Yesterday morning, net neutrality activists were bodyslammed to the ground by FCC security for attempting to peacefully hold up a banner at FCC Commissioner's Pais press conference on net neutrality.  Just as the Commissioner finished his speech attacking net neutrality and shilling for his former employer Verizon , activists attempted to hold up a banner reading, “85% of Republican Voters Support Net Neutrality.”
The banner paraphrased a University of Delaware poll, reported in the Washington Post, that shows that both Democrats and Republicans overwhelmingly oppose the idea of fast lanes and slow lanes on the Internet, and support the principles of net neutrality. 
So why was Commissioner Pai so afraid of that one little banner that he had his security tackle and threaten peaceful activists? Because the message on it exposes him for what he truly is: a shining example of everything that is wrong with Washington, DC. Ajit Pai doesn’t represent republicans, democrats, or any other member of the public, he represents the interest of Cable and Telecom companies, the very industries that he is supposed to hold accountable as an FCC commissioner.
We don’t have millions of dollars to counter their deceit, but we have the Internet, and we intend to use it.
-Evan, Tiffiniy, Holmes, Jeff, Vasjen, and Jessica
Fight for the Future
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