Ajit Pai Mocks Net Neutrality in Unbelievably Cringey Attempt at Internet Humor
In case you hadn’t heard, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted to repeal net neutrality rules set in 2015, allowing Internet providers to speed up service for some websites and apps, while slowing and even blocking others. Here to let you know what you can still do on the Internet following net neutrality is none other than FCC Chairman Ajit Pai in what must be the most unbelievable and cringey attempt at internet humor ever.
While dressed up as Santa and wielding a lightsaber and fidget spinner, Pai insists you can continue to ‘gram your food, post photos of cute animals, shop for Christmas presents online, bing-watch your favorite shows, remain a member of your preferred fandom, and ruin memes.
The overall atrocious aesthetic is filled with a slew of pop culture references of which you can check out above. It’s a sad day for the internet. To fight the FCC’s decision to repeal net neutrality, be sure to visit Battle for the Net and do your part in making Congress aware of what a giant misstep this is for modern society.