SHOCK: FCC Approves Internet Coup
End of Internet Freedom is Announced One Hour after Obama Bans Bullets by Fiat
One day after dozens of Congressmen warn that the proposed FCC regulations will end Internet freedom, it has been announced that the most draconian measures have been approved by the FCC.
This is despite the current FCC appearing on a nationally-televised television interview to proclaim that all of the proposed measures are being kept from the public and that these rules are "Solution that won't work to a problem that doesn't exist."
Commissioner Pai implied that the language has nothing to do with protecting smaller websites from broadcasting their messages, and instead restricts Internet freedom and allows the FCC to regulate information - much like the Chinese communist system.
This plan was brought in by elites like Hillary Clinton, who demanded that such measures would allow federal bureaucracies to become "gatekeepers" to shut down websites who provide information that they deem unacceptable.
Hillary Clinton made her public statements as her husband's sex scandal was being broadcast over Internet waves in 1998. She called the scandal a "vast, right-wing conspiracy" and implied that the government should be able to eradicate the ability to broadcast information without government fact-checkers viewing the material first.
This incredible, authoritarian overhaul was announced just minutes after the ATF annoucned that they would be banning the most popular bullet in America. The two shocking edicts were both issued outside of law and despite efforts by Congress to prevent them. They were announced simultaneously, most likely in an effort to stun and confuse informed Americans into giving up and succumbing to mass-Stockholm syndrome.