Net Neutrality Is Gone! Farewell to Another Obama Legacy Item


Eighteen far-left attorneys general tried to delay the vote to end net neutrality today but they failed. There was a bomb threat during the vote and Ajit Pai is getting constant death threats. His family is being threatened as well. The peaceful loving left is at it again.

The vote to end net neutrality was 3-2 along party lines.

Net Neutrality was a always a fix in search of a problem and was a grand excuse for the government to seize control.

Chairman Pai spoke before the vote.

“If our rules deter the massive infrastructure investment that we need, eventually we’ll pay the price in terms of less innovation,” he said.

“For one thing, there was no problem to solve,” he said.

“It’s not going to end the Internet…it’s not going to end democracy”.

This is from the Daily Wire reporter.


  1. Net neutrality, which was championed by the Obama administration, was the brainchild of a socialist professor who wanted government control of the Internet to kill online “capitalist” advertising and to promote “socialist principles.”
    The professor, Dr. Robert McChesney of the University of Illinois, founded the socialist think tank Free Press in 2002, which received funding from billionaire activist George Soros and had tremendous influence over the Obama administration.
    “At the moment, the battle over network neutrality is not to completely eliminate the telephone and cable companies, but the ultimate goal is to get rid of the media capitalists in the phone and cable companies and to divest them from control,” he told the website SocialistProject in 2009.
    As usual, anything George Soros promotes is bad for the public at large.
    Here’s some more quotes from Dr. McChesney revealing the FCC’s true agenda
    “Advertising is the voice of capital. We need to do whatever we can to limit capitalist propaganda, regulate it, minimize it, and perhaps even eliminate it. The fight against hyper-commercialism becomes especially pronounced in the era of digital communications.” (Media Capitalism, the State, and 21st Century Media Democracy Struggles: An Interview with Robert McChesney – The Bullet Socialist Project, September 8, 2009)
    “Our job is to make media reform part of our broader struggle for democracy, social justice, and, dare we say it, socialism. It is impossible to conceive of a better world with a media system that remains under the thumb of Wall Street and Madison Avenue, under the thumb of the owning class.” (Journalism, Democracy, … and Class Struggle – Monthly Review, November 2000)
    “There is no real answer (to the U.S. economic crisis) but to remove brick by brick the capitalist system itself, rebuilding the entire society on socialist principles.” (A New New Deal under Obama? (with John Bellamy Foster) – Monthly Review, December 21, 2008)
    “Only government can implement policies and subsidies to provide an institutional framework for quality journalism.” (The Death and Life of Great American Newspapers – Nation, March 18, 2009

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