Blowhard Keith Olbermann Tells Andy Ngo That He Needs to be ‘Stopped’ For Coverage of Darrell Brooks

Former MSNBC anchor and blowhard Keith Olbermann often comes close to crossing a line and sometimes does, as may be the case in a tweet today directed at journalist Andy Ngo.

Ngo was recently trending on Twitter for his coverage of Waukesha, Wisconsin vehicular rampage suspect Darrell Brooks.

Tweeting out a screenshot of the trend, which said that people were reacting to comments that Ngo made on the “deadly Christmas parade,” he said, “Sorry, not sorry for reporting on who Darrell Brooks is.”

Olbermann quote tweeted Ngo and told him, “As you don’t care whether you are telling the truth or leaving out details to fabricate your narrative, America does not carry whether or not you’re ‘sorry’ – only that you are stopped.”

Unfazed, Ngo responded to Olbermann, “Far-left violent extremists already tried to stop me using violence. They failed.”

Ngo has refused to back down to criticism including a hit piece in The Daily Beast by Robert Silverman, who claimed that Ngo and Tim Pool “raced to put up facts that supported what appears to be a false narrative about a racially motivated attack.”

In a tweet, Ngo said, “People are mass reporting my tweets about the #Waukesha, Wis. massacre suspect in order to censor the inconvenient information revealing his child sex offender status, his anti-white and antisemitic views, his hatred of police, and his support for #BLM causes.”

On his Fox News show tonight, Tucker Carlson also suggested the circumstances surrounding the attack in Waukesha and the verdict in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial, were perhaps too coincidental.

The truth may never be known and no matter how much evidence is presented, the narriative is already out there that there was nothing to this incident beyond a standard, run-of-the-mill criminal reckless homicide.