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Stephen Colbert being investigated by the FCC for obscene anti-Trump joke

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Late night host and comedian Stephen Colbert’s controversial and epithet-laden tirade against President Trump began a public furor that has now led to an investigation by the Federal Communications Commission. FCC Chairman Ajit Pai told Talk Radio 1210 WPHT about the investigation Thursday.

“We are going to take the facts that we find and we are going to apply the law as it’s been set out by the Supreme Court and other courts and we’ll take the appropriate action,” Pai said.

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  • tom

    Very simple folks, Boycott Colbert show and ALSO let his advertisers know you are also boycotting them, take away the revenues and everything stops………money controls everything, when the $ dries up, Colbert goes away

    Colbert’s Ugly Anti-American Unhinged Outburst Call or Email the following Sponsors

    @ProcterGamble 800-742-6253

    @Ford 800-392-3673

    @Pfizer 800-879-3477

    @Bayer 800-800-4793

    Colbert Show 212-975-3700


    Taltz-Lilly Ford

    Acura Snapple

    Direct TV Neutrogena

    JCPenney Macy’s

    Lactaid-Mcneil Discover Card

    Chevrolet Kia

    Apple Purina

    Trintellix-Takeda Aveno-Johnson and Johnson

    Band Aid Blue Wilderness

    Chanel Chevron

    Crest Dairy Queen

    Denny’s Geico

    Head and Shoulders Heineken

    Hyundai IHop

    1. Bank of America

    2. NET10

    3. Ford

    4. Volvo

    5. University of Phoenix

    also google “Colbert Show advertisers” for more

    #FireColbert at twitter

    #FireColbert @CBS

    Write letters and email, twitter, f*c*b**k, and any other social media

    Also, some more on Colbert:

    when you see some of the pics with him and his “close friend” Podesta, you have to wonder why he defended pedo’s and #Pizzagate in one opening monologue last year

    He is a close friend of Anthony “I like to show my weiner” Weiner…

  • econpro

    Does anybody know what the typical fine is for this type of FCC violation? I hope he gets fined $5M for this.