Radical leftism in America just hit a new bottom.
Marxist-Communist commentator Keith Olbermann called for “starving red states into submission” and destroying the Republican Party as the only way to end mass shootings in the country.
He Wants to Suffocate Anything Connected to Gun Rights
Keith Olbermann, the former sports journalist-turned-leftist extremist, made his insane comments, calling upon blue states to crush red states in an “economic civil war” inside the United States.
This came in a video he posted on Twitter.
Olbermann insisted on the “suffocating” of companies and people who make profits through the distribution and sale of firearms – and the crushing of the gun lobbies that defend those entities.
According to the apparent Marxist-Communist extremist, that would involve the need “to destroy” completely the Republican Party because it supported both the gun traders and their lobbyists.
Olbermann, who has long been an anti-Second Amendment rights activist, seems to have recorded his stupefying video rank as a reaction to the recent incident at Michigan State University.
Earlier this week, a gunman killed three students and wounded five more people in a mass shooting in the school. The dead body of the shooter – Anthony Dwayne McRae, 43 – was later found by the police after he had committed suicide.
Olbermann claimed in his video that 600,000 Americans would be killed in the United States over the next 10-12 years.
This is a questionable proposition at best, considering that in 2020, the nation saw 45,000 gun deaths. More than half of those were suicides, with mass shooting victims making up a small part of the remainder.
"WE MUST HAVE ECONOMIC CIVIL WAR.
"There is only one way to stop Mass Shootings. The Blue States must financially starve the Red States, the Gun Lobby, the GOP, the Death Lobby, and the crooked judiciary into submission.
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) February 15, 2023
Olbermann urges blue states to wage ‘economic civil war’ on red states: ‘Starve red states into submission' https://t.co/hY4FR05Uuy
— Fox News (@FoxNews) February 16, 2023
I’ve changed my mind. This douchebag is the worst person on Twitter, not Rob Reiner.
Olbermann urges blue states to wage ‘economic civil war’ on red states: ‘Starve red states into submission'https://t.co/dlIRqPMA79
— Tony Iannitelli (@TonyIannitelli) February 16, 2023
Blue States Have ‘All the Money’ and ‘Must Use It’
During his rant, the former sports journalist declared the United States was “owned by guns.” Olbermann’s ideas about changing this were even more striking than the idea of crushing gun rights, owners, companies, and their political representation.
The ultraliberal insisted that blues states in America “have all the money” and they must utilize it for starving conservative states until the latter’s “submission.”
Olbermann’s new Marxist-Communist rant is nothing new.
The former MSNBC anchor made news headlines in December after his Twitter account was suspended. The reason for the suspension is that he was reportedly harassing Twitter’s CEO Elon Musk, urging his followers to share online links on the location of the latter’s private jet.
More recently, Olbermann tried to disparage the discovery of classified US government documents in private venues used or owned by President Joe “Multiple Crises” Biden.
Infuriated that Biden committed the thing the left has been accusing Trump of, or far worse, Olbermann attacked the media covering the Biden story.
He compared that to the scandal with Hillary Clinton’s emails in 2016 – one of the biggest political scandals in American history – except to lefties who think their own are allowed nauseating and horrifying crimes.
Hey a$$hole, we won't starve. Know why?
We're the people who grow and build the sh*t you take for granted. You need us more than we need you. "Olbermann urges blue states to wage ‘economic civil war’ on red states" and "starve them." https://t.co/HLLh1apX8M
— Vicki McKenna (@VickiMcKenna) February 16, 2023
This article appeared in Mainstpress and has been published here with permission.
— independent🐈⬛ (@ilasgenworth) February 16, 2023