Keith Olbermann Humiliated after Public Shredding from Riley Gaines: ‘Profoundly Dumb’

Failed media leftist Keith Olbermann tried to pick a fight with former female swimming champion-turned-women’s rights activist Riley Gaines but ended up getting publicly humiliated.

Gaines was a prolific former collegiate swimmer who was famously forced to compete against a male competitor, Lia Thomas.

Olbermann, a former ESPN and MSNBC anchor, tried to mock Gaines on Twitter/X for not being able to compete against stronger and faster “trans women.”

It didn’t end well for Olbermann, however, who got brutalized online over it.

Olbermann used to have a chair on “SportsCenter” back when ESPN was watchable and covered sports.

Now he is resorting to telling Gaines, a decorated female swimmer, that she “sucked” because she opposes naked men in women’s locker rooms and believes male athletes have an unfair advantage in the field of play.

A back-and-forth between the two started Wednesday night after Olbermann responded to a Twitter comment Gaines had made on another post.

Gaines took on Democrat Nebraska State Sen. Megan Hunt for advocating for sacred women’s spaces to be eliminated.

According to the “woke” Left,  replacing women with men is now somehow a feminist stance.

Nebraska’s Republican Gov. Jim Pillen established a so-called “Bill of Rights” for women into the state’s law by executive order and was succinct in his comments about it.

“It is common sense that men do not belong in women’s only spaces,” Pillen said.

“As governor, it is my duty to protect our kids and women’s athletics, which means providing single-sex spaces for women’s sports, bathrooms, and changing rooms.”

Hunt suffered a meltdown over the executive order.

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Gaines didn’t have any sympathy for the radical Democrat, however, and rubbed salt into her wounds.

“Defining woman = ridiculous to state senator Megan Hunt,” Gaines tweeted.

She included three clown emojis and asked Nebraskans to remember Hunt’s stance on women’s rights during her next election.

Olbermann was somehow triggered by Gaines’ comments and injected himself into the debate.

However, Olbermann’s idea of debating the issue was to insult Gaines’ athletic abilities with false claims.

“Can you just address the reality and move past it?” Olbermann tweeted at Gaines.

“You sucked at swimming. That’s why you lost,” he added.

Gaines’ career accomplishments speak for themselves.

One look at her swimming record shows she far from “sucked.”

But Olbermann was apparently referring to her tying Lia Thomas, a man, for fifth place in the women’s 200-meter NCAA championship last year.

The response ratio was brutal for Olbermann.

Gaines fired back at Olbermann and cut him down to size with a brutal one-liner:

Since getting fired from ESPN, Olbermann now spends his days trolling people on social media since he can no longer get or keep high-profile jobs.

Others soon followed by shredding Olbermann over his comments.

“This is profoundly dumb even for you, Keith,” Outkick founder Clay Travis said.

@Riley_Gaines_ was one of the best women’s collegiate swimmers in the country.

“She was forced to swim against a man pretending to be a woman.

“Do you really think men’s and women’s sports shouldn’t be separated?”

Many other Twitter users piled on to inform Olbermann that he humiliated himself with his comments.

As Travis pointed out, Olbermann was at one point a respected sportscaster.

However, his all-consuming leftist agenda has now seen him dying on a bizarre hill by attacking a woman who is leading the charge in protecting female sports.

READ MORE: Megyn Kelly Crushes Keith Olbermann: ‘You’ve Become a Bitter Man with a Cold, Lonely Life’

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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