While the competition is fierce and the bench is deep, no one on the Virulent Angry Left gets more unhinged than former ESPN and MSNBC commentator — and rabid gun-grabber — Keith Olberman when he works himself into a bitter meltdown.
Such was the case prior to Tuesday night’s MLB All-Star Game when the distinguished constitutional scholar [ahem] fired up Twitter to launch a sneering screed — as smug as he could be — at us troglodytes, coming close to bursting into flames as he proclaimed: “The Second Amendment does NOT authorize gun OWNERSHIP.”
“Whether or not you’re going to watch tonight’s baseball All-Star Game, consider that they may have broken up a planned mass shooting there.
“And ask yourself: why doesn’t the 2nd Amendment have the word “own” in it?
“The 2nd Amendment does NOT authorize gun OWNERSHIP!”
Ridiculous? Wait till you see the “logic.”
NEW VIDEO: Whether or not you’re going to watch tonight’s baseball All-Star Game, consider that they may have broken up a planned mass shooting there.
And ask yourself: why doesn’t the 2nd Amendment have the word “own” in it?
The 2nd Amendment does NOT authorize gun OWNERSHIP! pic.twitter.com/4cLrNsCKXy
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) July 13, 2021
Before we continue with Keith’s drivel, let’s review the Second Amendment:
“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms shall not be infringed.”
That’s it. I added nothing, I deleted nothing.
Let’s swing it back to Keith for a bit of that renowned “Olbermann Logic.” First, the set-up:
“Whether or not you meant to watch baseball’s All-Star Game — and who am I to judge you [sarcastic as hell] — remember that Saturday night police uncovered a stash of 16 long guns, body armor, and 1,000 rounds of ammunition in a Denver hotel room, near where the game was to be played.
“And then the FBI said they had no reason to believe this was connected to the All-Star Game, and a lot of people relaxed and took this as ‘good news,’ as
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