Remember the FCC Privacy law that Trump signed?

Submitted by: normalfreak2 1 week ago News & Politics

The two lawmakers -- Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., and Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn. -- most responsible for rolling back Obama's landmark internet browsing privacy protections were rewarded by telecommunication giants that the law effected most.

And here's a list of what Comcast paid your Rep to sign this into law. It's amazing how little money it takes to buy a politician's soul.

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Male 343
America has the best politicians money can buy. I think it's great people think I'm a better person than ANY politician...I don't, but the people do.
Of course, the people elected Trump...so there's that....

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Male 2,085
Really, Tennesseans, how can you be keeping Marsha Blackburn in office? Are you that easily duped? Virtually everything that comes out of her ever-smiling mouth is either a misrepresentation or an outright lie.
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Male 6,416
Love how the Trumpsters decry Government but when it's good ole fashion Corporations writing law they are all for it.  
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Male 1,869
normalfreak2 at least we were paying attention...too bad it got fucked over anyway...
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Male 267
kalron27 hahaha, and what good did that do?
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Male 6,416
thething911 Can't argue that, Elections have consequences.
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Male 267
normalfreak2 Do they? I think that was Comcasts entire point. Doesn't matter who you elect, we're gonna have our way.
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Male 6,416
thething911 Would Hillary have passed it with the current Congress?  Hard to say.  
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