Olbermann, Gallardo serve as stooges for one another
Last Thursday Arizona Attorney General Tom Horne took the bold step of suing the federal government in reference to the constitutionality of a portion of the Voting Rights Act requiring Arizona to pre-clear all voting changes with the Justice Department.
The 16-page Complaint for Declaratory Judgment and Injunctive Relief brought on behalf if the sovereign state of Arizona can be read here.
Horne stated: “The portions of the Voting Rights Act requiring preclearance of all voting changes are either archaic, not based in fact, or subject to completely subjective enforcement based on the whim of federal authorities. Arizona has been subjected to enforcement actions for problems that were either corrected nearly 40 years ago and have not been repeated, or penalized for alleged violations that have no basis in the Constitution. That needs to stop.” Read his entire statement here.
But facts never stand in the way of the radical agenda of the left. Listen as Keith Olbermann and Hispanic extremist state Sen. Steve Gallardo (D-Dist.13) distort facts and blatantly lie as when Gallardo — who cannot form a sentence without using the words “discriminatory and unfair”– outrageously claims Horne opposes “the ability for minorities to elect candidates of their choice.”
When Attorney General Horne appears in the video, Olbermann gives his take on what Horne is saying but disallows the audio save for his own skewed interpretations that have no relevance to actual facts or Horne‘s statements. Olbermann then sets up another opportunity for spew from Gallardo with this closing zinger: “What on earth happened with the timing of this? They filed this suit the week the Martin Luther King monument was to be dedicated. Was that accidental tone-deafness or was that an intentional insult?”
In November 2010, liberal Olbermann was sacked by MSNBC for violating its policy against making campaign donations. He gave $2,400 each to Arizona Democrats U.S. Reps. Raul Grijalva — who called for a boycott of the state he claims to represent, and Gabrielle Giffords. (FEC filings can be seen by clicking on the Reps. names.) In fact, his “indefinite suspension” lasted from Friday until Tuesday, when he was brought back to his $10 million yearly gig. He has now found an even more liberal base from which to broadcast: Al Gore’s Current TV.
Here Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer signs SB 1070 the popular and nationally copied legislation into law. The law is actually titled Support Law Enforcement and Safe Neighborhoods Act, though Olbermann persists in spitefully calling it the “controversial Papers, Please law.”