So Much For MSNBC Ethics!

Posted November 8th, 2010 by Iron Mike

 Mind-Boggling Harshness!

 

It was all just for show.  The ‘indefinite suspension’ for ethics violations handed down by MSNBC President Phil Griffin to Liberal Loudmouth Keith Olbermann has been reduced to just two (2) on-air days.  Olbermann returns to his job tomorrow. 

STATEMENT REGARDING KEITH OLBERMANN – Sunday, Nov. 7

From Phil Griffin, President of MSNBC:

“After several days of deliberation and discussion, I have determined that suspending Keith through and including Monday night’s program is an appropriate punishment for his violation of our policy. We look forward to having him back on the air Tuesday night.”

So I’m asking myself . . . was this all just a PR stunt to draw a few more viewers to this pathetic lying loon?  Or was Griffin unable to find anybody else to fill that time slot?  In either case I really don’t think anybody at that ‘network’ is much worried about future ‘ethics violations’.  

Two-day suspension?  Olbermann must be laughing all the way to the bank – long weekend and all.

   /s/  Iron Mike
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One Response to “So Much For MSNBC Ethics!”

  1. Perplexed Senior

    Let’s see, who owns a majority share of NBC/MSNBC? How about Generous Electric (GE) run by non other than that far lefty, Jeffrey Immelt. Who is Immelt? A confidant of Obama who was one of the “executives” on his boondoggle to India. At dinner Friday, Obama says to Immelt, “what up with my boy “Comrade” Keith”? He and Rachel are my two favorite pundits, what can you do? A call to “Griff” and back to the status quo. If this were a conservative pundit we would be hearing “fairness doctrine” and jail time all over the media.

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