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Andrew Breitbart Dead At 43. When You Have Nothing Good To Say……

It is  being reported across all of Breitbart’s websites and on the Drudge Report. Breitbart was only 43.

From TMZ:

According to his website, Breitbart — the political journalist who broke the Anthony Weiner penis pic story — died “unexpectedly from natural causes” shortly after midnight this morning in L.A.

A statement on Breitbart reads, “We have lost a husband, a father, a son, a brother, a dear friend, a patriot and a happy warrior.”

Andrew is survived by his wife and 4 children.

Breitbart’s father-in-law told reporters Andrew was walking near his Brentwood home around midnight when he collapsed.

The father-in-law says someone saw Andrew collapse and called paramedics … who raced to the scene and tried to revive him. Breitbart was transported to UCLA Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

According to reports, Breitbart suffered from heart problems last year.

Law enforcement sources tell us the LAPD is investigating the death.

The question still remains though is James O’Keefe his protege to be considered a “widow” or an “orphan”?

When I heard about Brietbart’s passing this morning the first word that popped into my mind was: unlamentable

So the best I can do right now is to quote Mark Twain:  “I have never wished a man dead.  But I have read some obituarires with great satisfaction.”


Will Kohler

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4 thoughts on “Andrew Breitbart Dead At 43. When You Have Nothing Good To Say……”

  1. I just wrote something and deleted it. I tried to be kind but it was hard so I decided it was best not to say anything. But I was surprised that he was only 43. He was a very angry man. Very sad. I hope he finds peace.

  2. You’re a better person than I, ChiBob. Every time someone mentions that we should be sympathetic because he had a family, all I can think of is how much worse he made things for many many more.

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