Mia khalifa net neutrality

Duration: 8min 36sec Views: 1363 Submitted: 09.05.2020
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Trending Hot. Trending Hot Popular. Although Mia reportedly deleted the post in less than 5 minutes, it gained over 2, likes, comments, and was screenshotted by many followers. Ajit Pai has been the subject of controversy lately for his push to repeal net neutrality, In which he and the FCC succeeded Thursday in vote, with many Americans infuriated, he has received much hate online. Username or Email Address. To use social login you have to agree with the storage and handling of your data by this website.

Mia Khalifa shares DM from the guy behind net neutrality vote

FACT CHECK: Did Mia Khalifa 'Expose' Ajit Pai After He 'Slid Into Her DMs'?

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission voted to repeal net neutrality, a highly controversial decision that elicited a mixed bag of emotional responses from social media users everywhere. She essentially said the repeal was no big deal and recommended that people focus on more important issues. Give me a break. Khalifa quoted her tweet and fired back: "Net neutrality is the reason you can pay for a towed car online and avoid dealing with employees altogether," calling to mind a notorious video of McHenry belittling a parking lot employee. It clearly struck a nerve in the former ESPN reporter. In a now-deleted response, McHenry tweeted, "Net neutrality repeal might make your disgusting adult videos a little harder to access

Mia Khalifa And Britt McHenry In Bitter Net Neutrality Twitter Feud

Earlier today, the FCC, led by chairman Ajit Pai made the controversial decision to repeal net neutrality in favor of deregulation which drew the ire of millions of Americans on social media. Via Washington Post. The move by the Federal Communications Commission to deregulate the telecom and cable industries was a prominent example of the policy shifts taking place in Washington under President Trump and a major setback for consumer groups, tech companies and Democrats who had lobbied heavily against the decision.
In a rather aggressive tweet, the ex-porn star took aim at Pai, and left no uncertainties about which side of the issue she stood on:. After getting a message like that, most people would almost certainly steer clear of the person who wrote it. Pai, however, does not seem to be one for going along with what the masses would probably agree is the right decision, and instead supposedly did the complete opposite. The year-old Republican attorney saw Khalifa's very direct "kill yourself" message, and somehow appeared to think that he could win her over by sliding into the DMs. Unsurprisingly, it didn't go well.