Loony left net neuters melt down over FCC vote to roll back Obama internet takeover

As expected FCC Chairman Ajit Pai began the process of rolling back Obama’s internet takeover today, scheduling a vote to rescind the Obama-era rules. Not surprisingly, the usual suspects made their routine pilgrimage to the FCC building for some good, old-fashioned leftist sky is falling street theater.

The protest was once again led by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers, the two radical activists that were highlighted earlier this week in multiple media outlets for intimidating and harassing Chairman Pai outside of his home last weekend.

(PS – If you haven’t seen it, you really should watch this clip where he gets pwned by Fox News host Tucker Carlson).

For those of us who care about a truly free and open internet, it’s important to keep in mind that Chairman Pai’s rollback of the Obama rules is only the first step in a long battle. The left aided by millions in Silicon Valley and Soros funding has been fighting for almost 20 years now to take over the people’s internet. And as today’s activity outside of the FCC shows, they aren’t about to give up and go home.

In the days and weeks ahead, it’s a virtual certainty that their “activism” will become more and more aggressive and unhinged. We have to dig in as never before to stop them. If you haven’t done so yet, please, please please send a message to Chairman Pai and the FCC urging them to stand strong in supporting a true free and open internet by rolling back Obama’s government internet takeover.

Click here today to send a message to the FCC.