Teen tyrant David Hogg floats conspiracy theory about ISPs working with politicians to suppress vote

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On Tuesday, David Hogg, the foul-mouthed anti-gun teen demagogue dubbed the “king of the snowflakes” on Twitter, demonstrated that he knows less about net neutrality than guns when he tweeted a conspiracy theory suggesting that ISPs will work with politicians to suppress the vote.

“Just wait till ISPs start collaborating with the politicians to slow down vote registration websites to suppress peoples right to vote. The survival of is up to you this November,” he said.

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Naturally, his acolytes agreed, treating him like some kind of preacher:

Preach it?  What is this, a church service?

Apparently so…

Actually, no, Hogg does not “understand the seriousness” of net neutrality.

That’s okay, because, apparently, neither do the other members of the First Church of Hogg.

Probably not.

One supporter noted:

Actually, Oregon does, and so does Nevada and Washingon.  Or to be more precise, they take voter registration applications online, but the user must still provide identification.

Thirty-five other states also allow for online registration, as noted here.

But it’s beyond silly to suggest that ISPs will collude with politicians to purposefully slow down sites to suppress the vote.

We tend to agree.

No, he really doesn’t.  But that really doesn’t surprise us.


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