FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 14, 2020
CONTACT: RYAN HITE, COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR
President Trump is keeping his promises; fake news won’t cover it.
Washington, D.C.: So-called “net neutrality” is far from neutral. In reality, it is a scheme to let Big Tech give themselves financial advantage at the expense of consumers and smaller businesses. Donald Trump called net neutrality what it was — a “top down power grab” and he promised to get rid of it.
“President Trump stopped this scheme in its tracks when on June 11, 2018 his Federal Communications Commission issued a full repeal of net neutrality rules,” said Ed Martin, president of Phyllis Schlafly Eagles. “In its place, the FCC instituted the Restoring Internet Freedom Order to police true anticompetitive acts and unfair practices. Big Tech only wants neutrality when it benefits them, not conservative viewpoints on their platforms. President Trump promised to roll back this phony policy and he did so quickly, preventing Big Tech from getting financial breaks at our expense. Promise made, promise kept.”
President Donald Trump made many significant promises to the American people. During the first three and a half years of his administration he has delivered. The radical left hates this agenda and the Fake News won’t cover it, but voters need to be educated before they go to the polls in November.