(FOX NEWS) -- Former MSNBC host Keith Olbermann on Monday declared he used to date Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., and feels his former fling has lost her way because she used to be "far" more progressive than him.
Olbermannn was bothered after NBC reporter Sahil Kapur tweeted a quote in which Sinema praised Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., quote-tweeting it and informing followers that Sinema was a "legit progressive" when they had a relationship. Sinema has enraged many figures on the left for her moderate approach since taking office in 2019, such as her stance about preserving the Senate filibuster.
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"When we dated, in 2010-11, Kyrsten was a legit progressive, far to my left. Now she has embraced the Political Industry where there is only process, not policy, and never people," Olbermann wrote before throwing in an apparent jab at NBC’s Chuck Todd.