June 26th, 2011
05:00 PM ET

The strikingly similar new Countdown

Our media panel talk to Howard Kurtz about whether Keith Olbermann's move to Current TV will be successful.

Filed under: Keith Olbermann • Media • MSNBC
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    The last segment of Olbermann's inaguaral show perfectly illustrates just how nasty he can get. That was when he brought on Markos Moulitsas ("I feel nothing for these mercenaries. Screw them."). The Kos founder spewed out that he was banned from MSNBC because "I got into a Twitter war with Joe Scarborough and made him cry." Wrong. Moulitsas sent out a tweet that accused Scarborough of having one of his former congressional staffers murdered. That irresponsibile comment will get you booted from any media outlet, even MSNBC. And Olbermann didn't challenge him on this comment.

    It is only fitting that "Countdown" has been relegated to Al Gore's glorified public access channel.

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