Olbermann loses his job over Grijalva and Giffords

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.

Olbermann made campaign contributions to Arizona’s outrageously liberal Reps. Raul Grijalva — who called for a boycott of the state he claims to represent and Pelosi clone Gabrielle Giffords.

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.

6 Responses to Olbermann loses his job over Grijalva and Giffords

  1. Attila The Hunny says:

    They can’t help themselves. It’s a genetic defect inbred in Democrats.

  2. angee says:

    The two G’s can still be recalled can’t they?
    I believe the illegal alien vote put them
    back in office.

  3. TeaPartyPatriot says:

    I’m loving it !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    TAX CHEAT olbermann put BOTH the ‘Corrupt” and the “B-tard” in “Corrupt B-tards of the lamestream media”.

    Gee, I guess this might, possibly, slightly suggest that “The Worst Person in the World” is not completely unbiased. Ya think?

  4. TeaPartyPatriot says:

    Let’s do some math: Start with $2400 from “The Worst Person in the World” (TWPW). Say it’s $200 per bus-load of “visitors” from mexico to a polling place, including bus rental, food-bribe, cash-bribe, gas, etc. Each bus could easily hold 50 people. So that’s (2400/200)x50 = 600 votes / polling site. I think they could get to a max of three polling locations per bus, so that would come to 1800 votes for each of goofy gabby and the bearded marxist, just from TWPW. And when one includes the union efforts and bus money from other “Corrupt B-tards” in the lamestream media, it’s clear that neither Kelly nor McClung had a fair chance, since they ran honest campaigns.

  5. Tyler M says:

    It’s not a big deal that he just put his money where his moronic, blowhard liberal mouth has been for all these years.

    MSNBC management had a problem with him doing this, but they had no problem with him giving 1 hour of in-kind political contributions to Democrats each & every day.

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