Ajit Pai wants to abolish federalism so Verizon and AT&T can throttle your data

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When AT&T, Verizon, Comcast, and other telcom giants purchased a net neutrality repeal from FCC shill Ajit Pai, it must have occurred to them that California would be a major problem in their plans to become the ultimate gatekeepers for internet traffic. The US is a nation that practices federalism. Some people call this states’ rights, but those people are wrong. States don’t have rights. As the US Constitution clearly points out, only people have rights and those rights are inalienable. As part of their plan to ensure this remained the case, the founders of the US ensured that individual…
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