Analyzing 20 Million FCC Net Neutrality Comments

The vast majority of comments came from a form or bot submission. A organic comment here is one that is repeated less than 100 times in the corpus
Almost all of the comments submitted were comments who’s text were duplicated thousands, to millions of times.
Rapacious Silicon Valley monopolies like Amazon, Twitter and Netflix are now openly partnering with neo-Marxists like Free Press and Fight for the Future to launch phony astroturf campaigns to prevent the rollback of President Obama's 2015 internet takeover. What frightens Americans isn't the rollback of already outdated rules aimed at Silicon Valley's competitors, but rather the complete takeover of the internet by this same handful of leftist companies and their radical leftist allies. These companies are not only censoring our viewpoints, blocking users and competitors online, prioritizing their own services, and destroying our online privacy, they are now even using their unrivaled corporate influence and greed to destroy our news media and free expression. It's time to rollback Obama's disastrous rules designed only to give Silicon Valley free reign over our internet and bolster their monopoly gatekeeper status. If any business sector in America today needs rules, it's Silicon Valley's gluttonous monopolies that are destroying our internet. Please rollback Obama's government takeover of the internet before our free and open internet becomes Amazon, Facebook and Google's private property.Also we are sick and tired of all the CONTROL FREAK elite loons that want to to dominate the people of the UNITED STATES, and for the record, know that the masses WILL NOT TOLERATE this treason against us. Be smart, and go with the people you are supposed to be serving, WE THE PEOPLE.
Density of pro-repeal (orange) and anti-repeal (blue) comments by zip code

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