“Ajit Pai’s conscience” chatbot will guide you step by step through taking action to pass the CRA to save net neutrality

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Text AjitPai to 384–387 and “Ajit Pai’s conscience” will walk you through taking action.

Verizon-lawyer-turned-FCC-chairman Ajit Pai doesn’t seem to have a conscience. He 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.

But now, in the lead up to Operation: #OneMoreVote, the next massive Internet-wide day of action to block the FCC’s repeal of net neutrality, “Ajit Pai’s conscience” has appeared on the Internet as a helpful chatbot that will guide you step by step through the most effective ways you can take action.

Text AjitPai to 384–387 to try it out :-)

(Message and data rates apply. Text STOP to to stop receiving messages.)

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Pai’s guilt ridden (and possibly nonexistent) conscience will help you send a letter to your Senators and Representatives asking them to support the Congressional Review Act (CRA) resolution to overturn the FCC’s unpopular December 14 vote. Then it will help you call your lawmakers and sign up to participate in the #OneMoreVote protest on February 27.

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Once Ajit Pai enters the new FCC rules in the Federal Register, Congress will have a limited number of days to use the CRA to overrule them. Share this post with your friends or tell them to text AjitPai to 384–387 to take action now! (Message and data rates apply. Text STOP to to stop receiving messages.)

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