Shocking proof has come out that the support for the FCC’s Net Neutrality laws is bogus. It is a con being inflicted on the American people as a way of taking control of the last truly free forum for speech. It turns out that a huge percentage of the support is faked. The question is, who’s doing the faking?
The program that would allow government more control over the net has proven reasonably popular with users on the FCC forum, but the problem is that more than 300,000 people who supposedly made these positive comments deny ever doing so.
Someone (or some government organisation) is using peoples names illegally to provide a fake show of support. Don’t be cheated, don’t be bullied. Don’t let them take Free Speech’s Final Stand!
As reported in the Daily Caller:
The Daily Caller News Foundation (TheDCNF) pulled a random sample of nearly 10,000 “pro-net neutrality” comments and called the people who provided input to verify their authenticity.
Of the respondents, 44 percent answered “yes” when asked if they could recall submitting a public comment supporting the regulations imposed by the FCC under the Obama administration. In contrast, 39 percent denied having submitted a comment, or were unable to recall doing so. Around 17 percent refused to answer the question, or hung up before proper communication.
The FCC has received more than 1.6 million comments as of Wednesday morning, according to the agency’s own website. If “pro regulatory” comments represent one half of that amount, then the math indicates that more than 300,000 of the “pro-net neutrality” comments could have been falsely submitted.