Do you remember Keith Olbermann? He made a name for himself on MSNBC in the early 2000s by appearing almost every night on the air and calling George W. Bush a fascist.
Now he’s down to podcasting. People like him will not go away no matter how far they fall.
Keith must be really worried about Tucker Carlson getting his hands on the J6 piece, because he’s now calling for Fox News to be shut down for national security reasons.
First off, congratulations on finding a website that hosts Keith Olbermann’s podcast “Countdown.” Selfies shouting from their balconies are getting a bit repetitive, so it’s good that they’ve found an outlet.
As reported by Twitchy, Rep. Kevin McCarthy has given more than 40,000 hours of January 6 footage to Tucker Carlson and his staff. Both Adam Schiff and CNN analyst Adam Kinzinger are upset. Plenty reminded Kinzinger that Congress had the footage all along and that his select committee had chosen to work with former ABC producers to edit together a “highlight reel” for the public.
Olbermann isn’t angry that Carlson had the video; He thinks Fox News should be shut down as a national security risk because the footage is used to “provide a road map” for future insurgents to evade detection.
See below, it’s very funny.
“It is time to de-platform and shut down FoxNews as a threat to national security.
Countdown to Tuesday: https://t.co/7RV6lkP3mL pic.twitter.com/fo1SkAdfdy
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) February 21, 2023
Some were not impressed.
Keith’s fascist recommendation of the day.
— Nicholas Tutora (@Tutora2020) February 21, 2023
Someone is jealous. And a little “off” too.
— Giant Hack (@highered_noc) February 22, 2023
Guys, just a few days ago you made the argument that blue states should starve red states.
You are what you are. Delete your account.
— schotts (@schotts) February 21, 2023
Sir, with all due respect (which is none), I think you have mental issues.
— Alex Bruesewitz 🇺🇸 (@alexbruesewitz) February 21, 2023
It sounds like Keith really needs help. He is as unhinged as ever, though he has a much smaller audience.