Since Donald J. Trump became President-elect, former MSNBC host Keith Olbermann has let his mind unravel for all the world to see, and now that the Electoral College has made Trump's election official, Olbermann now calls for vehement resistance, which involves never calling Trump President.
As part of his GQ web series "The Resistance," Olbermann gave yet another divisive, hostile message that borders on Bolshevik barbarity.
Throughout the nine-minute meltdown (this doesn't even qualify as rant, which usually requires some measure of sanity) Olbermann advises his comrades to resist Trump not only in politics, but on every level of life, which includes insulting every Trump supporter they come across as "stupid" and never referring to Trump as "President."
"Resistance means find a Trump supporter everyday and remind them he lost the popular vote," Olbermann lamented. "Resistance means repetition, humiliate him, humiliate him everyday, and those who support him. We are in this nightmare because at some point we stopped punishing stupidity in this country. We will not fix this core problem by appeasing the cretins...When you see something stupid, call someone stupid."
After calling Trump a treasonous "puppet-elect" of Vladimir Putin, he then declared that the words "President" and "Trump" must never be uttered side by side.
"[T]here is also a passive-aggressive, subtler way to make this point clear," Olbermann said. "It is like most of the points that finally defeated the Republicans of the Bush era. Those points succeeded not by suddenly knocking down walls, but instead by eroding them as would a river.
"Not using one word can be just as forceful as perpetually using another. Never address Trump as ‘president.’ He is Trump, just Trump. Never president. The title of ‘president,’ that we must protect for a happier and more honest time. Resistance means refusal. Resist."
Get some professional help, Keith.