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OK Senator Dusty Deevers Responds to Jimmy Fallon: ‘Pornography Must and Shall Be Abolished’

Dusty Deevers Reported Statistics and Legislation on the Destrucive Nature of Porn

As a pastor and a politician, Deevers continues to use his platform to speak out against pornography. Within his video, Deevers continued to argue his case against the catastrophic effects of addiction to all forms of porn. “Pornography use increases the marital infidelity rate by more than 300%,” said Deevers.

Deevers also claimed that “56% of American divorces involve one party having an obsessive interest in pornographic websites.”

Within the proposed Oklahoma Senate Bill 1976, is language stating that all “unlawful pornography” would be outlawed. The bill contains a long description defining “unlawful pornography” to include things such as (and not limited to): “any visual depiction or individual image stored or contained in any format” depicting a person engaging “in any of the following acts with a person: sexual intercourse which is normal or perverted, anal sodomy, sexual activity with an animal, sadomasochistic abuse…”

Deevers explained that the Miller vs. California Supreme Court decision (from 1973) gave a three-pronged “obscenity test.” He listed that pornography doesn’t pass the arousal test, the offensive test, or the test of high art value.

‘You Can Be Set Free’—Deevers Offers Hope Through Jesus and Legislation

“If you will turn and look to Christ and see what he has offered in his life, death, resurrection, the forgiveness of sins, and eternal life with God is infinitely more than anything you could ever find in the offerings of pornography,” Deevers said. “Christ offers true companionship. He offers true grace…You can be set free.”

Deevers closed his video by saying, “Our laws need to protect us from this harmful, vile, wicked content in our culture. Not only is it biblical to ban pornography. But, it is also constitutional to ban this obscenity.”