Keith Olbermann, the Worst Person in the World, who claims to be democracy’s, “last line of defense”, is a hypocrite Marxist Cult leader. Olbermann was fired from his MSNBC gig where he made over $4 million a year for insubordination. Olbermann does not “answer” to authority. He IS the authority.
The god of the Marxist cult signed a five year $100 million dollar contract to work for Al Gore owned Current TV. That’s not a typo. Olbermann is making $20 million a year to berate hard working Americans who make more $100,000 a year.
Think about that for a moment. Olbermann pockets more in a year than 99.99% of us make in a lifetime!
Do you think he donates to the volunteer tax program at the U.S. Treasury when he files his tax return? Do you think he writes checks to Blue Cross so crack addicts can have health insurance? Hell no! He wants YOU to pay for socialism. That’s your job. His job is to be on the board of directors of the Marxist ruling class. The cornerstone of everything he does and says is based upon punishing hard working Americans who make over $100,000 a year. Olbermann is beyond disgusting.
But that’s not all. Olbermann has convinced his hypocritical cult that voting for a Republican is the most immoral sin a U.S. citizen could commit. What kind of moron, worships this Jim Jones of politics? The Marxists who believe Obama is not “left” enough and think Michael Moore is the Moses of liberal fascism, that’s who.
Markos Moulitsas, subversive founder of the Daily Kos, was featured on first Current Countdown, vehemently denouncing Joe Scarborough, host of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” and Phil Griffin, the channel’s general manager. He called Scarborough a “loser,” while kissing up to Olbermann, whom he termed a “national treasure.”
Baltimore Sun TV critic says, “Except the angry words of Moulitsas had all the invective, petty jealousy and general sense of intramural nutsiness that you might find late at night in the dorms of a small undergraduate college after a hotly contested student government election. And I am sure the attack on Griffin and Scarborough had every bit as much interest for a mass audience as such a collegiate donnybrook might have. Talk about insider madness, lack of editorial judgment and self-indulgence. If Olbermann keeps this up, Current co-founder Al Gore might think back to his pre-Olbermann audience of 23,000 viewers an hour on average as the golden days of the channel.”
If you’re one of the clue less cult, who found this blog post via Reddit, here’s all you need to know about Al Gore, the hypocrite founder of Current who hired Olbermann. Gore’s son apparently did not share his dad’s ambition when he was growing up in Washington. When Gore was Vice President he was constantly screaming at his kid in front of the Secret Service. On one occasion, Gore was berating him for one of his “fuck ups”. Gore pointed over to the Secret Service agents and screamed, “Do you want to end up like these guys?”, making it obvious that he felt a $100,000 a year public servant job, was not acceptable for a member of the ruling class.
Keith Olbermann is not going to be reined in by Al Gore or anyone else. See the story of the Scorpion and the Frog for details. Current’s production sucked. The show looks like it’s being being produced in Michael Moore’s basement. Olbermann threw his weight around by running the show long to demonstrate that he is large and in charge at Current. The Worst Person in the World won’t come close to completing his five year contract. Current will pay him to go away before his contract is up just like every other network has done.
Read what far left , progressive website GAWKER had to say about “asshole” Keith Olbermann. It made me LOL
Olbermann instead chooses to prove Stewart’s point by trying to get a yuk or two out of his audience by calling Stewart out for an obscure 90s show he was once on, crediting Ben Affleck’s impersonation of him, and then giving a snide, quick mea culpa, without explanation or any plan for course-correction. Stewart had a point: Olbermann is not a comedian; he’s someone who uses strong political rhetoric to drive talking points about passionate issues. For all the calling-out he does of other politicians and commentators, if Keith Olbermann actually cared about anything other than the ratings he’s earned by being a sensationalist blowhard, he’d do something about the level of political discourse in the world by starting with his own. Starting with this moment!
But this is Keith Olbermann we’re talking about: Jon Stewart is, at the very least, a self-aware clown. Keith Olbermann, on the other hand? An assclown by any measure, but particularly this one. He ended his show by playing seven minutes of Jon Stewart’s routine, and took less than a minute and a half to actually try to manage the issue—which he didn’t—in toto. Especially fun was the noting that Olbermann didn’t go on Stewart’s show, which is practically begging for an invitation back, which will naturally prompt Olbermann to ask Stewart to come as a guest on Countdown. Olbermann gets press for a feud, press from his Daily Show appearance, and ratings from when Stewart inevitably goes on Countdown. If this happens, we can only hope Stewart does what he did to Tucker Carlson and to Bill O’Reilly, which is: eviscerate him on his home turf. If anything, to echo a sentiment widely held to Keith Olbermann’s face, which would go something like, You, sir, are an asshole. And nothing but.