New "Tonight" show host Jimmy Fallon is a "complete tool” for President Barack Obama and the Democrats, says Tim Graham, director of media analysis for the Media Research Center.
Fallon took over from former "Tonight" host Jay Leno, and former "Saturday Night Live" star Seth Meyers has now replaced Fallon as the "Late Night" host. Fallon's and Meyers' political leanings have been evident right from the start, Graham said on "The Steve Malzberg Show” on Newsmax TV.
Noting that Fallon is a big gain for Democrats, Graham said, "He’s a funny guy, people love him, but he is a complete tool for the Obamas. Obama can invite himself onto the Jimmy Fallon show and, of course, the Seth Meyers show starts tonight. One of his first guests, Joe Biden. Jimmy Fallon gets Michelle Obama, but Seth Meyers can only get Joe Biden,” Graham said Monday.
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He also blasted the media for its attacks on Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott for taking outspoken conservative rocker Ted Nugent on the campaign trial with him in the gubernatorial race against Democratic state Sen. Wendy Davis.
"The media bias point here is that Bill Maher can give $1 million to Barack Obama and there was no outraged article in the New York Times about that. When will Barack Obama distance himself from these comments?
"When will he distance himself from this major donor? When will he in fact send the $1 million back? There was nothing of the kind, but there was a very outraged story in the New York Times about how Greg Abbott mysteriously is not backing away from Ted Nugent."
Graham said he would never use the term "subhuman mongrel," which Nugent used to describe Obama in a Guns.com
interview last month. "That is not a good word,” he said, but pointed out that there was an overreaction to Nugent’s remarks.
"Everyone who is conservative, everyone who reveres the Constitution, is clearly stupid as rocks, and that's sort of their approach to it, and so, yeah, they have such a hypersensitivity to anyone who criticizes Obama.”
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