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Actor-comedian Orson Bean, 91, hit and killed by car in LA
"Or is it being the witty actor and comedian was killed as he was crossing the street in Los Angeles Friday night according to authorities he was ninety one third ranking number three our do you know anything about contact lenses for chickens being was a panelist on to tell the truth in the sixties the actor appeared in more than a hundred TV shows and films his career spanned more than six decades including a recurring role on desperate housewives we now these are our last days together so what's the point of holding back police say being was walking in Venice when he was led by one vehicle and bell a second robber that struck and killed him the actor is survived by a wife and four children who was also the father in law of the late conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart I'm Julie Walker
Fresh update on "andrew breitbart" discussed on WBSM 1420 Programming
"And it was just the coolest thing I've ever seen on this one of the big problems with Andrew Bright, but God rest his soul that he would give other people great breaking news. Itwas He was unbelievably generous in that way, and he really came into his own as you might recall. It's such a great observation by you. What was the thing where Andrew got super duper famous? It was when he helped James O'Keefe Frank James O'Keefe's first story. Right on a cord. It was Andrew masterminded the rollout. James and teaching teaching James the neo fight How you Roll out how you You lure the fake news industrial complex in with little snippets of a story that they slammed as Oh, That's a lie. That's a life and then you hit them with the hammer. A week later, people who and you know the story very well because it's in his book, righteous indignation, which you should also get to and read multiple times as I have, and I'm not joking. Recommended to books too. Books to everybody in the last five years, Hillbilly elegy They're both. What about Greece? I autobiographies. I never read autobiographies these to a life changes. Hillbilly elegy. That explains what happened to America. And why Donald Trump got elected by somebody who wasn't a transporter, JD Vans and Andrew Breitbart's right. Righteous indignation. If you won't understand where we are today, just Chapter six is essential reading. Sorry, Alex. It's a good recommendation. I love hillbilly Elegy. I just had a conversation with J. D. Vance yesterday, and I think that guy's got on the show, You know, just just privately. He's gonna come by show soon, but he's I think he's got that guy's got a future. Because that guy's got a future. Got a future? Good. You take a train full of marine. Um, the S O the not to name drop to blatantly, but it's still too to coincidentally brought that up. The S O. The In the book and you watch through how all of the injuries friends who the biggest names in media said to him drop all of these acorn tasted wants O'Keefe. It's six or seven at the time, Andrew Buck them all and say we're gonna drip drip drip to one at a time, and we're not just gonna get a corn I'm gonna get the media and we're going to get the media to say this is a one off. This is out of contacts. And then you keep dropping tape after tape until it's just It's beautiful. There's still more tapes. There's at least one or two that I don't know why they're still out there. Maybe next time you talk to James, you should ask that. Well, what about my colleague? I thought Larry Elder was influential. Larry Elder was my first boss. I interned for Larry Elder because again talk radio, the ultimate populist medium. I reached Out to have Larry come to my prep school. Harvard Westlake, the most well known prep school in on and I loved his libertarian style of conservatism. I've kind of come to more of the traditional conservatism is I've got a little older, but I love the libertarian. Um, libertarian? Yeah, and and I love that that really spoke to me, and I thought he'd be a perfect speaker for my high school on I reached out and hey, was interested, and then I spoke to the school, the school said he was not necessarily an appropriate speaker. That was the phrase all because he's black and conservative. I guess I guess I guess so. I guess even then, in the school's gotten 50 times, Welker Stands A Zafar as I have been told. Luckily, I have been in attendance in awhile. No need to go back to high school again. But I wrote a letter and I wrote him a little bit about what was happening. I kept in touch with them while I was in Berkeley and in between, I interned them. I interned for him for a while and it was because when I wrote to him a letter He read it, and he responded to it, and he appreciated it. And then I go over to his shop. He's got this incredible house on the top of Mulholland in Los Angeles, and he's got the small operation takes show Prep seriously says he does nine hours a day. He says he does nine hours a day, so he and he chose so fast paced And he fits 6000 radiant in three hours. I mean, the speed that we got delivers, and I just admired him so much. He's writing books. He's writing columns. And on my good days, I was researching for his calm and on my bad days, I was taking the car. The car wash. That's okay. I was 18. So that was fine and I'd listen to talk radio in the car while it was happening so not the end of the world, But it was it person to really extend himself to me. And I think that was why I got him with the Andrew was that credit on my resume and became Andrews first employee. And, but it's just just to remind you of how important the talk radio host think of their audience. We love the audience more the powers that be I know it's true for you. It's true for me. And it's true for rush. Yeah, and he never talked down. He never took it for granted. And as I've told my listeners, I knew him via emails, and he endorsed my first book. When I met him at the White House Christmas party two years ago, I couldn't believe it was him standing by himself along the wall, no entourage, no ego and incredibly modest guy who's like us. That's why 24 million.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Tell us who he was, and why he was so important to where we are today. So he understood the, the I kind of consider a profit almost in that he was about a decade ahead of his time, and understanding the big institutions of media of culture out in Hollywood with them. How media works and how social media works in these big tech companies. Now, you see this is becoming a major issue. Right. And then also with the left in government in, in how they were going in targeting conservatives, we had a big story today on Breitbart, about true, the vote, which is one of the conservative election integrity, organizations. Right. And they were one of the ones that was targeted heavily by not just stay Obama IRS and Lois Lerner. But they were targeted by the holder DOJ. They were talking to by OSHA, the department of labor all sorts of other. Good banana Republic. Banana republic. Right. And so they, they came after them very, very hard. And so they fought back. They did a lawsuit. And last year, they won their loss. There was a consent order that the judge sign the IRS admitted wrongdoing against them. It took them eight years to get to a place where they won their lawsuit. Then it was another year and a half before the IRS agreed to pay their legal. Okay. Decade fighting the system. But it was it's really interesting that. What was the end result is judge ordered that IRS has to pay all of the legal fees back and so they're working out the exact number right now? But they've asked for one point nine million. So the good guys. Well, the good guys won. And, but it was if you go back to the very, very beginning of this story in two thousand ten the first phone call that a Catherine Engelbrecht. She says, there are Schori I didn't interview this morning that she got from anyone out there was from Andrew Breitbart, who promised to stand by her. And he says, let me be rodeo clown, right? So Andrew like the guy who ran into the fire, because it was the right thing to do. But he always had a sense. For where the big story is coming to this before anybody else had like this sixth sense that this is the important story. Nobody believes it, but this is what's whether it's a cone, or whether it's anything else he knew it didn't he? And so everybody remembers Andrew for the acorn story or Anthony Weiner. Right. Everybody remembers that, but the thing is that he, he, he was much more than just any one of these individual stories that he understood that narrative, rightly, he saw the narrative coming two-three years. Sometimes ten years house to translate it and dish it out. That was his present it in ways of people understood why this is a big story. Right. Exactly. And, again the way that he the happy warrior, I mean, I spent hours and hours and hours on the phone with Andrew. For years, a couple years, I met him the first time I met him actually, it was, I was working on a story for daily caller back when I was a reporter. There about this leftist group that was deceptively, editing. Tepa videos of tea party rallies. Right. And so this was the very, very beginning of the tea party movement before the twenty ten election. And I remember emailing Andrew saying, I'd like to do it interview with you, because I hear you're pretty good about speaking out about things like this. He just sends back one thing. Just phone number. Right. I wrote all this big massive. Can I have you, you that's it? So I call we just hit it off media lead. So we spent for years afterwards, spent many times, talking on the phone together, we work together on all sorts of different things that Andrew Breitbart, we, we're going to talk about more about who he was why he was special. And then what I want us to walk down the will through is his effect on the body politic. Breitbart, Trump and twenty sixteen. We're talking to Matthew Boyle. He is the editor in Washington DC, full Breitbart dot com. I'm Sebastian Gorka, this America..
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Colleges universities, every major city all the major city police departments most of the publishing in this country. Whether it's throwing Google Facebook Twitter. Why is the left controlled every major cultural institution in America? You know, there was an Italian communist around World War Two Dame dantonio grand Sheikh who is imprisoned by Mussalini. And and one of the things that he, you know, his seminal work influenced many Marxist over the last six decades ever since and in a seminal work. He described how Marxism would do a better job of taking over cultures through infiltration rather than provocation, and he called it his cO long March through the institution, and essentially it was the March cyst version of what Andrew Breitbart was once famous for observing politics, flows, downstream from culture. And so while we were so focused as conservatives on organizing, politically and winning the next election, and we have to win the next election and all my life effort at the next election by Republicans America's over while they were doing that while we were doing that living essentially paycheck to paycheck, politically, but we were trying to win elections, brother. They were winning generations. And so they are in this for the long haul and they now control even though they are vastly outnumbered most of America's not conservative. But assures LA communist either. So while they're dramatically outnumbered in terms of the general population. They are strategically located and placed and it really and hegemony of every major cultural marker in America to the point that they can almost withstand multitudes of election losses. You mentioned what's happened during the Obama years. I think it's one thousand sixty seven Democrats nationwide lost elections after the after the passing of ObamaCare from two thousand and nine to two thousand and sixteen so they can withstand all of that. Because they control those major cultural centers and here and here in Washington. You can't even get the Republican party on a basic level. Forget what your position on life is for me. It's a window to the soul issue. But how about politics one on one don't give your political enemies free money and here at the Republic. Give five hundred billion dollars every year to Planned Parenthood, which they will then use to go turn around and raise money. They've been the biggest sugar daddy at the Democratic Party. My entire lifetime Bill we get. So forget having the Republicans push back on the education establishment. We can't even start getting a stop giving our money to baby killers oppose them, essentially one hundred percent. We have about a minute remaining. How do you see this playing out the next several days? I think at some point the president's going to issue the executive order what he's going to say is it's a it's a major crisis. So it's national emergency is gonna throw to the courts that'll take two years and open up the government. We're never going to get the border fence because if he does that or get to the court system, and that'll be kicked around for two years. If he does that we're not going to get a border fence. And I think the Republicans like McConnell and McCarthy at some point we'll collapse have about forty five seconds remaining Steve days ADC a plan out. If we don't, however the sense if we don't see a shovel. Hitting the dirt on a wall. Shortly thereafter, the outcome. Whatever it is is the next read my lips Republican President Bill. It's a pass fail. He has to win this. No if no curves he has to win pass fail. Couldn't agree more, otherwise he'll become Jimmy Carter and Bush forty one. And that would be sad. Well, Stephen days. Thank you. The puck is truth bombs. It's everywhere. And once again, thanks for coming on the Bill Cunningham show. And Steve you're a great American. I appreciate it by the sandy you God bless God bless America. Let's continue with more. Takeaway, Republicans and Democrats are two branches of the same tree. Let's continue with more. Bill cunningham. The great American live with you every Sunday night. This is NewsRadio twelve hundred w ho.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"We're going to give you chaos, but that chaos going to break out on your side when you lose and we exercise raw political power. You're going to turn on yourselves as you realize you force to look in the mirror what you did to an innocent man. Larry O'Connor from w. a. l. c. on FOX. Once in a while has a really, really great piece in Washington Times. I knew Joe knows Larry's a friend is good guy. Larry as a piece in Washington Times today, I cannot suggest in strong enough terms you read, it's at the top of my shows Irish peace about Andrew Breitbart. Andrew Breitbart was once a liberal God rest man. So not only that was a pretty hard liberal lived in California was surrounded by liberals as Andrew Breitbart said to Larry, Larry new. I'm Larry was one of the original Breitbart guys along with Dana and Steven, Crowder and Ben Shapiro. Breitbart had said to him, it was the factory setting, which I thought the great line liberalism was the factory Senate. Yeah. If you lived in California the minute, you were birth and took your first breath of oxygen. Liberalism was the default setting. Conservatism was a mission to get there if you got there at all. But Larry says that there was a transformative moment and he knew Andrew. Well that changed the Andrews life and not only changed his mind. But as Larry said, radicalized them in the conservative direction. I didn't know this show. What was that moment. No, I didn't either was the Clarence Thomas hearings. So we're Andrew says he watched an innocent man. Clarence Thomas has reputation be utterly and completely destroyed in front of a national audience. According to Larry, Andrew was never the same and it's not that it changed Andrew. A lot of people change. It's not that it changes voter registration, not that it changes voting habits. It changed everything. If radicalized them. Made him see the light and it made him see the fight at it made Andrew understand that this was a street fight a street fight that had to be weighed on that had to be played out on the pages of the internet on the pages of newspapers out in activist circles and the public space everywhere. It had to be thirty front war like the left claims. They're waging on us. It had to be Andrew understood that politics was downstream of culture. We had a fight in a culture. We had a fight economically. We had a fight everywhere using raw political power. I didn't know that about him. Now, why is the article important? Frankly, again, you may not care about Andrew Breitbart. You may not be. What does that have to do with anything, then you know what it has to do with. Andrew, Breitbart s- lift and shift. Into conservatism and move into conservative ball. Joe. Started Breitbart that launched the careers of Shapiro Dana, Steve, Crowder. Other, I mean tons of others. You have Matt Boyle, you have others ever. I mean, all of these people who flowed through the Breitbart machine. The point Larry's trying to make is America now saw national television, the evil, the evil, not misfeasance. The mouth eases the maliciousness, the evil of the democrat party play out on national television over a course of weeks. They saw it play out. There are straight thinking, sane. American people who have only been marginally evolved in politics for a long time who will now become activists and will never be the same because of what the pure evil they watched on television. How many other Andrew Breitbart are out there. I'll leave you with one final thing on this topic for we move on. Trump's approvals now fifty one percent. Folks, no matter what happens today. We'll do a quick update for you later, but no matter what happens today, understand this. This has blown up big time in the Democrats face and the smart Democrats, very few that are left. Absolutely know. It. Montana, New Jersey, Florida. Indiana. North Dakota, West Virginia. You all have said Tennessee. You all have Senate races that are competitive right now. You have to show up in a mountainous wave of people and flush these people out of DC by them a one way. Ticket home. I don't like spending tax dollars, but the best tax dollars ever spent. They're going to be the one way tickets you buy for these Democrats senators, right out of Washington DC plant their butts right back in their home state in retirement. Fifty one percent approval..
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"With Charlie hurt and the whole team over there at the times until today. My presence there has been on their website. I'm sort of like a regular blogger commenter columnist there on the very dynamic Washington Times dot com website will starting tomorrow for the first time and now on a weekly basis every Friday, I will be in their printed edition as well printed column, which is kinda cool, you know, they still do print newspaper there one of the few that still do it, and and that will appear tomorrow, and I mostly going to be writing and column Nuys ING and publishing and printing and opining about the media about the media. So my media column begins tomorrow, and it's really kind of cool for me. Because when I first started working with Andrew Breitbart, all those many years ago, gosh almost ten years ago. Now, he was a weekly columnist at the Washington Times. In fact, people don't remember this. Andrew Breitbart, first website was called big Hollywood big Hollywood dot com. That's what started it all for Andrew. I shouldn't say first website his first opinion website. He had a he had Breitbart dot com, which was responsible for aggregating wire. Services and things like that. But when he got into the the what we now know as Breitbart news when he got into that world the first site that he started was big Hollywood. He got that name from his Washington Times column. His Washington Times column was called big Hollywood. So it's very special to me to show up on the pages of the Washington Times tomorrow. So if you get it take a look for it if you don't get the Washington Times. Well, you should get it. And you'll be able to read my column every week we continue with this conversation about films, speaking of big Hollywood films that should never be remade. As we are getting an update now on the progress of the new remake of west side story by season Spielberg, and Tony Kushner the man who brought you angels in America. The gay odyssey about aids. In the eighties, and they're now taking up west side story. Well, there should be a list. There should be a list of movies that are just protected by a pain of death or torture that there should never be touched. How about Jerry and Levitz Ville, Jerry, you're on wwl. Thanks for taking my call. You bet I have two and one being CASA Blanca, Amen. The other one just because I'd be afraid of what they would do with the political climate being what it is today. Gone with the wind. Yeah. I wonder gone with the wind couldn't be made today. I don't think just because and not because it's necessarily pro confederacy or certainly not pro slavery. I think you know, it's it's pretty historical in the way that it takes the story. Arc of what happened on there? I think it would just be that it wasn't, you know, anti south. It was an antique confederacy. You know, it wasn't. It didn't paint. Everyone is a devil. They'd almost have to change it into something like that. Anyway, put it out there. They would have to rewrite it the fact that any member of the confederacy is seen in any sympathetic light would be a real problem for them. Thank you, Jerry. I appreciate it. I agree. Both of those movies are especially Casablanca. Oh my God. I not like gone with the wind in terms of its the pageantry of it and just the scale of it and how you know epic. It is and of course, the performances in I see this is going to be heretical. But I I think that some of the dialogue just sounds phony in that movie. I did there's some of it. It just seems so over the top melodrama to me where I mean CASA to me Casablanca could very well be the perfect film in every respect in the dialogue. The story. The cinematography the performances the casting there is finding a flaw in Casablanca. I'll give you a dollar. I dare you. Try to. Find me one flaw in Casablanca. How about Vicky in Maryland Vicky, what's on your list? Taking the call. You bet. I think the Lord of the rings that Jackson did. Absolutely perfect. Yeah. Yeah. I don't think they could even try to attempt to remake that movie they barely made their money back out that cost so much. Vicky. Have you seen the director's cut the believe it or not there are longer versions of those three movies? I actually have I actually have them. It's a it's an amazing how superior they are. Right. It's. Yeah. Just aren't as good as I agree with you. Vicki I wouldn't touch those movies either need a little more modern movie that can't be changed the the Lord of the rings trilogy. How about Kevin and Falls Church? Kevin. What movies should never be touched? From my head, Dr Strangelove or how I learned to stop worrying and love the bomb. Yeah. They let's just say every Stanley Kubrick movie. Can we say, although also in that vein has the glory? They just redid the shining though. Did you see that they did that for cable? I think. Butchered at quite awful. It was awful. It was terrible. Improved on the shining is to CGI animated. Yeah. They'd have it turned into animals. There's no way there's no way they could ever make it as scary and Erie and just totally messed up as that Stanley Kubrick on with John Jack Nicholson. Only goes in someone someone will get the idea to give it a shot. That's right because no one has an original idea in that town. Kevin. Thank you. How about Frank in Maryland, Frank you're on WMA? What movie should never be remade? I would say. Steve McQueen, right? All that chase scene in San Francisco. Can they could never remake that right? They couldn't. I mean, it was all live action. And it was real. Yeah. No CGI. That's a great point. That's a great movie. I haven't seen bulletin like twenty-five years. I got to see that movie. Again. Thank you, Frank. I'm I'm writing these down. So I can. How about Jeff in Hollywood Maryland. All right. We need Hollywood Maryland, a lecture Hollywood, California. Jeff. Go ahead. You're up. Yes, Jeff, you're up. Go dirty dozen. And Kelly's heroes. I don't know Kelly's heroes, but I know dirty dozen and you're right. I love the dirty which is Kelly's heroes as well. Clint Eastwood, Don Rickles, Donald Sutherland. Is that what the negative ways Moriarty? I'll look it up. I don't know that movie. I'm sad to say, but dirty dozen is brilliant. Gotta love.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Doing even if you're just in your facebook page getting into an argument with your leftie liberal brotherinlaw or at the coffee machine arguing with the guy in the cubicle next year who thinks that everything the bernie sanders says is gospel whenever you start engaging in that argument when you get into that debate and you wanna embolden yourself you know you start to think i'm part of andrew breitbart war this is the war right so so many of us jump into that you've even seen it as a hashtag on social media if you if you hang out in those realms write hashtag war my very good friend dana lash you know her i'm sure from their great work with the nra and nra tv she's always doing the war thing and i get that john multi who still writes at the news websites is a absolute and totally devoted warrior when it comes to going against the mainstream media and discovering their deceit easy these there with the war even the the very intellectual and mild mannered ben shapiro gets into the war sometimes right it's war war war what is this war really was andrew breitbart really at war with everyone was he constantly guy who was fighting a war or was this war remark actually a berry berry specific fight that he was willing and able to engage in and and is the war actually finally finding its context with ironically our current commander in chief the person who is the commander in chief of our actual armed forces well has donald trump actually taken the figurative war did andrew breitbart was fighting and is he actually fulfilled the original context of andrew breitbart swore let's explore this for a moment a first of all something you should know about me i used to work with andrew breitbart i was the editor in chief of what was then called breitbart tv he hired me i was i think the seventh or eighth person to be hired for the breitbart sites it was before it was what you know now is breitbart news network in one andrew breitbart started he had big government big hollywood big journalism breitbart tv breitbart dot com which is now the in encapsulation of all of those sites put together as breitbart news network breitbart dot com.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"War said it with a smile on his face he said it with that that mischievous impish little expression that only andrew breitbart had it only andrew breitbart could carry off in saying or because you have brought this you wanna war i'll meet you on the battlefield war but but but everyone focuses on war as if andrew breitbart in his entire legacy was about constantly engaging in a war but understand he was responding everything that he said right before the word war how how the tea party movement and sarah palin and michele bachmann and alan west and the people that have gone out there against the mainstream media and you're gonna call us racist you're gonna call us potential timothy mcveigh's blank you war the war is in response to the tactics of the left the war is in response to the mainstream media and activists on the left who say because you care about this country because you are upset about the direction of this country because you want to turn this country so the basic values and principles that it was founded upon that there's something wrong with you that your the crazy one that you're the racist one that you're the potential terrorists okay i'll fight that war that was andrew breitbart war that's what he was ready to engage in that's what he did engage in that's what his legacy was at that time so so how is that relevant today what does that got to do with president trump well it seems obvious doesn't it look at president trump's rallies look at the way president trump presents himself as commander in chief as the president united states look at how he engages in that war with the mainstream media and how often is his willingness to fight these people even in ways that i don't always agree with i know you don't always agree with him i know you wish he would put down the twitter once in a while i'm with you i know i wouldn't say the things that president trump says you probably wouldn't say the things that president trump says you might even think that it's unpresidential it probably is by every definition of modern times unpresidential but he fights and he continues to fight and he won't let it go and he won't put it down and he does that more often than not not to defend himself not to fight for himself not to push back about things that are said about him oftentimes more often than not it's to fight for you it's the fight for me it's to push back against the mainstream media suggestion that oh sure you wanna call him hitler that's fine but as donny deutsch said last week it's not about trump being the next hitler because the people who support trump the people who voted for trump if he's hitler that makes them nazis and that's the war that he's now finding finally andrew breitbart s iconic war prophecy of twenty twelve has now reached fruition with this president and he's actually fighting it using the bully pulpit of the oval office it's more than andrew by becker ever imagined i think and i'm often asked hey you worked with andrew you knew andrew and by the way anyone who worked with andrew was also andrews friends that was the beauty of working at breitbart back in those early days when we were all renegades when when we were the pirate ship of the internet and so his loss was that much harder for all of us because not only did we lose our boss but we lost lost our friend and i'm often asked well what would breitbart think about trump and the only honest answer to that question is i have no idea and anyone who tells you otherwise one way or the other shouldn't trust them completely because we don't have any idea most of us who worked with him on a daily basis would be surprised every single day about a decision he made or something that he decided to do because you could never know with andrew i don't know what he would think about donald trump.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Andrew breitbart our next week or now in prior years he addressed the cpac conferees oftentimes on a saturday morning it was interesting they always put on saturday morning because see saturday morning that's actually when mark levin now gets his chance to do his speech sometimes that's the last year at cpac he was saturday morning and there's a reason for that because on saturday morning they want to get somebody who will be a draw for the faithful people who will you know overcome the pains of hangover saturday as many call who've attended cpac over the years you know i'll i'll get past what i'm feeling right now because the last night's parties the friday night parties at cpac but i'll show up and i'll be there because i want to hear mark levin or back then i want to hear andrew breitbart but this time he was a main speaker and earlier that morning he and i had actually filled in for a national radio host dennis miller in fact at the time and we we hosted that show together from the radio row at cpac and this was at a time when the primaries for two thousand twelve or in full tilt it was mitt romney versus newt gingrich versus rick santorum right and i remember talking i can't remember if it was on the air off the air because with andrew breitbart could never really tell but i remember him remarking that he was so tired of the primary process because he hated it when we were all arguing with each other he didn't care who the nominee was in two thousand twelve he just wanted somebody so that we could fight obama his argument his fight was with the left and he wanted the primaries just be over with so we could all coalesce behind the nominee go after obama keep obama from getting his reelection right and understand occupy wall street was going on at the time and as far as he was concerned occupy wall street was the perfect personification of brock obama's presidency they're thug like behavior these organized anarchist polluting america's streets and these hypocritical criminals who were who were living in filth because of their funded political 'cause they were making a lot of money these organiz wall street groups were they were very well funded but they all lived in filth and they dirtied our streets for their own political purposes he hated occupy and he wanted that to be the fight he was ready for that fight so here we are in the cpac main ballroom ready for for andrew breitbart speech the lights dim and a giant screen descends and suddenly we're watching the trailer for a movie called hating breitbart and it started like this here's cut one i am so sick of the media dictating the terms of the narrative in this country i'm so sick of having to be apologetic for who i am so sick of people in middle america being called flyover country or slope headed yeah and then it immediately cuts to all of these interspersed video clips of rachel maddow and keith olbermann and anderson cooper and all these other people in the mainstream media doing exactly that deriding and castigating and and mocking various grassroots conservative groups calling them tea baggers insulting them treating them like their voices aren't important like they don't have a legitimate right to speak out about the leftward lurch of our country under barack obama that's how that trailer was set up and then it ended with this the leftist stood for with political correctness is to try and get those with whom they disagree to shut up and the tea party movement and sarah palin shell bachman talent west and all the all the people that have gone out there against the mainstream media and said you're gonna call us racist you're gonna call us potential timothy mcveigh's you war and the place went nuts the place went absolutely insane for that message and understand something about that last word you heard him say a.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"He was the guy that really put them on the map no he certainly did that he has been the executive chairman since 2012 um you know somebody who was sort of a background stick your in dc politics until the 2016 election uh you know somebody who really kind of worked behind the scenes and built you know the media empire from uh what was left by andrew breitbart so this is certainly a very pick development and it frankly shows the no power that the president has right now with the conservative base uh there was um you know some sort of expectation that this could result in a schism between uh the white house and the great berkeley the party on which you know has been extended to include just much more than love sentenced off it also lodged auto based uh as well as um you know a lot of political operatives across the republican spectrum uh but that didn't really play out next did we stop us subtle rather quickly with um you know breitbart uh party way something that'd be white house has um you know publicly given in okay too with the white house press secretary sarah sanders saying that that was indeed got breitbart should have considered it looked at and that's really shocking you know it's it's worth noting that the guardian article that really started assault rolling that included the initial michael wolff quotes start and had provided to him um you know was only released less than a week ago uh uh it'll be one it'll stay so they see a week at around eleven three tomorrow which is absolutely shocking considering it feels like many many do cycles ago um so that when he just shows how quickly uh this was crushed and that is something that is um very surprising on the face of it boy i totally agree with that too jesse jackson thanks as always appreciate it thank you something else has kind.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on Remso Republic
"And the a lot of my personality is very similar to his i'm very blunt uh even in my normal life whether it's uh for good or bad but i ended up saying this is a character that i've got to build my own version of even though i was managing a developing other impersonators and that's how i fell into this thing uh and it's quite interesting 'cause i over the years i've studied saul alinsky uh andrew breitbart a lot of important people in politics from the right in the left and the the character that i've created with trump is very similar to trump and i believe that he has a full understanding of all of uh you know of alinsky tactics of what andrew breitbart talked about donald trump i think has been studying this stuff for the last thirty years so my character is only a reflection of some of the things that i believe that he understands that's why it's such a fund character to play and that's why some of the other guys i have the do trump which were used for a lot of corporate events they can't go into depth the way that idea because i do most the mice jeff on the fly exactly and that's the incredible thing but you know everything you just mentioned i think most americans it's like their understanding of history started when barack obama was president and they don't necessarily care about the things that went on in the bush administration the you know it's like they they have to go back to like ito ancient scrolls to know what happens when bill clinton was president and he is now with this this this fall towards globalism and authoritarianism it didn't just happened with obama and it's not just stopping just because of trump um but it's absolutely insane that you know you were getting involved with this new saudi seeds for destruction being plans by the progressives you know even during the bush administration.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"You know breitbart has a raid it has an internet radio show and he was he was the whole he was hosting at last night taking calls and trying to well basically uh in a second hand way plaque eight the president but i i don't think he's the i don't think he's a happy you know i don't think he's mollified by by the calls that the bannon took last night i'll read impeachable ethic a couple of calls first on the how we carshow jodie year next with how we cargo ahead judy howat hey you thank you ex and i saw you on some program i look good you didn't have your earphones on but i recognize the it says guy he's just really handsome so that's what he says anyway i w i wanted to say i think this is a distraction i think he's doing this with trump i i just think that there are some things that they have to distract because i think bannon's a really nice guy really so jewelry yeah you do you did that was i strange would i i like i andrew breitbart i like him yeah i mean the thing is though i mean isn't this sort of a betrayal of what he andrew breitbart was all about we didn't andrew breitbart wants to member how he guide yeah he died mysteriously after he had a couple of drinks at some bar in allah he was walk any dog cut had the same thing happened to me my heart stopped within twenty four hours of planning his heart stopped and he'd guy but failure okay so it's it's close to being a fullblown hey cheat she said you are handsome howard come on i know i leave as loud you'll have some respect dg vi judy francis your next with highway cargo had francis you there for its us yes i'm helo owner to comment of a book about the burma situation yes i think he is i can see brutal y yeah he thought about to be trump trump brutual right that's of luggage the new york yesterday at two bannon oh that that wife for parents you know yeah i feel painful um i i.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"History of steve ban is that he was the he took over breitbart after andrew breitbart yes cast way andrew breitbart originally a conservative websites of it it it in some respects seems accumulator it would be an updated work with for example the drudge report lee put ghost stories and then i mean it was conservative um breitbart itself always ascribed selfservice of reagan type of republican with lend a libertarian leanings and it really was kind of a go to sort of thing on after he passed away a i think a lot of us we described breitbart breitbart became it change in morphed into i don't know what i think a lot of his consider kind of like the the national enquirer the ufo type of stuff that that that sort of thing word is now we're if there is a conspiracy theory that's out there to be peddled it's going to be pedal berries really kennett become the mouthpiece of the all right and to me breitbart isn't what it was safe five or six years ago but the steve bannon of course the guy who was responsible for peddling a lot of this stuff over the years and he fell into donald trump's were bitten now has fallen out of donald trump's orbit in a big way it's about as bad as it's ever gotten rid the the president going after him now calling him as if he lost he lost his mind trump says steve bannon lost his mind when he was fired steve bannon has nothing to do with me or my presidency when he was fired he lost not only lost his job he lost his mind but one hundred what would you expect the president to save bannon saying that what they did in the trump tower was trees with freeze at us said that that i mean there's other stuff to elect trump behaves like a child whatever no i mean it this is just it's it is though to me the object lesson of what happens when you have the these two mega personalities like a steve bannon and a donald trump and you put them together and they play well together four or a couple months but you know when it.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"He's the way we o'connor show look as he bannon's career his and by your life in the public profile and he claims he makes these people he creates these youths stores out of people he took credit for sarath even believe it or not he took credit for ted cruz rooms he took credit for andrew breitbart and no one would know steve bannon name if it weren't for andrew breitbart what he does is it for my opinion from my observation in just the years and frankly since i've left the company so none of this has to do with when i work with him and work with the company you can draw these conclusions and draw these observations from rover the last two or three years he hitches on to people who were all ready talented who are already superstars who of all ready made a difference somehow get some their inner circle and then glommed his way in insinuates his way in and takes credit for whatever success that person might half and then when that person has them tough times he throws them under the bus did he championed ted cruz until donald trump came along and well now look what he's done with donald trump coming out of friends a person who was workers steve bannon and a person who has worked with donald trump we are going to discuss this joining us in a moment dr sebastian gorka about these developments and more of your calls on banana are you meeting a lot of singles but not the right one for.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"And i went ahead and i did this it was like a clip bart we're documentary was dumb was it fire from the heartland is what it was called but then he tried to take credit for creating sarah palin like he was going to take credit for her accomplishments as governor and everything else this woman's done and then he tried to latch on to ted cruz go for after sarah palin he latched on to andrew breitbart and then you know ended up taking over the site running it in the ground and then he tried to latch onto ted cruz he tried to act like he created breitbart he try to act like he creative palin he tried to act like he created ted cruz he's working with the mercer's and up until the last second he was actually cruise guy and then when it look like trump was going to win then he decided all of a sudden that he was all in for trump and tried to make it out like he had been all in for him in the beginning and then that's when they launched attack pieces on crews and all of this other stuff he's disingenuous and so then he went out and try to take credit for trump's victory i did tell you this my colleagues that i used to work with at breitbart told you this who walked away myself larry o'connor ben shapiro other individuals with whom i worked were still close friends to this day i am not surprised that any of this stuff i told you this they told you this this is who he is he will do everything he can to undermine trump if it elevates himself he will hit that is ab absolutely true and you know what trump just dead because he tried to go after trump he's been trying to undermine him and trying to go after him trump just show ban and then he's got a bigger nuclear button than bannon does that's what that that's with just happened.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on News Talk KOKC 1520
"Then he tried to take credit for creating sarah palin like he was going to take credit for her accomplishments as governor and everything else this woman's done and then he tried to latch on to ted cruz both for after sarah palin he latched on day andrew breitbart and then you know ended up taking over the site running it into the ground and then he tried to latch onto ted cruz he tried to act like he created breitbart he tried to act like he creative palin he tried to act like he created ted cruz he's working with the mercer's and up until the last second he was actually a cruise guy and then when it looked like trump was going to win then he decide are all of a sudden that he was all in for trump and tried to make it out like he had been all in for him in the beginning and then that's when they launched attack pieces on crews and all of this other stuff he's disingenuous and so then he went out and try to take credit for trump's victory jason i did tell you this with my colleagues that i used to work with at breitbart told you this who walked away myself flurry o'connor than shapiro other individuals with whom i worked who were still close friends to this day sure sigma2 i am not surprised at any of this stuff was i told you this they told you this this is who he is he.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"Tools they've been using against us for decades is in a trevor it is big driveways beano and and unless we see guns blazing we we don't understand that you know we we don't understand the cultural wars and soy bean for decades and education system and the media rick citra and uh need to get needs i'm the stabbed wide six him from culture uh as andrew breitbart used to say and uh if we wanna take bet the politics we have to take back the culture i uh i only met andrew breitbart one time did you know him well look a little bit yeah he used to find the new zealand occasionally thought it was more to talk about easy elon used to talk about politics interesting all right we've got um we've only got a few minutes later when i dunno if you can stay with us we've um ten we'll on a little bit of time with you but we we left the we left the last break talking about virginia and seen from the especially from the real hardcore trump supporters and i'm a big fan of a lot of what this president is doing don't get me wrong but there are people who are just have their blinders on and they're saying that ed glaspie who is a longtime george w bush and before type of republican um establish loot kgb aim only that he should have run toward donald trump and embraced him spend a little time not a lot and i am no expert on this but just looking at kind of the demographics in virginia virginia has gone virginia is dark blue there in virginia is baseline of d c the swamp is encroaching into vergina and i'm not sure that a candidate like ed glaspie no matter what kind of persona have taken on could have won that race what's your perspective you're in dc right now yeah well look it would be very difficult um the lift lift tenant got the candidate who is much more parts from more more of a trump supporter did proportionately beta and our faith ain't had it it really be changed his messaging he he would have done a little bit uh but what we need to unspecified zach these you say ran the the democrats that state and and the marxist group the a called uh um use a jinyu machar to you run by the.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on News Talk 710 KNUS
"Of you with steve steve bannon tell me about your meeting with steve bannon andrew breitbart uh years ago now introduced bannon and i i'm oh many years ago it's been a six seven years ago maybe longer and i've known am and fm an acquaintance of his uh for many years and he is a very much a part of the man who uh the straight that was behind a breitbart mer movement i still miss andrew was a dear dear friend of mine and uh i have the same type of trust and expectation for preserving conservative values and bannon as i did in breitbart and i hope that says uh a lot of about how i feel about step steve bannon says trump called steve uh back in the day with steph it but yeah yeah i i met breitbart only one time was just moved incredibly by his charisma in his passion never met bannon before what do you think when you hear breitbart dot com referred to as the all right website the homeless the all right andy you know white supremacist movement and all of the garbage that we hear spewed all the time to try and a diminishing legitimacy of their perspective or the reporting as i said i knew andrew breitbart i knew i know steve bannon and neither of them are racist in any shape or other word other they're just not however of the deathly mission that have been placed up on our organizations like breitbart and on people like uh dr thomas soul who's also at my film runaway slave herman cane myself allen west those are definitions that are creative alter right is something that was created by the progressive liberals in order to uh in claim or uh fanned the flames of emotional list and if they're very effective if they're not it's not a they're not affected anything else regressive liberals are truly effective at fanning the flames of emotionalism particularly among our young people who are so impression by words and by.
"andrew breitbart" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Andrew breitbart and that donald trump and then trying to take credit for everybody's victories but and i think he's trying to do the same thing with more but people like more they have liked more in alabama i i've because i've heard from a lot of listeners who just they like him they they liked the more they thought that he better served voters that he was he was they just he was what they wanted and when you have that sort of relationship and your that favorably viewed by voters that's not really something that the whole political machine is going to be able to mess with too much you know we're there really not him in and i know that there was the narratives out there about lew there are strange bean super establishment and again i don't necessarily agree with that i think that he had those alliances but i don't think that he was super establishment i think mitch mcconnell being involved ultimately i think this is more of a failed for mcconnell than anybody else that's how i look at it i mean it was a it it was a mcconnell fail i don't necessarily think that this was a measure of trump and i don't think it absolutely it had nothing to do with ban and other benton with credit i don't think it was a measure of him his influence of all please i say that while werleigh my eyes in us exaggerated where possible it just isn't people voters loved them and i hate it how washington beltway people and and people like bannon bannon's about lay barnacle make no mistake guys seino's stablishment a in the beltway though we always wants to come in and take credit for stuff grassroot does i cannot stand that's nothing makes me anger beltway always wants to come in and they want to claim credit for things that grassroots does and i am glad at least that the breitbart site was on the right side of this for once but i don't think that this is i idle because i just disagree that this is is what the media is saying or some anyway that this was a huge loss for trump i just disagree with that because like i.