There is probably no better person to rip Sean Hannity for his cynical, craven effort to use the tragic murder of Seth Rich for political distraction than Keith Olbermann, who does not disappoint. In the process, Hannity and Newt Gingrich...Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann has released a new episode of his GQ show where the longtime broadcaster posits an intriguing legal theory about investigations into Russian collusion with the Donald Trump campaign. The theory is based on the implications of Trump’s tweet threatening James Comey combined with...
“There are no standards, there are no morals...there are only Kellyanne Conway’s alternative facts." Keith Olbermann broadcast an angry rebuke of Fox News and Sean Hannity The GQ Special Correspondent used his THE RESISTANCE platform...Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann broadcast an angry rebuke of Fox News and Sean Hannity The GQ Special Correspondent used his THE RESISTANCE platform to describe Fox News as, “these subhuman creatures, these Trump apologists.” “It underscores yet again the lengths to which those who enabled Trump...
In his latest episode of GQ’s “The Resistance,” host Keith Olbermann said what everyone’s been thinking in the non-stop media circus since President Donald Trump fired James Comey: the president is losing his grip on reality. “What you and I have been not debating but...
I’M NOT SURE THIS COUNTS AS NEWS OR EVEN AS NEW: Keith Olbermann Had a Breakdown, Wants Trump to Resign.
Keith Olbermann is keeping score ? and, by his count, President Donald Trump could theoretically be charged with 17 counts related to six alleged crimes he says were committed over a single week. In his latest “Resistance” webcast for...Show More Summary
Keith Olbermann took deep dive a charges from just the last week that could be included in Articles of Impeachment or criminal prosecution after he leaves office. “Trump could theoretically wind up being accused of 17 separate counts of six separate crimes…in just the last week,”...
THEY’LL GET RIGHT ON THAT, KEITH: Keith Olbermann Pleads with Spy Agencies Around the World to Help Him Take Down Trump. It hardly seems likely that even the Deep State Obama holdovers in the American intelligence community want to get on board with Olbermann.
OUCH: Is Joe Scarborough the next Keith Olbermann?
A somber Keith Olbermann pleaded Thursday with intelligence agencies around the world — including in Russia — to share information they have on President Donald Trump to help rescue American citizens Olbermann called “victims of a coup.” Inspired...Show More Summary
Remember all the comedic fun you had from watching videos of unhinged liberals in the wake of President Donald Trump's election victory last November? Well, the good news is we are now experiencing a new wave of highly entertaining unhinged liberal videos due to the May 9 firing of FBI Director James Comey by the President.
Keith Olbermann took the news of James Comey’s firing well. Olbermann runs a show on GQ TV called “The Resistance!”... The post Unhinged GQ Host Olbermann to POTUS Trump: “TO HELL WITH YOU, YOU MOTHERFCKING TRAITOR” appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Treating him like a mythic figure, the New York Times magazine on Sunday devoted 3377 words to reminiscing about the “broad shoulders” and “icy blue gaze” of liberal anchor Keith Olbermann. Writer Greg Howard lamented that the cable host, who couldn’t hold jobs at ESPN, MSNBC or even the defunct Current network, isn’t on TV during the Trump years.
[guest post by Dana] Here is an exchange between Cruz and Yates yesterday: Also, here is a look at what Yates said in January and what she said yesterday, and how they differ. And amusingly, Keith Olbermann, who is already a bit of an angry cliche, also hosts a GQ podcast called “The Resistance”. After […]
Woe is he. Keith Olbermann—the loudmouth liberal who lost jobs at MSNBC, Current TV and ESPN in the last few years—is trying to get back on television and blames President Trump, in part, for his failure to land a job at CNN. Olbermann made the claim in an interview with The New York Times Magazine: […]
Keith Olbermann reveals in a recent New York Times Magazine interview that he was in talks to rejoin MSNBC or CNN, but says "influence" from President Trump is one of the reasons the talks failed.... "There was an offer, then there wasn't an offer, then there was an offer. Show More Summary
Broadcaster Keith Olbermann praised former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates Monday as an “American hero,” whose fearless testimony before a Senate committee “used to be the minimum standard for public servants.” But “now, in the era...Show More Summary