Keith Olbermann Wants to Ruin a Guy's Life for Killing a Turkey
It's been a while since I thought about Keith Olbermann, but not long enough. We all know he's a big mashed-up bag of meat with a hairpiece on it, but what has he gotten himself into this time?
Oh, he's just trying to destroy the lives of people who displease him. His usual ethical behavior.
It be rare and beautiful so me should kill it.
This pea-brained scumbag identifies himself as Hunter Waltman and we should do our best to make sure the rest of his life is a living hell. And the nitwit clown who wrote this fawning piece should be fired. https://t.co/KdU3Bkg104
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) March 26, 2019
That's right, Keith is angry about a Mississippi newspaper covering a guy who legally hunted a turkey. At least Keith is keeping busy, I guess.
The executive editor of the Clarion-Ledger is standing by his writer:
.@KeithOlbermann says @BrianBroom should be fired for writing this story. What was I thinking? I guess I should have fired our outdoors writer for writing about a hunter killing an unusual turkey during turkey hunting season. https://t.co/3lhrtlwlQO
— Sam R. Hall (@samrhall) March 26, 2019
Alex Griswold at the Washington Free Beacon got a statement from ESPN, which has fired Keith more times than he's made a good point: "We have spoken to him about not making personal attacks." Oh, that's nice. That'll probably do the trick. The 30,000th time is the charm.
As Griswold notes, Keith didn't always care so much about turkeys. Not as pets, anyway:
After 21 years it can be revealed...
We actually shot FIVE Boston Market “EAT SOMETHING” commercials. Two made air. One was never edited.
Here, for the first time, is...
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) August 28, 2018
All turkeys are equal, but some turkeys are more equal than others.
But then, those turkeys that were killed to make the sandwiches Keith was selling weren't as important. They weren't white. Why should Keith care what happens to brown bodies?
In case you're wondering, Keith's latest outburst absolutely fits Twitter's definition of targeted harassment. It couldn't be more blatant. But Keith is a good liberal, so I doubt he'll get banned.
I'm no longer on the team behind KeithOlbermann.com, your one-stop shop for news and opinion on Keith Olbermann, but I'll always be proud that I was there for its creation. Too bad it annoys him. But then, what doesn't?