Entertainment: All the Jews at MSNBC better be wary if Olbermann is around. Who knew trying to get publicity using the Nazi salute would be so much fun!
Its one thing to get drunk and start doing stupid stuff for example, its another to go up on stage and purposely pull this kind of stunt.
|MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann used a Saturday morning breakfast session at the Television Critics Association press tour to fire yet another shot at Fox News Channel’s Bill O’Reilly, holding up an O’Reilly mask while raising his right arm in a Nazi salute to mock his on-air rival.
“It’s just so much fun,” said the host of Countdown with Keith Olbermann when questioned about why he pursues his on-air rivalry with O’Reilly.
Olbermann also told the story of seeing O’Reilly at a celebrity fundraiser in New York, but said O’Reilly “never got within 20 feet of me. Every time I looked at him, he looked down.”
Olbermann did, however, note that his show and network have to “take more chances” in the race to compete with CNN and Fox News Channel, which he called an “ingenuously-placed political product.”|
Just to point out that CNBC fired Bradshaw from the WWE when he used a Nazi salute from his financial spot on the network, plus Via Media Matters, Olbermann whined about Glenn Beck using a Nazi reference and gave out the punishment
|OLBERMANN: Also here, Jones in for Star. The departure of one of the hosts of The View turns into an on-air verbal brawl. That's ahead, but first, time for Countdown's latest list of nominees for "Worst Person in the World."
The bronze to radio host Glenn Beck. Here's his version of the anti-New York Times hysteria. Quote, "Can you imagine The New York Times coming out and saying, 'Hey, the ovens aren't so bad,' back in World War II. Can you imagine that?" He continued: "I don't know. Sure, there are some Jews in there, but I bet they might make some good pizzas in there, too. The New York Times is just -- I don't get it. I don't understand it." Unquote. Mr. Beck, do you understand this? Resign your job and leave this country.|
NBC, you know what to do.