The verdict: people grow furious when something they're used to consuming for a low price suddenly inflates. In one clip, a cashier explains to a perplexed customer that Burger King "can sell more and make more money selling chicken sandwiches and chicken fries, so now they’re slowing down the access to the Whopper.” (Hah!) In another, the store manager holds a Whopper outside of a bag, counting down the literal seconds until the burger's wait time is up.
It's truly the most dystopian Burger King ever.
Afterward, all the unwitting victims, who Burger King claims were "actual guests," had their minds changed about net neutrality.
According to various surveys, a majority of Americans favor the overhauled internet protections, and Senate Democrats are trying to their best to repeal the much-maligned measure. So far, they're only one Republican colleague away from receiving the 51-vote majority needed to do so.