Ever since Donald Trump smashed Hillary Clinton in the election to take the White House, pundits on the left have been having mental meltdowns trying to wrap their warped brains around the idea of the real estate mogul moving into 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.Some have cried, some have raged, others have just simply gone cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs.
Former MSNBC host and liberal wacko Keith Olbermann seems to fall into that last category.Olbermann is so shell shocked by Trump’s victory and by the overwhelming rejection of leftist ideology in this country that he seems to have lost his mind.
Right now, besides clawing for any sort of relevance in the world of media, he’s also calling for The Donald to be jailed, accusing him of “dictatorship.”
Pull out the tinfoil hats, folks. It’s about to get nutty in here.Twitchy is reporting, This morning, after President-elect Trump sent out his somewhat controversial tweet about sending flag burners to jail or revoking their citizenship, the Left all but imploded.
Or maybe they exploded, it’s hard to tell with all of the screeching, whining and complaining … let’s just say they got upset. And sure, even some members of the Right were displeased with Trump’s tweet, but no meltdowns were quite as epic as Keith Olbermann’s.
Oh Keith, deep down we know you love this because your whole schtick is complaining and throwing temper tantrums, but this was even silly for you.
What’s truly ironic about Olbermann’s pathetic Twitter rant, is that just a decade ago, Hillary Clinton co-sponsored a bill that would do just what Trump suggested.Yes, that’s right, Mr. Olbermann, you’re party’s sweetheart also called for the jailing of folks who burn the American flag. Do you smell the hypocrisy yet?
— TrumpCoastOfSC (@Ma1973sk) November 29, 2016
Perhaps, since calling for such a measure makes one a “dictator,” we should add this to the list of reasons why Hillary should be tossed in the clink?
This is a perfect example of the overemotional responses that consistently come flying out of the mouths of liberals, proving the majority of them are unfit for public service.
[Note: This article was written by Michael Cantrell]