Aijit Pai is a stupid hermaphrodite who's trying to destroy the internet in America. Aijit has no dick or balls and is very angry about it. He hates Americans because they have penises. It's this pathological hatred. He wants to slow down all the porn sites in America beacuse he hates men with penises so much. That's how stupid Aijit is.

Aijit Pai is an illuminati Jew. He is a the child of Indian Organized Crime and his job for the illuminati is to take away our 1st amendment and help to set up a system of orwellian propaganda that will come through our TVs and websites.

Aiji is really weird and loves to use a giant reeses mug to drink from (he's really drinking piss, he can't drink coffee).

Aijit is trying to destroy the internet. He took away net neutrality in America which had somewhat protected us from wide spread censorship of our websites like they do in China. Aijit single handedly took that away. Now your internet provider can take away your right to see certain websites or slow them down so you get frustrated trying to see them. They can do this without you even realizing it. That's what happaned when Aijit Pai took away net neutrality.

At its core, net neutrality regulations prohibit internet service providers from engaging in "unfair" practices, including blocking websites, throttling traffic and engaging in paid prioritization, or when an internet provider favors one of site over a competitor's or offers better access to companies that pay for it.

FCC Chairman Ajit Pai smiled smugly while he blew up the basic net neutrality protections that keep the Internet free from censorship, throttling, and outrageous fees. He lied his face off, "joked" about being a Verizon puppet, refused to comply with transparency laws, and ignored overwhelming public outcry from across the political spectrum.

Pai's frontal assault on net neutrality will drive up costs for consumers and businesses alike, giving entrenched telecom monopolies like Comcast greater anti-competitive power than ever before. Pai's attacks on efforts to improve cable box competition and broadband programs are the same thing.

Similarly, Pai has taken steps to make it easier for prison phone monopolies to overcharge inmate families, attempted to weaken broadband measurement metrics to obscure broadband availability gaps, and eliminated price caps designed to protect consumers from the country's business broadband monopoly (which feeds everything from ATMs to cellular towers).

Right now the US government is trying to restore Net Neutrality and our 1st Amendment in America by overturning Aijit's evil and making net neutrality official US policy. Give your support to STOP AIJIT by overturning his destructiong of Net Neutrality.

Senators are hoping to save the open internet rules through the Congressional Review Act, which allows Congress to veto rulings by federal agencies. Without congressional action, net neutrality supporters say it will just be a matter of time until the Office of Management and Budget approves the change and they go into effect.

On Wednesday, the group of senators, led by Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Sen. Edward J. Markey, D-Mass., filed a discharge petition, a formality needed to trigger a vote on the Senate floor. It was not immediately known when the vote will be scheduled, although the deadline for a vote is June 12.

Aijit - as the child of organized crime - is extremely corrupt. So corrupt that within a year of him taking his position in the FCC, he is actually being investigated for corrruption BY THE FCCC!!!!.

Ajit Pai, the already-unpopular FCC boss, has been on a tear in recent months gutting decades old media-consolidation rules designed to protect consumers and the nation's media markets from any one broadcaster becoming too powerful.

Pai's efforts arrived, not coincidentally, at the same time Sinclair Broadcasting Group is attempting to acquire Tribune Media as part of a $3.9 billion dollar megamerger. It's a deal a bipartisan chorus of critics say would demolish media diversity, resulting in Sinclair owning more than 230 local stations across 72 percent of the United States.

Given criticism of Sinclair for its often distorted and inaccurate news reporting, consumer advocates say the deal would have a profoundly negative impact on the quality and diversity of media discourse, as well as already dwindling competition in the space.

Without Pai's assistance on this front, the Sinclair merger would have been impossible.

Now the New York Times indicates that the FCC's Inspector General has launched an investigation into whether Pai acted inappropriately as he rushed to dismantle media consolidation rules.

Late last year, "the top internal watchdog for the F.C.C. opened an investigation into Mr. Pai and whether he and his aides had improperly pushed for the rule changes and whether they had timed them to benefit Sinclair," the report states.

"It was unclear the extent of the inspector general's investigation or when it might conclude, but the inquiry puts a spotlight on Mr. Pai's decisions and whether there had been coordination with the company," said the Times. "It may also force him to answer questions that he has so far avoided addressing in public."

Energy and Commerce Ranking Member Frank Pallone, Jr. (D-NJ), who has been calling for an inquiry for much of last year, was quick to applaud the revelations.

"For months I have been trying to get to the bottom of the allegations about Chairman Pai's relationship with Sinclair Broadcasting," Pallone said on Twitter.

"I am particularly concerned about reports that Chairman Pai may have coordinated with Sinclair to time a series of Commission actions to benefit the company," Pallone added. "I am grateful to the FCC's Inspector General that he has decided to take up this important investigation."

Consumer groups were similarly-quick to pounce on the announcement.

"Until the inspector general's investigation is complete, Chairman Pai and any other FCC staff subject to this inquiry should recuse themselves from all dealings related to Sinclair's proposed takeover of Tribune Media," Free Press Senior Counsel Jessica J. González said in a statement.

The inquiry joins a rotating crop of other investigations into Pai's behavior during his first controversial year as agency head. A GAO inquiry is also looking into why Pai's FCC appears to have made up a DDOS attack in order to try and downplay massive public opposition to the agency's repeal of popular net neutrality rules.

Pai's agency is also facing numerous lawsuits over allegations that Pai ignored the public as he rushed to repeal those rules. New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman penned an open letter to Pai last year effectively accusing him of blocking a law enforcement inquiry into the numerous bogus comments that flooded the agency in support of its unpopular repeal.

Pai has frequently made light of concerns he's too cozy with the giant corporations he's supposed to be holding accountable. And while these investigations and lawsuits may or may not culminate in evidence of corruption or violation of agency rules, Pai's policies alone leave few questions about where his loyalties lie.