South Carolina proposes law to block porn on computers bought in the state

South Carolina State Rep. Bill Chumley pre-filed a bill requiring retailers to install porn-blocking filters on computers sold in the state. However, Rep. Chumley added a part to the bill so the state would profit from people's porn use:

Both sellers and buyers could get around the limitation, for a fee. The bill would fine manufacturers that sell a device without the blocking system, but they could opt out by paying $20 per device sold. Buyers could also verify their age and pay $20 to remove the filter.

Chumley is also the guy who refused to vote to remove the Confederate battle flag from South Carolina State House, and told CNN that the victims murdered in the Charleston church shooting "sat in there and waited their turn to be shot, that's sad. Somebody in there with a means of self-defense could've stopped this."