It didn’t go well.
Critics warn the repeal could lead to ISPs charging extra for access to certain websites or even block them completely.
Cruz had an imaginary argument in which the concerns of a “snowflake” are shut down by an “informed observer” such as himself:
Snowflake, believing online propaganda: "OMG w/o net neutrality, the Internet is gone!" Informed observer: "You know, the FCC issued that rule in 2015. The Internet grew up wonderfully free from govt regulation & this restores the status quo ante." Snowflake: "Uh, never mind..."
— Ted Cruz (@tedcruz) December 15, 2017
Journalist and historian Eoin Higgins fired back with a tweet that used just 10 words and a photo illustrating the kinds of traffic that could be slowed or stopped by ISPs:
Ted, let me put the issue as succinctly as possible. pic.twitter.com/QXsr2qWSAp
— Eoin Jinglins ]]>🦌