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'Countdown with Keith Olbermann' for Dec. 9
Read the transcript to the 8 p.m. ET show
Updated: TRANSCRIPT PENDING
OLBYWATCH GUIDE: With so many chances to take direct shots at Bush Administration plus a shot at Bill O'Reilly, Keith pretty much wandered away from the Vote Fraud story tonight. KO did have one report that Rep. Bob Ney (R-OH), Chairman of the House Administration Committee announced he will hold hearings on the election early next year. Keith failed to note that Ney is Deputy Majority Whip and so acted under the instructions of Tom DeLay. Nor did he provide the relevent quote from Ney:
"Election reform is a serious issue that requires serious, bipartisan examination and debate. It does not deserve what we are seeing today - partisan attacks and unsubstantiated claims disguised as fact in a faux hearing"
Olbermann, once again taking his marching orders from the far left, picked up on a story manufactured by the Soros-funded liberal attack group, Media Matters for America, and reported it as "news." Two days ago the MMFA excerpted a portion of an exchange between Bill O'Reilly and a caller to his radio show to advance the fallacious idea that O'Reilly had made an anti-semitic statement on The Radio Factor, e-mailed it around to every Jewish group in its rolodex and reeled in the ever-reliable Abe Foxman of the Anti-Defamation League who issued a statement denouncing O'Reilly. And MMFA continues to pump up its' little media balloon. This claim was so ludicrous that even Olbermann felt compelled to "defend" O'Reilly. Of course, Keith's idea of defending O'Reilly is a little different than most. He said, "ignorance is bliss, whether ignorance is anti-semitism is another question."
Dogs not barking tonight include Cliff Arnebeck lawsuit still not filed, the recent debunk of academic "studies" purporting to demonstrate patters that suggest vote fraud (Berkeley Study, Freeman Study), statement by Conyers that the stated goal of his Forum is to federalize national elections to create a federal option for pursuing election-related law suits.