Keith Olbermann, one of MSNBC’s biggest loons (of which there are many), just announced his reitrement from politics. He also says Donald Trump’s ‘nightmare’ presidency will end ‘imminently.’ Because a booming stock market and lower unemployment is bad, right Keith?
From Daily Wire:
On Monday, GQ political correspondent Keith Olbermann — formerly of MSNBC, ESPN (twice), Current TV, and a series of other outlets — suddenly announced his retirement from the world of political commentary. He left little explanation and no regret among audiences, who had largely neglected his show, except for comedic imitation.
NEW VIDEO: After “Pocahontas,” Trump’s an ex-president waiting to happen – imminently. So this will be the last episode of #TheResistanceGQ. If you’re a political account and I unfollow you it ain’t personal. And I recommend everybody follow @ddale8 pic.twitter.com/NzguN6uvL3
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) November 27, 2017
Yes, Olbermann thinks his work here is done — Trump’s presidency is about to meet its imminent demise because “Pocahontas” or something.
More from Daily Caller:
Olbermann is no stranger to abrupt television exits.
In Jan. 2011, he announced his departure from MSNBC during the final episode of his show, “The Countdown with Keith Olbermann.” A few months later he joined Current TV, the network founded by Al Gore.
That gig lasted just over a year. Olbermann was accused by colleagues of failing to show up to work.
In a statement announcing Olbermann’s departure, Gore said that “the values of respect, openness, collegiality, and loyalty to our viewers…are no longer reflected in our relationship with Keith Olbermann and we have ended it.”
Na-na-na-na, hey hey hey, GOODBYE!