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WATCH: Leftist Suggests ‘Criminalizing’ Policy Differences, Turn Trump Hotels into Gulags

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Left-wing political commentator Keith Olbermann insisted he wants to “criminalize” policy differences between the Trump administration and the Biden administration, emphasizing he wants to arrest “as many” Trump administration officials and supporters “as possible” and even floats turning Trump properties into “prisons.”

The former MSNBC host, who also hosted a program entitled “The Resistance with Keith Olbermann,” is an ardent critic of President Trump. Now, however, Olbermann is attacking the president and his supporters.

“Goddamnit. When the policy differences are between maintaining American democracy and substituting racist one party rule, you’re goddamn right that we want to criminalize policy differences that might exist between the outgoing administration and the administration that is about to takeover,” he notes.

Olbermann continues, emphasizing he wants to “indict, arrest, try, and imprison” as many Trump administration alumni and supporters as possible:

“We also want as many members as possible of this corrupt, immoral, anti-democratic outgoing administration indicted, arrested, tried, and imprisoned. We want enough of them in there that they can hold reunions and birthday parties.”

He posits that they will “have to convert Trump buildings into new goddamn Trump prisons.”


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Natalie Winters is the Lead Investigative Reporter at the National Pulse and co-host of The National Pulse podcast.

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