Video: Breitbart’s finest hour?
posted at 12:02 pm on March 1, 2013 by Guy Benson
One year ago, many of us awoke to the sickening news that beloved conservative mischief-maker Andrew Breitbart had died suddenly of a heart attack. He was 43. As we pause to honor Andrew’s legacy and wonderfully unorthodox contributions to the movement, here’s a look back at what goes down in my book as his single greatest moment of political guerrilla warfare — the day he half-accidentally hijacked embattled Rep. Anthony Weiner’s press conference. Surreal:
“I’m Andrew Breitbart, by the way.”
Rest in Peace, friend.
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