One of MSNBC’s resident lefties, Keith Olbermann, has been sacked for violating the ethics policies of the biased network that leaves no doubt about its liberal agenda.
The prime time television host donated $2,400 — the max individual amount legally allowed — to the two Arizona campaigns, as well as that of Kentucky Senate candidate Jack Conway, who lost to Rand Paul, according to a comprehensive report by CNN which can be read here.
Both Grijalva and Giffords were challenged by political newcomers, Ruth McClung and Jesse Kelly respectively, who ran excellent campaigns, coming within striking distance of the entrenched Democrats.
The puzzlement is the firing. More expected would have been MSNBC gifting the host with a bonus matching the $7,200 he coughed up for the needy Democrats.
Watch for the DCCC to step up and reward him with a spokesman post. Such a job would be an even better fit for Olbermann.