Net neutrality has been repealed for quite a while now, and a tweet from the Senate Democrats is making the rounds on its second anniversary.
This is quite special:
— Senate Democrats (@SenateDems) February 27, 2018
The FCC chairman helped point out just how big of a fail the Democrats’ fear-mongering was:
Two years ago today, some Washington politicians promised you that the Internet would slow down. What's happened since? Average U.S. fixed broadband speeds are UP over 76% according to Ookla. It wasn't the end of the Internet as we know it—not even close.https://t.co/nSKdQ2Olt1
— Ajit Pai (@AjitPaiFCC) February 27, 2020
Well done, Dems — wrong again!
It's pretty incredible they haven't deleted this yet. https://t.co/F5wb66Uo53
— Jordan Haverly (@jhaverly) February 27, 2020
Maybe Hillary could give them some deletion advice if they ever need it.
Happy second anniversary to the survivors of the repeal of net neutrality! https://t.co/UPq3fiAHiD
— Rob from Long Island (@FlyingDutch0116) February 27, 2020
Still waiting for this to happen…. https://t.co/axoX2Ad3DH
— RBe (@RBPundit) February 27, 2020
WOW… This did not age well…. https://t.co/cGx7ZEWDQP
— A Deplorable Despicable Troll (@SuchHate) February 27, 2020
These people want to make lying on twitter illegal https://t.co/xyCV3DYRFY
— Payton Alexander (@AlexanderPayton) February 27, 2020
How's this democrat prediction working out?
Everything the say is a lie https://t.co/PJWDXoRBfK
— Steph (@steph93065) February 27, 2020
Didn't quite work out the way you wanted, did it? https://t.co/DMIh8UFsEj
— JimmyJames (@crassh647) February 27, 2020
The Dems do that with almost every issue: Sound the panic alarm, and then when that doesn’t come to pass, they move onto a different issue and start the same process all over again.