No one in America knew exactly how to react to January 6th. We’d never seen such a thing before, and a great many of us are hoping that it’s a once-in-a-lifetime sort of event.
This has made our processing and output on the subject relative to the time and place. There should be some grace here, and we should learn to forgive ourselves for our short-lived tantrums so long as we have love in our heart.
But, for some, it wasn’t rage or despair that took hold of their emotional range: It was confusion, and a desperate need to find an answer the way a cornered animal looks for a hole.
Keith Olbermann, of ESPN and MSNBC and ESPN again, now has his own conspiracy theory regarding President Trump’s recorded concession speech: That is contains hidden messages to his followers.
IMPEACH NOW. THE NATION WILL ACCEPT NOTHING LESS pic.twitter.com/t7fYO25rZA
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) January 8, 2021
All the while, the mainstream media has been attempting to stamp out the conspiracy theorists who’ve participated so heavily in politics these last few years. And, as we should all understand, (hopefully), that any threat to a conspiracy theorist will fit into their own personal conspiracy theory. This doesn’t deter them, it fuels them.
Olbermann has just thrown his words into the cauldron of chaos that is still stewing downwind of January 6th.
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