Former ESPNer Britt McHenry Trades Low Blows With Mia Khalifa During Twitter Beef Over Net Neutrality
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.
Federal regulators voted Thursday to allow Internet providers to speed up service for websites they favor — and block or slow down others — in a decision repealing landmark Obama-era regulations overseeing broadband companies such as AT&T and Verizon.
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.
The 3-2 vote, which was along party lines, enabled the FCC’s Republican chairman, Ajit Pai, to follow through on his promise to repeal the government’s 2015 net neutrality rules, which required Internet providers to treat all websites, large and small, equally. The agency also rejected some of its own authority over the broadband industry in a bid to stymie future FCC officials who might seek to reverse the Republican-led ruling.
Former ESPNer and current Fox News contributor Britt McHenry posted a hot take on Twitter in favor of the Net Neutrality repeal.
This led to former porn star turned sports pundit Mia Khalifa to blast McHenry by reminding about that time she was suspended at ESPN for going off at a tow truck clerk a few years ago.
And then Britt McHenry said this.