Keith Olbermann’s hot take on ‘negro’ tweet is all fail, no brakes

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Has ever there been a dumpster fire more disgusting yet entertaining than Keith Olbermann’s Twitter takes?

On November 17, the sports commentator and internet loudmouth decided to respond to a five-day-old tweet from political commentator Stephen Miller (aka @RedSteeze) commenting on Biden’s use of “Negro” during an anecdote.

And he got real mad.

When it was clear that he was not only going to get ratioed, but that people were making fun of his hot take as well, he did what one with no logical argument does in that situation:

He doubled down, and added in some more insults for good measure.

Twitter took him to the woodshed, as they do:

For reference, BizPac Review reported on President Joe Biden’s remarks during the event:

“Happy Birthday. Thank you for your service to our country. And I just want to tell you, I know you are a little younger than I am, but you know, I’ve adopted the attitude of the great negro at the time — pitcher in the Negro league who went on to become a great pitcher in the pros — in the Major League Baseball after Jackie Robinson,” he said.


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