By Jamo Lorswal
Maer Roshan, writing for The Fix 3/4/12, claims Andrew Breitbart died in 2012 of a “hard drinking, high strung person that often lapsed into rages.”
Breitbart was adopted in 1969 to Gerald and Arlene Breitbart. Raised Jewish he claimed his birth certificate indicates his father was a folk singer.
Writing a column Real Clear Politics for the Washington Times he networked to create a new conservative yet radical, series of news outlets.
He’d go on to be sued, proved to be inserting fake news, yet in 2010 received the “Reed Irvine Accuracy in Media Award”
On January 1st, 2011 the Conservative gay rights group GOProud enrolled Andrew as a member.
In 1992, Barack Obama was registering people to vote under the Project Vote under ACORN which was funded by HUD.
ACORN went down, under a series of illegal accusations, and dissolved as of 2010. Andrew Breitbart broke ACORN.
Among other attacks, Breitbart was able to consolidate information flow, that might have been stymied after his early death.
Andrew Breitbart died at age 43.
One of the last tweets of Andrew was “How prog-guru John Podesta isn’t heralded as the world’s worst under age sex slave op cover-upperer defending unspeakable drugs escapes me,” years-before the prediction of Pedogate.
British Tory Military Police Agent Louise Mensch claimed that Breitbart was murdered by Russian agents.
“Andrew Breitbart was not murdered but worked himself to death,” says Lee Stranohan, who worked for Breitbart, and quit.
Breitbart claimed to have videos of Barack Obama hanging out with leftist bombers ‘The Weather Underground’ and Fox News’ Sean Hannity claims to possess these videos.
There are two versions of Breitbart’s death. One where he collapsed in his living room in the presence of his father and Michael Savage’s report that Andrew was walking home after midnight and collapsed, a neighbor noticed and called 911.
Bill Ayers and Bernadine Dohrn launched Barack Obama’s career in a fundraiser in their Chicago home. The couple had been fugitives for years as henchmen and women of the domestic leftwing terror group, the “Weather Underground” which led a series of bombings in the 60’s and 70’s.
In the documentary “No Place To Hide”, ex-Weatherman Larry Grathwohl revealed that one of the ideas of the Weather Underground was that “re-education camps should be set up in the southwest” and that an estimated 25 million US citizens would have to be “eliminated”.
In this ping pong game, was Andrew Breitbart murdered?