Watch: SheJack Says "Free" Internet Access is a Constitutional Right

How did this moron ever get elected?

Rep Sheila Jackson Lee posted a video to Twitter earlier this week that claims net neutrality is a First Amendment right. She goes on to say the Internet must be "Free" to everyone.

Based on the context of the video, it's pretty obvious Sheila Jackson Lee doesn't know what net neutrality means. She also cna't pronounce "kindergarten" which is pretty embarrassing.

In it's simplest terms, net neutrality was a regulation that required Internet service providers to enable access to all content and applications regardless of the source, and without favoring or blocking particular products or websites.

There is currently no issue in America with ISPs limited access to web content. Zero.  None. Zilch. This is an imaginary problem. 

That being said, there's nothing in the Constitution about net neutrality. Net neutrality isn't a First Amendment right. It's not any kind of right. It's just a vague idea that solves a problem which doesn't exist. 

Also, how does a fully-grown woman with a seat in Congress not know how to pronounce kindergarten (see video below)?

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