Chairman Pai Calls Out Protestors

Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said that network neutrality protestors have "crossed a line" with hateful signs that target his children. It was reported Nov 27 there were protests outside Chairman Pai's home. “It certainly crosses a line with me,” Pai said. “Families…should remain out of it and stop harassing us at our homes....It was a little nerve-racking, especially for my wife who’s not involved in this space.” According to a Tweet from a neighbor, signs posted on the street outside his home included ones naming Pai's children and saying he was "murdering Democracy in cold blood," and asking how his kids could look him in the eye. Protestors also took to Pai's street back in May after the FCC voted to propose the Title II rollback, but the the tone of the newest protest had an uglier edge.


Chairman Pai Calls Out Protestors