Mignon Clyburn, a Democratic commissioner for a Federal Communications Commission (FCC), took a poke during Republican Chairman Ajit Pai for repealing net neutrality by celebration out of a Burger King mop on Tuesday.
Clyburn tweeted a print of herself with a mop after a meeting.
“Had a longing for @BurgerKing during today’s @FCC Open Meeting,” Clyburn wrote, regulating a hashtag #NetNeutrality.
— Mignon Clyburn (@MClyburnFCC) January 30, 2018
Burger King progressing this month expelled a pro-net neutrality video regulating a cost of a Whopper burger to explain a intensity implications of repealing a Obama-era rules.
The FCC voted final month to dissolution net neutrality rules, that forestall internet use providers from prioritizing some online content.
Clyburn and a other Democrat on a commission, Jessica Rosenworcel, voted opposite a repeal.
Pai and Republicans pushed for repealing net neutrality, arguing a regulations were an overreach and deterred investment in broadband.
But consumer advocates and Democrats contend a manners are indispensable to emanate a turn personification margin on a internet.
At slightest 22 state attorneys general are suing a FCC over a repeal, and some states have changed to exercise their possess net neutrality rules.