Obama’s Fallon appearance may have violated campaign law

Last night, President Obama appeared on Jimmy Fallon’s unwatchable show to “slow-jam the news.” By this, Fallon meant that Obama would read a campaign speech about student loans, Fallon would utter a few lines to back him up every so often, and his lead band singer would warble in support of Obama’s propaganda.

Only one problem, aside from the fact that this was possibly the worst “comedy” segment in the history of mankind: it violated campaign finance law.

The equal time rule states that if a licensee permits a person “who is a legally qualified candidate for any public office to use a broadcasting station, he shall afford equal opportunities to all other such candidates for that office in the use of such broadcasting station.”


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One Response to Obama’s Fallon appearance may have violated campaign law

  1. Disgusted says:

    Now we won’t have to worry about his next job. Either a singer or comedian, he can do both! But we sure don’t need a comedian in the W.H.
    Even if he did break a law, nothing will happen to him. I think there’s 3 sets of laws in this nation now. One for the ‘special elite’, one for the people and one for the Muslims.
    I want the original America back.

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