Trump’s FCC Chairman Went After Alyssa Milano Over Her Net Neutrality Comments And She Totally SCHOOLED Him!

So, it turns out Alyssa Milano is the boss…

The Charmed star has been a crusader for Net Neutrality, an extremely important issue the FCC is voting on in just a matter of days.

At its simplest, net neutrality keeps the Internet as it is, with all websites given equal speed, allowing people to access what they want, when they want.

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Ajit Pai, whom Donald Trump made the chairman of the FCC, has been Net Neutrality’s most vocal opponent. Essentially, he wants Internet Service Providers (and the corporations that own them) to have the power to create different speed channels — meaning some websites will go faster, others will start to CRAWL like it’s 1994 dial-up.

Trump obviously loves this because it’s good for corporations AND he gets to undo something Barack Obama did.

Because Pai apparently doesn’t want to answer direct arguments for keeping Net Neutrality, he’s instead making attacks on his opponents because they’re celebs — instead of convincing the American people.

Well, when he tried it on Alyssa, it did NOT go well for him! She tweeted in response to his insult:

For those who didn’t see it and don’t wish to look at his mug any more than they have to, he said:

“I’m threatening our democracy? Really? If this were ‘Who’s the Boss?’ this would be an opportunity for Tony Danza to dish out some wisdom about the consequences of making things up.”

Alyssa was ready to hit him back not with jokes but with facts, something he didn’t bring to the fight:

Look into Net Neutrality for yourselves — and if you agree with Alyssa call the FCC at 202-418-1000 and let them know!

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