Obama-era net neutrality rules were repealed a year ago, and senator and possible Dem presidential candidate Kamala Harris is still asking people to call and register their complaints:
It’s been 1 year since the FCC voted to repeal #NetNeutrality against the interests of consumers, but we’re not done fighting. Congress can still act. Call your representatives & make your voice heard.
— Kamala Harris (@SenKamalaHarris) December 14, 2018
If Democrat warnings about net neutrality repeal were remotely true, maybe there would be more concern. Instead…
And against all odds, you’re still alive and tweeting for free.
— Mike Hennessy (@TheMikeHennessy) December 14, 2018
Yeah, what’s up with that?
I wish the internet was still around so I could protest the serious effects of Trump’s net neutrality stance. Too bad the new rules have totally destroyed the internet as we once knew it
— Dan (@DanArkus) December 14, 2018
the internet literally did not change
— RIP Star Wars (@RIP_SW) December 14, 2018
— ? Evan ? (@Evan_Hafenbread) December 14, 2018
And even if people wanted to call, they can’t, because according to Democrats, they are no longer capable of doing so:
Can’t, the repeal of net neutrality literally killed me.
So did the tax cuts and Kavanaugh. https://t.co/OCQOxtTGLT
— m/ -=EdVT=- m/ (@CargoShortLife) December 14, 2018
Sorry we all died from the tax cuts.
— I Hate The Media ?? (@ihatethemedia) December 14, 2018
I know. I've been dead a year. https://t.co/Qu817IXI3O
— AgainstTrumpDude (@TheAmishDude) December 14, 2018
File Harris’ tweet under “B” for backfire.