Remembering Andrew Breitbart: ‘Your peril will be my peril’

Remembering Andrew Breitbart: ‘Your peril will be my peril’

Today marks the second anniversary of the passing of Andrew Breitbart. In commemoration of the life and untimely death of a man who epitomized what conservatives stand for and value most, the makers of award-winning 2013 film “Hating Breitbart” have posted a YouTube clip that embodies the man’s attitude about loyalty toward those who worked with him to expose corruption.

The one-and-a-half-minute video was shot June 16, 2011 in Minneapolis during an interview Breitbart gave to New York Times reporter Jeremy Peters. In it, the late guru discusses a phone call he took from blogger Doug Giles as the ACORN videos were rolling out.


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