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It was the best of times. You had black box voting, Ohio irregularities, misleading Florida statistics, investigations, secrecy, and those diabolical voting machines. Those were the days, my friend. We thought they'd never end. If only you could go back to those heady times of moonbat theories and relive the thrill of the conspiracy hunt once again.
Well you can. On Countdown!
You will recall the script was finalized on Thursday: attack the sheriff. Tonight was Act II. It was a sloppy investigation. It could have been "criminal negligence". Keith was on a roll, and he wasn't about to let up:
Is there a point at which some higher authority has to step in in Texas to clean the investigation up?
Parnham, of course, rushed to agree. He wouldn't have been there otherwise. He said, what to Olby, were the magic words: "possible criminal conduct". Keith's adrenalin started to flow. His mouth was dry; his legs were weak. But he managed to restrain his excitement and keep a calm, if disturbed, head under his wig.
Michael Duffy of Time was next to subject himself to Olbermann's withering interrogation. "It was amateur hour", he opined, and they chatted about the PR failures involved. KO did not ask Duffy about any of his tinfoil theories. He did not ask Duffy about how bad the investigation was, and how we need someone higher up to do it all over again. Is that because Duffy would have given Keith's fevered fantasies the horse laugh? That would explain why Olby wouldn't even broach the subject with him.
KO did cite an article by Peggy Noonan. Hmm, when was the last time he did that? The 11th of Never, perhaps? But tonight Noonan rated attention in Spin Central because she wrote an article--all together now--critical of the administration.
The #4 slot brought us another update on The Great Leak Case. Libby wants secret documents. That's "breathtaking", said Olby in reading and displaying on-screen two lengthy quotes from Prosecutor Fitzgerald's filing. How many quotes from Libby's filings were similarly featured? Har. A reporter from the leftist Boston Globe served the usual function as an Olbermann replicant.
After a session of "oddball" that was especially grating, thanks to The Laughing Stagehand, we got crime "caught on tape". The #2 story was a deadly mudslide (via regurgitated NBC report) followed by the usual celebrity fluff. Closing the program was a report on a lottery winner, delivered by Monica Novotny. She appeared happy, now that she only has to sit next to Olby one night a week, if that.
And that's The Hour of Spin for this, the 2nd day of the Keith Olbermann CoverUp.