Andrew Breitbart’s Last Big Article About Obama
Andrew Breitbart is still at it, even days after his untimely death. Mr. Breitbart felt that it was “his duty to exemplify the free and fearless press that our Constitution protects–but which, increasingly, the mainstream media denies us.” He felt it was his job to vet President Barak H. Obama properly since the media in general did not do it in 2008. What was posted on his front page is his last article doing just that. It is an in depth look per Breitbart as to “who Obama really was” before he became the “reasonable and moderate Democratic politician” that the media portrayed him as.
“The Vetting: Part 1” as the article is called focuses on a play that Obama attended 10 years before he was elected President of the United States. This play titled “The Love Song of Saul Alinsky” is about as Breitbart puts it from his conservative perspective: “It truly is a love song to Alinsky. In the first few minutes of the play, Alinsky plays Moses – yes, the Biblical Moses – talking to God. The play glorifies Alinsky stealing food from restaurants and organizing others to do the same, explaining, “I saw it as a practical use of social ecology: you had members of the intellectual community, the hope of the future, eating regularly for six months, staying alive till they could make their contributions to society.” ”
According to the article, following the play, then State Senator Obama took part in a panel discussion with radical left wingers such as Leon Despres (worked with secret Communist and Soviet spy Lee Pressman), Quentin Young (a member of the Young Communist League), Timuel Black (worked closely with the Socialist Party in the 1950s), Studs Terkel (A sponsor of the Scientific and Cultural Conference for World Peace, which was arranged by a Communist Party USA front organization known as the National Council of the Arts, Sciences, and Professions.), and Roberta Lynch ( A leading member of Democratic Socialists of America (DSA) and a leader of the radical Marxist New American Movement (NAM).). All people who have very strong ties to radical left wing groups according to Andrew Breitbart.
It was said that Obama impressed the panel immensly to which Breitbart asks, “Are we expected to believe that “Baraka Obama” was a countervailing voice of reason on a panel of radicals?”
There is no word on whether there is a part 2 or if Breitbart even got that far into his investigation.