This one word will resonate through history as Andrew Breitbart’s final message for all conservative fighting the ideological battle in new media, at the ballot box, and at tea party rallies all around the nation. Breitbart exposed how the mainstream media has twisted the narrative to suit their own ideological pursuits. As a pioneer of new-media journalism, he exposed biased reporting hiding behind a guise of “truth” and fought back against the “war” waged by liberal media giants against everyday Americans hungry for accuracy in media.
The film Hating Breitbart is Andrew Breitbart’s memoir, perfectly detailing the highs and lows of his daily battles. I was lucky enough to catch a showing of the film on Friday night in St. Louis with several people who knew Andrew very well, including Dana Loesch, Chris Loesch and Jim Hoft. In the audience, I could sense the pain of the happy warrior’s passing. However, I could also feel inspiration ripple through the audience. Andrew Breitbart loved what he did and that passion in infectious to both those who knew him and those in awe of his work.
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