of child pornography. These individuals didn’t use the dolls as a substitute. They used them to supplement their stash of kiddy porn.

The CREEPER Act (Curbing Realistic Exploitative Electronic Pedophilic Robots Act) was passed by the U.S. House but apparently died in the Senate Judiciary Committee.  There’s been no action on the bill since 6/14/2018.

Kinda makes you question what the members of that committee are thinking and who among them they are protecting, no?

Yesterday, Infowars reported that, Amazon was again forced to pull products intended for pedophiles.  These were baby onesies with sayings meant to appeal only to pedophiles.

According to the Infowars report:

One of the garments reading “Daddy’s Little F*** Toy” was being sold for $18.98 (£14.38) before being removed from Amazon’s website.

Another onesie with the phrase “I Just Look Illegal” was being sold for $20 (£15.15) by third-party Canadian vendor VanBer.

Prof. Marci Hamilton, CEO of a non-profit committed to protecting children called CHILD USA, told The Sun, “It is outrageous that baby clothing with this language appears anywhere on the web let alone Amazon.”

“I had assumed that Amazon had to clear products before they are put online. It clearly should have been ringing alarm bells – but it went online,” she continued.

An Amazon spokesperson responded: “All marketplace sellers must follow our selling guidelines, and those who don’t will be subject to action including potential removal of their account. The product in question is no longer available.”

The question is why did it take Amazon until it received complaints before it pulled these items from its portfolio of products?