It all started with Michael C. Moynihan, fittingly enough. The former Reasoner and current Vice News correspondent (and Fifth Columnist!) went to the office of Federal Communications Commission Chair Ajit Pai this week to talk about the fallout over last month’s highly controversial announcement that the FCC would soon be voting on whether to rescind its 2015 Title II “net neutrality” regulations. Try to ignore the Judge Judy atrocities at the opening, and focus in on the pyramid on the wall beginning at about 0:46:
That’s right, libertarians’ very favorite government official is on the wall of one of their least favorite federal agencies; no big surprise, given Pai’s ideological inclinations.
But one viewer who didn’t enjoy the sight was Nick Offerman, who yesterday fired off a tweet saying:
Dear @AjitPaiFCC , I noticed your Pyramid of Greatness and thought it felt strange in your office, givenThis post was originally published on this site