Out of the many outrageous radio personalities that we’ve had over the years, none are as controversial as Howard Stern. His meteoric rise to stardom is outstanding. He has a variety of guests on his program that spans the political spectrum. Love him or hate him, he gets the job done.
Well, USED to get the job done. Earlier this week, Stern said that “Trump hates his supporters, and I hate you, too” on his radio show.
Stern described Trump and his supporters as “stupid, smelly, and definitely inbred.” Since this clearly violates the 32nd Amendment, the FCC had no choice but to revoke Stern’s license to broadcast.
Talk show hosts have been issued warnings before, but this was definitely the most drastic step we’ve seen taken in recent years. We reached out to FCC chair dog Maddie Jackson, who issued this statement:
“Mr. Stern’s comments were foul, ludicrous, hurtful, shameful, disgraceful, and disgusting. This type of hate speech towards our fearless orange leader shall not stand. We hope that Mr. Stern can find much success on another platform, like *stifles laughing* podcasting. For us at the FCC, we consider this last offense the ultimate bamboozle.”
We tried to reach Mr. Stern for a comment, but he was too busy laughing maniacally on a mountain of money. Who knows what’s next for Howard Sterns, but it certainly won’t be besmirching President Trump on the airwaves anymore.
Since Stern is going to leave a gigantic hole in Sirius’ programming schedule, the company has nabbed lifelong Trump supporter Sam Elliott to fill those shoes. Elliott could be heard screaming “I’M A GOD DANG LIBERAL! FOR THE LAST TIME! SOMEONE SAVE MY MUSTACHE!” from his palatial estate in rural Oregon. Poor Sam Elliott.