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NBC’s Hurricane Sandy Benefit Concert Is Really For Obama, Says ‘Fox And Friends’

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NBC will broadcast a concert tonight featuring Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi and Christina Aguilera in order to benefit the victims of Hurricane Sandy. Well, that’s what they want you to believe. According to the folks at Fox And Friends the concert is actually being held to benefit the president.

Here’s the case laid out by Steve Doocy and Eric Bolling.

  1. The concert comes just a few days before the election. The reasoning here seems to be that Obama created a massive storm in order to win more votes. Why can’t hurricane victims wait a week in order to get help?
  2. Bruce Springsteen, Jon Bon Jovi and Billy Joel are all Obama supporters. The reasoning here seems to be that a person who supports Obama is not allowed to care about people in need.

Why does Bruce Springsteen all of a sudden care about the Jersey Shore?

Is it because he grew up in Jersey? Because most of his songs are about the hard-working people who live in New Jersey? Is it because he said today that that “we’re a band that cannot be separated from the Jersey shore?”

Or is it because he’s an Obama supporter and he wants to make sure that the storm gets extra media attention?

Here’s the video of the discussion from Fox and Friends.

Do you think NBC’s Hurricane Sandy benefit concert is a political event?

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4 Responses to “NBC’s Hurricane Sandy Benefit Concert Is Really For Obama, Says ‘Fox And Friends’”

  1. Suzanne Rutherford Burdette

    Did you ever think that Democrats were the only ones with enough heart to attend?

  2. Lisa Johnson

    Are they crazy? For obama? Bruce is from jersey bon jovi is from jersey even billy joel owned a house in belmar. Their all doing it because they care about the city's and towns they were once living. Bruce of all people still comes home. How do i know? Because I'm from freehold borough His original HOME TOWN!

  3. Jorge Johnson

    They might have waited a week. That might have given publicity to build. They might have even gotten Chris Christie, Obama and others to videotape messages in support of the Red Cross in general.

    I don't think this is political, but there's no need to give anyone any reason to feel that it is.