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lioness–hart:

wildhaunt:

lioness–hart:

glitchboys:

derpingdonuts:

They don’t care about the public’s opinion anymore??? Are you shitting me??? Isn’t America supposed to be a democracy where the people have a say in the future of this country?? They say they won’t listen to opinions anymore.

GUYS PUMP OUT COLD HARD FACTS. I’LL BE WRITING AN EMAIL TO THE HEAD SCUMBAG HIMSELF WITH SOME COLD HARD FACTS. I SUGGEST YOU GUYS DO THE SAME!!!

ps: i know I’m being obnoxious with all the unnecessary punctuation and all caps but i need to get the message across.

edit: someone asked for a source so here: https://www.theverge.com/2017/11/22/16689838/fcc-net-neutrality-comments-were-largely-ignored

I absolutely agree with rephrasing the letters and redoubling efforts but as cathartic as it is to send letters directly to Ajit Pai, it’s misdirecting useful energy. He is about as anti-net neutrality as it is physically possible to be and even if you are a lawyer and you send perfectly phrased legalese to him, he is not going to change his position. The key here is to send messages to people that can potentially be swayed. 

Mignon Clyburn

Michael O’Rielly 

Brendan Carr

Jessica Rosenworcel 

These are the other commissioners of the FCC. Please, aside from your senators and representatives, email these people and let them hear your voice.

(x) This is a link to the leadership page for the FCC, under each name is a tab where you can email them directly, please take the time to do so if you can.

FYI, I had a couple of posts tagged net neutrality scheduled to go out over the last couple days but they somehow never showed up? I’m suspicious now that they’re being censored. Keep an eye out for this.

this literally just happened i’ll post the screen cap in second

here’s the post @lioness–hart just put up 

here’s what happened when i tried to reblog

Error Code: OCP02 [Post Not Found]
does this violate current net neutrality itself? like censoring posts like this …

It sure does. Big companies have been censoring content and voices for years, but without net neutrality they’ll basically be getting paid to do it en masse. It’ll get way worse way fast.