FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai went on with Neil Cavuto on Thursday to discuss Stephen Colbert’s nasty, vulgar attacks on President Trump earlier this week.
Ajit Pai told Neil the FCC will investigate Colbert’s comments if they receive complaints.
He admitted that he had not yet seen the vulgar comments.
On Monday, Colbert, host of CBS’ “The Late Show,” used his opening monologue to take aim at Trump, implying the commander in chief had engaged in fellatio with Putin.
On Wednesday Pai said if the comments were deemed obscene there would be consequences.
On Thursday Pai told Neil that the FCC will investigate if they receive complaints.
The website FireColbert.com has posted several ways you can take action against Colbert:
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FILE AN FCC OBSCENITY COMPLAINT!
In accordance with FCC guidelines, “Because obscenity is not protected by the First Amendment, it is prohibited on cable, satellite, broadcast TV and radio.”
File an FCC complaint against Steven Colbert with this LINK to the FCC complaint form. Make sure you mention that you heard the obscene content from the May 1st and May 2nd, 2017 broadcasts of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on your local CBS affiliate station.
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This is a viral movement to Fire Stephen Colbert from television and boycott all of his sponsors and guests. His obscene comments about President Trump are inexcusable.
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