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    Protest Planned at FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s House on New Year’s Eve

    Protest Planned at FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s House on New Year’s Eve

    These people have lost their ever-loving minds

    The outrage over the end of net neutrality has far too many people unnecessarily riled up.

    Rather than protest through peaceful means, People of the Internet have chosen to trash FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s house this New Year’s Eve.

    To that end, there’s a Facebook event encouraging one and all to join the “fun”:

    Event commenters are pretty much what you’d expect.

    Thanks for clearing this up, guy.

    Um, ok?

    He seems reasonable:

    People have lost their ever-loving minds over net neutrality. A Syracuse man was arrested for sending death threats to Rep. John Katko over his support of net neutrality and Pai and his family have been under a ceaseless barrage of harassment.

    Leading up to the abolishment of net neutrality, Pai was greeted by signs in his yard which read, “They will come to know the truth. Dad murdered Democracy in cold blood.”

    It should go without saying that mobs congregating on private property with the intent to destroy should in no way be tolerated, but this is 2017 and we have a front row seat to our slow descent into democratic chaos.

    For those who believed or still believe property destruction and intimidation are dandy fine, what if your family was subjected to endless hate and intolerance because of a difference of opinion? Your wife, your children? How “fun” would it be then? Grow up and learn to use your words for Chrissake.

    At the time this post was published, the Facebook event was still live and well.


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    legalizehazing | December 21, 2017 at 2:42 pm

    I would buy this guy a projector if he would play that viral video on the side of his house while they protest:)

    Merry Christmas Ajit

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