You know what they say about the dog that barks the loudest.
Keith Olbermann, one of the MSM clowns who lied us into the Iraq War in 2003, is now throwing a hissy fit on Elon Musk’s X and having an absolute meltdown.
What was the cause of the meltdown? Elon Musk’s highlighting of the Pizzagate controversy in several recent online posts. However, The Hill reports that Musk has since removed the Pizzagate meme that caused so much of a stir:
Billionaire Elon Musk on Tuesday took down a post from his account on X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, that embraced a years-old false conspiracy theory about child sex trafficking after the tech and media mogul received widespread backlash and mockery.
Still, Olbermann has chosen this hill to die on, having a clear meltdown over the mere mentioning of Pizzagate and threatening not to post on X anymore—whatever will we do without Olbermann?
Moreover, and more importantly, why is he so upset unless he is somehow involved in these things himself? Not saying he is, but remember that journalist who took a definitive stand and ‘debunked’ Pizzagate? Yeah, that’s all I’m going to say.
Take a look at some of his unhinged meltdown on the world’s freest social media platform:
Keith Olbermann is absolutely melting down on Elon Musk's social media app after Musk posted a meme about Pizzagate.
"I won't be posting here anymore." pic.twitter.com/JRSlaPWoz8
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) November 28, 2023
Get a grip on yourself @laurenboebert
Or, on some random stranger in the theater https://t.co/cLnCbiTlUg
— Keith Olbermann's X Ghost⌚️ (@KeithOlbermann) November 29, 2023
Anyone this unhinged by Elon Musk’s #PizzaGate post must have something to do with PizzaGate.
It is time to investigate Keith Olberman for #CrimesAgainstChildren
Like their persecution of Donald Trump, we have found the man.
— The Dirty Sanchez (@LeDirtySanchez) November 29, 2023
Keith Olbermann is having a total mental breakdown over a Pizzagate meme.
He is permanently quitting X over it. pic.twitter.com/FgUjHerSUr
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) November 28, 2023
The Huffington Post detailed the original Musk Pizzagate post:
Elon Musk on Tuesday revisited the conspiracy theory well and fished out … Pizzagate.
“Does seem at least a little suspicious,” Musk wrote in a post on X, formerly Twitter, Tuesday morning alongside a meme about the widely discredited 2016-era conspiracy.