Thursday, March 01, 2012


I prefer to keep quiet rather than speak ill of the dead.  So let's allow Andrew Breitbart's body of work to speak for him.

On the day Ted Kennedy died, Mr. Breitbart had no problem with his Twitter account. From ThinkProgress on August 26, 2009:

Early this morning, news broke that Sen. Ted Kennedy had passed away after serving in the U.S. Senate for nearly 50 years. Soon after, conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart began a sustained assault on Kennedy’s memory, tweeting “Rest in Chappaquiddick.”

Breitbart unapologetically attacked Kennedy, calling him a “villain,” “a big ass motherf@#$er,” a “duplicitous bastard” and a “prick.” “I’ll shut my mouth for Carter. That’s just politics. Kennedy was a special pile of human excrement,” wrote Breitbart in one tweet.
When Politico’s Michael Calderone highlighted Breitbart’s attacks in an article called, “Not all Kennedy critics hold fire,” a pleased Breitbart tweeted:

Andrew Breitbart tweets about Politico covering his tweets.

Classy guy.  He will be missed.


1 comment:

antipundit said...

A poisoned and poisonous soul. May whatever God he believed in have mercy on him.