In a fairly surprising display of objectivity, Countdown host Keith Olbermann included the folks at StarvingEyes Advergaming -- creators of an online game video game titled "Tea Party Zombies Must Die" -- in his "Worst Persons" segment. Olbermann even urged viewers to boycott StarvingEyes until they "pull the plug" on the violent game.
In the game, players can realize their blood-lust for the right by gunning down prominent conservatives with an Uzi. Among the “zombies” available for slaughter: Glenn Beck, Brit Hume, Bill O’Reilly, Sean Hannity, Michele Bachmann, Sarah Palin and Newt Gingrich and the Koch brothers.
The far-left Olbermann, clearly offended by the game, clarified for his audience that, "It doesn't matter how you feel about those people...there is no place for this." He added that there is "no excuse" for being the "thing," or, person, that "tips a mental case" over the edge to carry out an act of violence against one of the people featured in the game, or tips "another mental case" to exact revenge against a political opponent.
"Boycott StarvingEyes until they pull the plug on this," he added:
For reference, below is a clip of featured scenes from "Tea Party Zombies Must Die":