Right-wing talker Glenn Beck took to his Fox News TV program last Monday night to deliver a rant about how President Obama has compiled something “almost like an enemies list” and how Obama is into “silencing opponents.” The president’s tool of choice for this censorship? Network neutrality—the principle that ISPs cannot interfere with content.
Back in April, Beck railed against net neutrality, saying that “it’s about eliminating traditional, constitutional points of view from the public arena. But that’s not the way it’s being billed. It is about stopping debate. But nobody will tell you that. It’s about ending free speech. It is about Marxism.”