LOL: Moron Liberals Love “Net Neutrality”, They Just Don’t Know How To Spell It
This afternoon, Twitter was full of various far left defenses for the disastrous “Net Neutrality” legislation the left is trying to push. As of publication, it is the top trending hashtag on Twitter… there is only one problem… they spelled Neutrality as “Neutality”.
For something that these leftists claim to be so well informed on, you’d think they’d at least learn the correct spelling.
During @FCC discussion on overturning of #NetNeutality, @MClyburnFCC says the agency "is handing the keys to the Internet … – the Internet, one of the most remarkable, empowering, enabling inventions of our lifetime – over to a handful of multi-billion dollar corporations."
— Mike Snider (@MikeSnider) December 14, 2017
HOW AM I SUPPOSED TO DO MY F*CKING SCHOOL WORK IF I DON’T HAVE THE INTERNET #NetNeutality
— baby honey // 37 (@xlinetterayx) December 14, 2017
We pay for computers. We pay for internet access. We pay for apps. We pay for games. Why the hell should we start paying for access to websites, especially after paying for internet access? I can't wait for the riots to break out tbh. #NetNeutality
— Hairy Angry Man (@Angry_Hairy_Man) December 14, 2017
If we lose #NetNeutality you can say goodbye to these jobs:
•Singers will lose alot of money
And you can say hello to:
•More suicide rates
•Having to book flights in store
•Shopping in stores
•Travel for movies
— 𝘚𝘶𝘯𝘥𝘰𝘦 (@sundoe) December 14, 2017
I will say this again: There is OVERWHELMING support for #NetNeutality
If they kill it, it will only further prove we do NOT live in a democracy, but an oligarchy controlled by the rich and big corporations.
— Equitable Liberal (@EquitableLib) December 14, 2017
— Michael Hopper (@mhopp7) December 14, 2017
Conservatives on Twitter were quick to point the irony of these people who are so concerned about something that they didn’t even take the time to learn how to spell correctly:
— Makada 🇺🇸 (@_Makada_) December 14, 2017
— MayYouShineWithTheStars (@IsasJoy) December 14, 2017
— Chris (@TriggerPsychoma) December 14, 2017