Because he took their cognitive dissonance and did magic tricks with it.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W8Nkn_HnZcc
How do you make an entire crowd of hostile protesters disappear? Ask for specifics. Presto!
The new Breitbart.com launched last night. The redesign looks great, and it kicks off with Breitbart’s final non-Twitter message to the world: “The Vetting, Part I: Barack’s Love Song to Alinsky.” Read it, and then watch how quickly the left goes from “Obama doesn’t follow Alinsky” to “This doesn’t prove Obama follows Alinsky” to “What’s wrong with following Alinsky?” It’s already happening. Breitbart is still confronting them with their own lies and delusions from beyond the grave, and they hate him all the more for it. After all, what are their other options? Logic? Self-reflection? Come on.
Thank you, Andrew.
P.S. I’m assuming this guy doesn’t go against the grain at the NYT:
With a link to Breitbart’s article. A reporter for the New York Times is dismissing a newly discovered fact about the President of the United States because he agrees with the guy politically and wants to see him re-elected. And the reason this fact hasn’t been discovered until now is because nobody at the New York Times or any of their fellow hard-hitting journalists have bothered to look for it. All the News That Fits the Narrative.
P.P.S. I forgot about Robert Wright, which I suppose is understandable. Wright, a senior editor at The Atlantic, has no medical training and didn’t know Breitbart. But nonetheless, he has determined the cause of death: disagreeing with Robert Wright.
P.P.P.S. And now for one of the good guys: screenwriter Daniel Knauf.