-By Warner Todd Huston
It is sad that to be a left-winger is to be a hatemonger, but the death of conservative media activist Andrew Breitbart has certainly brought out those true colors of the left. The giddiness displayed and cheering indulged by America’s leftists over the fact that Mr. Breitbart died late Wednesday night has been shrill, disgusting, and suffused with the lamentable inhumanity so commonly found in the hearts of leftists everywhere.
It should be no surprise that left-wingers are prone to authoritarian regimes and acts of genocide.
Breitbart succumbed to a heart attack (most likely) as he took a late night stroll around his Los Angeles neighborhood late on February 29. It was only hours later that the cacophony of celebration by the American left began.
The worst example is that of Rolling Stone’s venom-spitter Matt Taibbi who said of Breitbart’s death, and pardon the language, “Good! Fuck him. I couldn’t be happier that he’s dead.”
Slate writer and left-wing infant tyro Matt Yglesias rushed to his twitter account to say that the world was “slightly improved with @andrewbreitbart dead.”
Nobody commentator Jill Kennedy couldn’t wait to blog about how she felt Breitbart was “an asshole.”
Then there is the arrogance of David Frum of The Daily Beast who thinks he is better than Andrew and in a positon of passing judgment on the man.
“In time, Andrew Breitbart might have aged into greater self-control and a higher concept of public service,” Frum arrogantly writes. “Premature death deprived him of the chance at redemption often sought and sometimes found by people who have done wrong in their lives and work.”
Naturally the Democrats and cretins on Twitter were gleefully dancing on Andrew’s grave. Scumbag Ben Jackson (@neuteronomy) of Massachusetts called Andrew a “tyrant” and was happy to “celebrate” Andrew’s death. He also said that he was “up for a little dancing” and said he doubted anyone was going to mourn Andrew’s passing.
Another creep named Chico Delainky (@ChicoDelainky) tweeted his vileness saying, “My thoughts & Prayers are with the workers who had to hose down the sidewalk after they took #AndrewBreitbart’s body away,” and “#AndrewBreitbart didn’t deserve to die of a heart attack;Set on fire, hit by a bus, or torn apart by polar bears sure,but not a heart attack.” She also said, “America truly lost an asshole. I’m sure Satan will treat him good. #AndrewBreitbart”
Heartless Sharoney’s (@Sharoney) Tweets celebrated Breitbart’s death for hours on end, yet began with a tweet saying she didn’t care about the story because Breitbart “wasn’t that important a public figure.” The hours of her later tweets seem to make a liar of her.
Leah Buckus (@leahbackus) indulges some perfectly illogical liberal “thought,” by tweeting, “I would hate to go through life as such a miserable human being that people gloried in my death.” Oh, yeah. Perfect liberal stupidity, that. They called Andrew “miserable” and therefore he MUST be miserable! It’s their label not anyone else’s but this Buckus cretin imagines everyone “thinks” just like her. Not much for tolerance, eh?
Then there was tweeter Stephanie (@stefsstuff) who was happy to tweet, “I’m not shocked or surprised at the death of #AndrewBreitbart he was rotten from the inside out. No RIP for him!”
This is the black heart of the left on full display. But even so, as much as he loved the dueling, I’d bet Andrew would give us a knowing nod, flash that twinkle in his eyes while happily retweet each hate-filled example of the left’s vitriol. He loved exposing them for what they are.
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Warner Todd Huston is a Chicago based freelance writer. He has been writing opinion editorials and social criticism since early 2001 and before that he wrote articles on U.S. history for several small American magazines. His political columns are featured on many websites such as Andrew Breitbart’s BigGovernment.com, BigHollywood.com, and BigJournalism.com, as well as RightWingNews.com, RightPundits.com, CanadaFreePress.com, StoptheACLU.com, AmericanDaily.com, among many, many others. Mr. Huston is also endlessly amused that one of his articles formed the basis of an article in Germany’s Der Spiegel Magazine in 2008.
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