Barack Obama was the worst President in American history.

He spent eight years trying to tear down the United States.

But he did one horrible thing and ended up paying the price.

In 2015, Obama imposed net neutrality.

This innocent sounding scheme was really a massive power grab that allowed Obama and other big government liberals to take over the internet.

Big tech companies like Google and Facebook backed Obama’s internet takeover because it was a Soviet style framework that treated all content providers and data the same.

But for Americans who wanted a free and open internet – like what existed pre-2015 – this was a regulatory nightmare.

Fortunately Donald Trump wiped this mistake away.

After he took over, he was able to appoint the majority of FCC commissioners.

His chairman Ajit Pai – led the fight for internet freedom and the FCC voted 3-2 to rollback Obama’s net neutrality.

A key portion of this decision is that it doesn’t allow internet service providers to slow down sites because they can’t charge enough or due to content.

The Federal Trade Commission can already investigate unfair practices.

This decision rolls back a burdensome big government mandate.

Breitbart reports:

“The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) passed the FCC’s “Restoring Internet Freedom Order” on Thursday, which will repeal the agency’s 2015 net neutrality regulation.

Chairman Pai told Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Monday, “I think what net neutrality repealed would actually mean is we once again have a free and open Internet. The government would not be regulating how anyone in the Internet service providers, how anyone else in the internet economy manages their networks.”

The FCC’s Restoring Internet Freedom order will reclassify the Internet as an “information service” compared to the FCC’s 2015 net neutrality order, which regulated the Internet as a public monopoly. The order will also require Internet service providers (ISPs) such as Comcast or Verizon to release transparency reports detailing their practices towards consumers and businesses.

The FCC’s net neutrality repeal order will also restore the Federal Trade Commission’s (FTC) traditional authority and expertise to regulate and litigate unfair, deceptive, and anti-competitive telecommunications practices without onerous regulations and increased cost.

On Monday the FCC and the FTC agreed to share the responsibility to police unfair ISP practices regarding unfair or deceptive practices to block, throttle, or promote web content.”

Liberals are throwing a hissy fit and Hollywood celebrities are posting their rage on social media.

Do you agree with Trump’s decision to rollback Obama’s internet takeover?

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