By Jim Campbell
I wrote the above article very early in the morning when I first received the news. Like most who followed his meteoric career, shared his beliefs, the zest for life and his mission, I too was stunned.
Speculation was rampant along with misinformation among the best, ” Mr. Breitbart died of an apparent heart attack.” That nonsense was being pitched by several so-called experts that knew nothing about how the reason for a death from an unknown cause is determined. Thus we sit and wait for the results of the autopsy.
As I read his most recent book “Righteous Indignation,” it’s as though he is talking to me. It was Andrew’s goal to spur on the “Citizen Journalist” to expose the media for the frauds they are and for the most part have always been.
As I followed his escapades as a college man/boy I’m continually reminded of own college years and how it doesn’t get much better than those times.
Andrew was very proud of himself for being a major party animal and missing many classes as he said, in retrospect had he attended classes he might have picked up the wisdom of his Marxist professors, who had never left the campus and done the same thing himself, while never having a clue what happens in the real world.
He developed a great relationship with Matt Drudge and Arianna Huffington early on, both ignited a fire that roared until it was snuffed out on the first day of March.
Now, six weeks later I’m left with the same question. “Will We Ever Know The True Cause Of Andrew Breitbart’s Death? It’s nearing the time were the pathology and toxicology panels will be assembled and with much fan fare the cause of Andrew’s death will be announced.
Are we to believe what we are told? Certainly Andrew wouldn’t have done so. Do you still believe that Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated President John Fitzgerald Kennedy? I didn’t think so.