Where Are They Now?

Ladies and Germs, give it up for props comic Ajit Pai!

Against all odds Ajit Pai –the Verizon employee of the month and former FCC Commissioner, who single-handedly destroyed Net Neutrality during the 4th Reich– has found a new gig in the Wingnut Welfare universe, and we are not making this up:

Press Release: Former FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai joins the American Enterprise Institute

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Washington, DC (April 30, 2021) Ryan Streeter, the director of Domestic Policy Studies at the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), announced today that Ajit Pai, who served as chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) from January 2017 to January 2021, is joining AEI as a visiting fellow.

Visiting what, you ask?

At AEI, Mr. Pai will work on issues pertaining to technology and innovation, telecommunications regulation, and market-based incentives for investment in broadband deployment.

You know, all the stuff he killed-off while in the employ of Lord Damp Nut. Should be an easy gig: “Just don’t do any of the evil merde I did,” he did not giggle. “No, really!”

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3 Responses to Where Are They Now?

  1. Wesley Sandel says:

    Another extremist, anti-American, anti-democracy right-wing-nut-job with a sinecure at yet another extremist, anti-American, anti-democracy, Cockbros-funded right-wing-stink-tank.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. roket says:

    It’s impossible to throw a rock and not hit an intellectual conservative. It’s like they grow on trees.



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