Tag: Keith Olbermann

Looking back at Keith Olbermann’s “Resistance”

So it seems as though the Mueller investigation is finally at its bitter end and no more indictments are being recommended by Special Counsel Mueller. I’m sure that CNN will be hardest hit by this news. Here’s what they put into one of their own articles “What we’ve already learned about Mueller’s investigation“:

He has not brought charges against Trump or any of his family members, as some thought he would. He has not alleged a conspiracy to collude with the Russians.

CNN has another click-bait article entitled “Mueller report is just the start of a new Russia showdown” that I’m not even going to bother quoting anything from. It’s just simply amazing how transparent a supposed news article is in really just being an opinion piece about bashing President Trump. The author if this article, Stephen Collinson is very obviously pained and enraged about the outcome. In light of recent events let’s take a look back at Keith Olbermann’s “Resistance” work to see how accurate it turned out to be:

I would like to highlight some of the more interesting comments from this video. Is it not amazing how leftists “joke” about executing the President? Maybe they’re not so kind and caring after all:

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Remember guys, late-night “comedy” host told me that President Trump is finished! What a way for Olbermann to end his resistance with:

I’ve chosen to highlight a few comments from this video; aren’t they just wonderful?

 

You know what, perhaps Chris Matthews is harder hit by the lack of any collusion charges?

Or perhaps Rep. Adam Schiff and Rachel Madcow have become more perturbed by recent events:

 

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