FCC chairman, His Wife and Kids are Being Stalked 

The Chairman of the FCC, Ajit Pai and his family are being stalked and harassed by people who disagree with policies of the FCC. Since when is a man’s family a legitimate target of alt-lefters who disagree with how the FCC is being run? I guess if you do not have a logical argument and cannot set the agenda you want, then personal attacks are perfectly okay. That’s the way the left is operating under their Trump Derangement Syndrome.

As Written By Jon Street for The Blaze:

Liberal protesters won’t stop harassing President Donald Trump’s Federal Communications Commission chairman, Ajit Pai, over his efforts to reverse net neutrality rules, which were approved during former President Barack Obama’s administration.

According to the Wall Street Journal, activists with the liberal group Popular Resistance have begun showing up outside Pai’s home in Arlington, Virginia. But they’re not just standing in the street to let Pai know of their displeasure with the Trump administration’s policies.

Protesters are going up to the windows of Pai’s home, where he lives with his wife and two children, and taking photos of the home’s interior.

“They were there yesterday. I understand they’ll be there today. They’ll be there tomorrow and the day after,” Pai told the Wall Street Journal.

“It’s a hassle, especially for my wife and my two young children,” the FCC chairman said.

Pai added that some of the protesters “come up to our front windows and take photographs of the inside of the house. My kids are 5 and 3.”

“It’s not pleasant,” Pai acknowledged.

In the FCC chairman’s Arlington neighborhood, protesters have distributed flyers asking residents if they have seen Pai. The papers give……..

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Liberals keep creepily stalking Trump’s FCC chairman — and his kids — at home – TheBlaze

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