Jimmy Kimmel slams ‘jackhole’ at the FCC who ended net neutrality

First, Jimmy Kimmel slammed the government over not funding children’s healthcare. Now, like many Americans, he’s angry about the death of net neutrality

“The FCC did something absolutely despicable today,” he said Thursday on Jimmy Kimmel Live! “They voted to put an end to net neutrality.”

“Internet service providers will be allowed to slow down or block web traffic to any website or streaming service they like,” he explained, “which benefits the big telecom companies, and does the opposite for all of us.”

He then urged lawmakers to pass legislation restoring net neutrality — which might not be in the cards considering ISPs donated $101 million to sitting members of Congress, according to The Verge. 

“I just want to say, thank you, President Trump. Thanks to you and this jackhole you appointed to run the FCC, big corporations are about to take full control of the internet. So Merry Christmas, everybody.”

That “jackhole,” of course, is Ajit Pai, who was named FCC chairman by Donald Trump, no matter what Donny Jr. believes. (Former President Barack Obama appointed Pai as one of several commissioners, not chairman, of the FCC in 2012.)

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