Charlie Buttrey

January 30, 2019

Here’s a potential solution to the pesky problem of paying for President Trump’s border wall: An Arizona lawmaker wants to tax pornography and use the proceeds to help build the wall. The bill from GOP state Rep. Gail Griffin would require tech companies to install porn-blocking software on their internet-connected devices, which users could disable by paying a $20 fee, which would then be used for wall construction.

And this may or may not be related, but the on-line pornography site Pornhub recently announced that traffic to the site increased 6.3% during the government shutdown.

 

 

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