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Keith Olbermann: Arrest President Donald Trump And Tucker Carlson [VIDEO]

The former ESPN and MSNBC host Keith Olbermann tweeted out calls for the arrests of Tucker Carlson and President Donald Trump.

He tweeted on Thursday evening that “It is necessary to remove, and arrest, the president of the United States. Tonight.” 

Olbermann followed up that tweet with a call for Tucker Carlson’s arrest.  He was apparently responding to a tweet claiming Carlson said during his show, “Trump’s supporters own 60-70% of the guns & they could take to the streets blood ‘would flow.’”

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“Again, this is an overt and unmistakable call for widespread violence and requires the arrest of @TuckerCalrson,” Olbermann tweeted. That tweet was later deleted.

Olbermann later tweeted out a video doubling down on his call for Trump’s arrest.

The Daily Caller notes,

Olbermann has been reprimanded by ESPN for his tweets in the past. After tweeting and deleting a post that said a hunter in Mississippi’s life should be made a “living hell” after he shot a rare white Turkey, ESPN told Fox News that “we have spoken to him about not making personal attacks.” Olbermann apologized for the tweet.

Olbermann’s Thursday tweet comes after Trump held a press conference where he echoed his brief address in the early hours of Wednesday morning, during which he said Democrats are attempting to “disenfranchise” voters and claimed that he “did win this election.”

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