Laura Ingraham hosted Ajit Pai on net neutrality.
Pai explained that the five commissioners voted on net neutrality rules which means the government interferes in the Internet's functioning with service providers and content that would mean people wouldn't take risks that made the Internet so powerful. He said some providers don't want the FCC to go down this path and others do. There is a four month period of comment and review which Ingraham feels won't matter. One proposal is to allow pay prioritization with paying more for faster Internet traffic. Some want this and some want the Internet to be the same rate for everyone.
Rai said the American consumer pays for investment in broadband.
Rai said Internet governance shouldn't have policies that would allow repressive regimes to have a big voice on the Internet. Ingraham suggested these would be great data points for conservatives to renew America's exceptionalism.