NBC wants Dibs on Political Correctness in Comedy on the SNL Show

“FAIR USE”

by Cody Robert Judy, ©2016

crj-hillary-birther-snl(Dec. 20, 2016) — There is a great illustration here on a subject that is certainly affecting our communities and particularly our education fields when it comes to political correctness colliding with copyright and the ability to interject “fair use” into an already biased media. While they love to quote and back quote and run quotes on political news, nearly controlling or employing a monopoly of communication upon the people, they get really angry when it’s done to them or in other words when their words are framed exposing a different angle.

You might not think comedy is used as a tool to ‘frame’ politically-sensitive subjects, but it is a primary tool that has been used and employed by the Left. The [Birther Movement] or label or subject, which in fact does account for political and legal definition officially represented in our U.S. Constitution in the term exclusively used for the Office of the President and Vice President that controls a whole branch of our check and balance three-legged-stool- style Republic in the Executive Branch has in fact been cruelly been castigated with comedy.

Indeed, we have heard so much rancor regarding “Alt-Media,””Censorship,” “Restriction,” “Fake News” lately from big political players like Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, we stand very much on a teeter-totter or precipice of the extinction of Free Press, Free Speech, Free Religion, and Freedom to Assemble, all principle parts to our First Amendment Rights as Americans.
To wit, I decided to conduct a little experiment to demonstrate this in, shall we say, or what I hoped would be, the very least offensive way that I might, also employing “comedy” as the tool, but on a politically-relevant and legal definition of [natural born Citizen] as far as education, criticism, reporting, and teaching, all principles known for [Fair Use].
As an official Plaintiff/litigant in the United States Supreme Court as a Presidential Candidate in Judy v. Obama 12-5276 & 14-9396 & Judy v. McCain representing both unqualified candidates from Democrats and Republicans, I am none too happy when I see a national jury pool spoiled with false presentations to the public that can affect my case. It is therefore Fair Use in my book to inform, educate, and correct when I can in the same manner.
The Experiment consist of a Saturday Night Live skit involving what NBC’s Saturday Night Live called “Hillary Actually” that you can view here:
Comedy becomes comedy when you take what are kernels of truth or what could be very believable and make them or assume them into a reality. The subjects of comedy often are scaled in the realities of politics because generally it is a familiar subject to many people. Who doesn’t know Obama lives in the White House? So if you take a political script and make it a different political script in a commentary of education through comedy on comedy that has indulged on a political platform, why would there be any objection?
In the real Saturday Night Live Skit, “Hillary Actually,” Hillary Clinton appears at the door and runs the Electoral College Vote into the ground with bribery, which would be considered an assault upon the U.S. Constitution and is also represented as illegal with a $1,000 fine (something she’s willing to cover for the offender), if an Electoral College Voter departs from the vote of his/her State.
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