Wednesday, October 21, 2009

Keith Olbermann (MSNBC) Supports The White House Attack on Fox News

Two clips here. The first is Keith Olbermann (MSNBC) voicing support for the White House Attack on Fox News. With Fox 'no longer a news station', he is happy to announce that MSNBC has moved to #1. The second clip rehashes Taper's exchange with Gibbs and then notes that Olbermann and Maddow (MSNBC) participated in a special off the record briefing with Obama.

Videos embedded below.

This sage, starting from the beginning; Anita Dunn 'called out' Fox News. Beck responded by installing a 'Red Phone Hotline', then aired a tape where Dunn said that Mao was one of her favorite philosophers. On the defensive, Dunn countered by saying that she was joking, and then added "Let it be noted that I also quoted Mother Teresa, but no one is accusing me of being a saint!". Not only was I was unconvinced, the New York Times declared Fox News the unequivocated victor. Axelrod and Emanuel joined in to take some of the pressure off of Dunn. A new video of Dunn surfaced where she said "very rarely did we communicate through the press anything that we didn't absolutely control", which Beck used. Gibbs has thrown his support behind the White House position. Now Olbermann (MSNBC) has voiced approval is having a bit of fun.

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