So, should we take Breitbart’s newfound horror at Nehlen particularly seriously? Let’s take a look at the evidence. These are the same people whose moral scruples led them to send reporters down to Alabama in an attempt to discredit Roy Moore’s accusers — and even Breitbart’s editor-in-chief Alex Marlow now admits that he believes that the woman who accused Moore of molesting her when she was 14 “had a lot of credibility.” These are the same folks who use globes around particular names, leading their own editor-at-large, Joel Pollak, to admit that he’s not fond of the term “globalist” because “it’s similar to the kind of thing that people have said in the past when they want to target minorities…Yeah, I don’t like the globe.”
Breitbart News isn’t an anti-Semitic outlet. But they’re certainly willing to hobnob with anti-Semites and societal dregs whom Steve Bannon believes can benefit him. And that’s not going to stop just because they got caught with their pants around their ankles with Paul Nehlen. Andrew Breitbart would be ashamed of what the publication bearing his name has become.