Obama And The FCC Is Planning To Sneak Through New Internet Regulations Without Having A National Debate

It’s Deja Vu all over again. Now doesn’t this sound all too familiar. It’s Obama Care all over again when Rep. Nancy Pelosi told We The People that we won’t know what’s in Obama Care until after it’s passed. It takes a real socialist to say something like that without any kind of embarrassment. Well guess what! Obama and his cronies are attempting to do the same thing with the Internet. Here is what is going on with the people in the know. After Dictator Obama lost the full Congress in November he put the word out to the three FCC Democratic Commissioners that he wanted regulations put through regarding the Internet. The other two Commissioners are Republican for a total of five. The agency said that it won’t release the full 322-page proposal until the commission votes on it later this month. Now does this sound familiar or not! It’s Obama Care all over again. We The People will not find out what’s in this 322 page report until it’s voted on. Obama keeps on making fun of We The People in regard to transforming America in the way he sees it. I keep on saying he has to be impeached.

Thank goodness one of the Commissioners on the committee decided to go public and advise We The People of what is about to happen and there is not much time. He is Ajit Pai, one of two Republican FCC commissioners.

The following was posted by Giuseppe Macri, published by the Daily Caller: “The claim that President Obama’s plan to regulate the Internet does not include rate regulation is flat-out false,” Pai said Tuesday. “The plan clearly states that the FCC can regulate the rates that Internet service providers charge for broadband Internet access, for interconnection, for transit — in short, for the core aspects of Internet services.”

“The plan also opens up broadband providers to legal suit by individuals and class-action groups for any practices “they believe to be unreasonable.” According to Pai, the cost of such litigation will be passed on to consumers.”

“Some of the plan’s new Internet regulations will go into effect immediately,” the fact sheet reads. “Others will not take effect at this time or for now, making clear that the president’s plan contemplates even more rules in the future. This undermines regulatory certainty and will leave consumers poorer, step by step.”

This is only a fraction as you can imagine in a 322-page proposal which Obama and his socialist friends are trying to sneak through. Do you recall at the beginning of my post I suggested that there has been involvement with Obama and the three Democrats on the FCC Commission? The following was posted by Sam Rolley, published by Personal Liberty: “The commissioner also contends that the Obama White House may have improperly influenced the proposal, a concern shared by lawmakers on two congressional committees currently investigating the net neutrality proposal.”

“In a letter to Wheeler this week, Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) requested documents related to the proposal and an explanation of “what new factors” led the FCC to divert from an earlier net neutrality proposal.”

We need to thank Commissioner Ajit Pai for coming forward and blowing the whistle on Obama and his cronies. I just hope it’s not too late because they are going to vote for this reshaping of the whole Internet shaped by our Dictator Obama sometimes this month. Please start the phone calls and the emails to your Congressional people and show concern. Otherwise the Internet will never be as we have known it. Yes! It’s Deja Vu all over again.We The People must not allow this Dictator to take away from us the freedom of the Internet.

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