Internet definitely, totally destroyed by lack of Net Neutrality legislation

The Internet was totally, completely destroyed earlier today when the lack of Net Neutrality legislation caused the entire network to cease to exist.

A quick visit to proved that, as expected, nobody was using the Internet.

A representative from the EFF quickly replied to our E-Mail, asking for comment, with the following statement:

“This catastrophic event could have been avoided had the FCC listened to our concerns and enacted strong Net Neutrality rules.”  The EFF E-Mail continued, “In fact, we can’t even find the Internet.  It’s like, totally gone.”

Angry Internet users took to Twitter and Facebook, by the millions, declaring their anger at the total lack of Internet.

“What the heck is this?!” exclaimed one Twitter user.  “I paused the latest episode of The Mandalorian, glanced down at my iPhone, and saw the news.  The Internet is gone?!  CRUSHED!”

Popular YouTuber, Linus Tech Tips, broke records as his video entitled, “Hey, why did you guys get rid of Net Neutrality and totally obliterate the Internet?!” was viewed over 500 Million times in less than 4 hours.

Bryan Lunduke

Former Deputy Editor for Linux Journal magazine. Former Technology Journalist for Network World. Former VP of Technology. Former Linux Marketing Director. Former Dishwasher.