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Wednesday, September 20, 2017

HOT HOT VIDEO BREAKING: Leaked Footage Shows Unhinged Lawrence O’Donnell’s Profanity-Laced Outtakes

Watch this now before it is taken down!

 In footage that was JUST leaked in the past hour, O’Donnell can be heard berating fellow MSNBC employees and progressively becomes more and more unhinged in the video clip which lasts a full eight minutes.

 As the clip goes on, O’Donnell grows more and more crazed



(via Gateway Pundit)

8 comments:

  1. It looks like he could use a Snickers.

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  2. This is all pretty tame and far from unhinged. Dare I say, a huge nothingburger.

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  3. Am no fan of O'Donnell, and this is mild even for him. But in his defense, having someone transmit conversations, dub in words or incoherent sounds from a source you don't recognize, know or trust is at first distracting and becomes annoying if repeated over and over. It can be maddening and worthy of suspicion. "Once is an accident. Twice is a coincidence. Three times is enemy action." Ian Flemming's Goldfinger (novel, 1959; movie, 1964)

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  4. Must be hard on the ego to be a puppet and useful clown for the regime... I DEMAND RESPECT says the clown. The ringleader looks down amused, and the audience laughs... LISTEN TO ME....the laughs get louder.

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  5. Yea. Not unhinged. Funny. Dude is a total asshole. But unhinged? Naw.

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  6. I'm surprised he didn't blame Trump for his earpiece problems, too. Propagandize much? Sheesh.

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  7. This may be tame for some and not so much for others. It's all relative; it's all a matter of perspective. What gets me is O'Donell and co position themselves as caring, considerate, kind, and thoughtful when it comes to the "little guy." But deep down they're irascible, acerbic, vulgar, and heartless. A peek behind the scene is always worth it because we get to see these guys' true colors.

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  8. It's not as unhinged as O'Reilly got, but indicative of a pretty foul temperament that must be difficult to work with.

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