Steve Malzberg from Newsmax TV and the FCC Commissioner Ajit teamed up on Wednesday to discuss Stephen Colbert’s nasty and discourteous attacks on President Trump earlier this week.
The FCC Commissioner told Steve that if Colbert’s comments were found to be obscene, there would be consequences for his actions.
However, FCC Commissioner Ajit Pai told Newsmax TV on Wednesday that Stephen Colbert’s vulgar joke about President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin engaging in a sex act is likely protected by the First Amendment.
Pai was appointed by President Donald Trump as the FCC Commissioner back in January. Speaking in an interview with Newsmax’s Steve Malzberg on “America Talks Live, Pai said that people are willing and able to say just about anything these days.
The host of CBS ‘’The Late Show,’’ Colbert made remarks on Tuesday during his opening monologue to take aim at Trump, the vulgar statements implied that the commander in chief had engaged in fellatio with Putin.
Colbert said that President Trump talks like a sign language gorilla that got hit in the head, adding that in fact, the only thing his mouth is good for is being Vladimir Putin’s cock holster.
The FCC Commissioner said that unless the veteran comic’s blows that were aired on FCC-regulated broadcast television, were deemed to be obscene, there would be no consequences for his remarks.