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Free Beacon, the organizers, connected to DisruptJ20 and Code Pink, said they are "taking the fight to Pai's front door," leaving leaflets on the doors in Pai's neighborhood last weekend to protest changes to the Obama administration net neutrality policy.
On Sunday, the activists will again target Pai's neighborhood, this time with a "vigil to save the Internet."
"Join us this Sunday for a #SaveTheInternet #NetNeutrality vigil outside of FCC Chairman Ajit Pai's house," a Facebook event organized by "Protect Our Internet" reads.
"THIS IS A COMPLETELY LEGAL ACTION. PROTECTED BY THE FIRST AMENDMENT," the invitation notes.
The organizers, who are connected to PopularResistance.org, which features several members of the antifascist (antifa) campaign, said the vigil would be a family friendly event and "perfect" to celebrate Mother's Day outside of Pai's door.
"This is a perfect Sunday Mother's Day action to expose #PaiLies and continue the fight for an open, accessible internet," it said.
Members of the alt-left were behind the first leaflet campaign at Pai's doorstep. "Have you seen this man?" the leaflets read, with a photo of Pai.
The campaign is an attempt to intimidate and embarrass Pai for his plans to reverse the Obama administration's net neutrality rules, which gave the government more regulatory power over internet service providers.
Kevin Zeese is a PopularResistance.org contributor, who several years ago organized a blockade of former FCC chairman Tom Wheeler's house to demand net neutrality rules, which the Obama administration later adopted.
PopularResistance.org is a network of leftist activists in the D.C. area who have been involved in violent protests with the antifa, DisruptJ20, and Code Pink.