Commentator Olbermann Whines Over Pro-2A Ruling Wants To Dissolve Supreme Court

In an apparent outburst, in response to Thursday’s Supreme Court, pro-Second Amendment ruling, sports commentator Keith Olbermann ‘lost it’ in a series of tweets calling for the high court to be dissolved.

Reportedly, the Supreme Court struck down New York’s proper cause requirement for concealed carry, noting that the right to possess a gun for self-defense inside the home, is also applicable to carrying a gun outside the home for personal safety. A clearly constitutional law victory, that made Olbermann furious, he tweeted:

“It has become necessary to dissolve the Supreme Court of the United States. The first step is for a state the ‘court’ has now forced guns upon, to ignore this ruling. Great. You’re a court? Why and how do think you can enforce your rulings?” and shortly thereafter he added “Hey SCOTUS, send the SCOTUS army here to enforce your ruling, you House of Lords radicals pretending to be a court.” adding , “Shove your ‘responsible gun owners’ crap up your ass. The 2nd Amendment does not include the word ‘own.’ There is no right.”

-Keith Olbermann, Sports Commentator

For those out there who are big sports enthusiasts, hold the next thought.

Why should America care what Mr. Olbermann thinks? This is clearly another case of someone who has a higher social profile than your electrician say – , blabbering his opinion regarding a ruling made by the highest court in the land.

It’s a good thing the U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment supports Olbermann’s right to have verbal diarrhea out there publicly, on social media. However, just because he can do so, does not translate into any form of agreement of or any celebration of his thought processes. Most American’s appreciate discussions, rather than ranting, on a subject.

Wisdom comes from the thoughtful consideration produced by those “iron sharpening iron” conversations, especially with those whom we might disagree with.

That’s the way the U.S. Constitution works Mr. Olbermann – it upholds the rule of law for all, not just those we agree with. Often there is a ruling which doesn’t please everyone. To avoid further frustration, perhaps sticking to that which you know well – the world of sports – would be best.

Etiquette that incorporates the historical wisdom of “not everything you could say, you should say” would be more appreciated. Thank you.

While fragile people like Mr. Olbermann, want to have a public tantrum over the deliberations of the highest court in our land, the remainder of America is likely grateful, for the focus on actual rulings based on the U.S. Constitution.

It is the foundation of our country in a literal sense.

For these United States of America to survive – the Constitution needs to survive. Though both the court and the document have taken a beating in years past, both appear to continue to prevail. May God protect both for generations to come.

“No man is entitled to the blessings of freedom unless he be vigilant in its preservation.”

-Douglas MacArthur

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