Pai campaigned to repeal the Obama-era policy on net neutrality, which prevents internet service providers from controlling the speed at which some websites load.

Repealing net neutrality — which the FCC voted to do on Thursday — is widely seen as good for corporations and bad for consumers, who could be asked to pay for higher internet speeds. Abolishing net neutrality also allows service providers to block access to certain websites, for example torrenting sites that allow users to download content illegally.

To promote his plan, Pai filmed a video with the Daily Caller that many have called cringeworthy. In it, he says users will still be able to upload selfies to Instagram and run memes into the ground. He also does the Harlem Shake with some of the Daily Caller’s staff. (Baauer, who recorded the song, seems interested in net neutrality. He didn’t return a request for comment, but later tweeted, “I’m taking action. Whatever I can do to stop this loser.”)

The accompanying article was written by Benny Johnson, who was previously fired from BuzzFeed for plagiarism.

Markota’s video focused on the term “cheese pizza,” which is one of the “code words” conspiracists point to when justifying the conspiracy theory.

“My family didn’t know what Pizzagate was, but a lot of our viewers do and are well-informed on the subject,” Markota says in the video. She then talks about knowing what the term “cheese pizza” meant “independently of the campaign.” There are also humorous shots of Markota eating some cheese pizza.

The video itself was produced by the Proud Boys, a right-wing group headed…