Please note Comey's grammar here. This phrasing confirms there were links between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. No "if." pic.twitter.com/f6Mpx3qgCc
— Keith Olbermann (@KeithOlbermann) March 20, 2017
Where does he get this stuff?
We have read and re-read the statement that Keith seems to think includes a ‘GOTCHA,’ and we’re just not seeing any gotcha. Apparently he thinks the word “any” is relevant; guess when you’re desperate for something to be true you’ll create meanings of words and invent context.
@KeithOlbermann From a legal – and grammatical – standpoint, this declares an investigation is taking place. Does not affirm anything more.
— hruby (@hrustar) March 20, 2017
And Comey said as much, there is an investigation taking place. Derp.
@KeithOlbermann The nature of "any" links doesn't say there WERE links, but it doesn't say there weren't either. Encouraging, not conclusive
— Ken Goldman (@kengold) March 20, 2017
When even your own people are like, “Eh, not really Keith,” you know you’re reaching.
— Doris Murdock (@DorisMurdock) March 20, 2017
So what? Should we pull Hillary’s server testimony and start nitpicking when she used the words “any” and “whether”?
Guys, this just comes off as desperate.
@KeithOlbermann Words like "any" and "whether" show that this is not a confirmation from Comey/FBI.
— lindsay ♔ (@aurorapetrichor) March 20, 2017
Is this another one of those ‘depends on what the definition of “is”, is’? *sigh*
Sounds like another nothingburger, Keith.