Covenant Eyes is a subscription-based online service that offers monitoring solutions for device usage. By installing this program, users have their device activity tracked and shared with a chosen accountability partner. This service is frequently utilized by people seeking to overcome pornography addiction, providing them with a system of accountability for their online viewing habits.
Additionally, it serves as a tool for maintaining transparency for those who want to openly share their internet activity, preemptively addressing any potential accusations. It is particularly beneficial for people in roles of public trust, like politicians, and for those in spiritual or educational leadership, such as pastors and teachers, who are expected to adhere to higher ethical standards.
Yet, for leftists, holding each other accountable appears to be taboo. New House Speaker, Mike Johnson, used the software with his 17-year-old son, where they received weekly reports of each others online viewing. In a report at Rolling Stone, apparantly, this is unacceptable.
Rolling Stone posted the video by a Twitter user named Receipt Maven, complaining that because of this software, his dad might find out his son is watching porn—which, he wasn’t.
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But it was actually the headline of the Rolling Stone article that drew the most ire from the left. The headline, as posted on Twitter, simply read “Mike Johnson Admits He and His Son Monitor Each Other’s Porn Intake in Resurfaced Video” leading many to think that they were actually regulating each other’s porn intake, rather than eliminating it altogether. These were the kind of responses from these leftist clowns:
What’s actually creepy here is that so many people have a problem with this.