So, I've got good news and bad news.
Good news: The Congressional Review Act passed the Senate. That's one victory on our belt. Now we move on to House of Reps.
Bad news: As it is, chances of us making it through that [as they are right this very minute don't throw in the towel yet
] are lower since it's Republican-dominated right now. And apparently the repeal is pretty popular among quite a few of them at the moment.
Tomorrow, my state of Arkansas is having primary voting coming up tomorrow.
And some more voting on November 22.
Meaning if we vote for certain guys
yeah yeah fine let's just say Democrat though I'd get to know them first
, we might have a better chance of being able to take it through the House.
And yeah, there would still be Trump to push through. But I think if we had enough people supporting it, even he might not be able to ignore that.
Almost forgot. Here's some handy-dandy lists of people you might wanna vote OUT if we keep Net Neutrality.gizmodo.com/heres-the-name-of-…partyofmonsters.tumblr.com/pos…
Edit: And guys. Let's not do like we did with Bernie in 2016. If we really wanna make a difference, we gotta vote, y'all. If there's a candidate you like, don't count on other people's votes. Don't sleep on 'em. Alright? Alright.