Andrew Breitbart: Is it crazy to think he was murdered?
The moment I heard the news of Breitbart’s untimely death I thought, foul-play. I tweeted as much to Eric Erickson and a few others. Erickson, while not naming me, called the suggestion as coming from “Jackasses”.
Now it comes to light that Breitbart had some major surprise scheduled to be released on the morning of his death. Hmm, it was not released and Andrew Breitbart is dead. Breitbart’s website announced that his death was from “natural causes” even before a thorough examination was made of the body.
Suspicious? Not to most people.
I know conspiracy nuts are just that. I’ve never really been one. I don’t buy into the JFK, the Clinton Conspiracies, 911ers, but I do believe conspiracies happen. Nixon clearly conspired to cover-up Watergate, Clinton conspired to smear Jennifer Flowers, and ACORN conspired to enable and cover for prostitution and human trafficking.
Maybe there is no conspiracy but here are just a few reasons I am suspicious.
- “Occupy Unmasked”
- The scheduled March 1st video surprise
- In his last interview with Hugh Hewitt, (which I heard,) he detailed death threats recently made against him
- He was returning from a bar when he collapsed (is there a better environment to poison someone?)
- The utter vile hatred the Left feels for him and has vomited with complete disregard for his family since his death
I’m not suggesting he was murdered, but I am suggesting there is cause for a very detailed investigation. Yes Breitbart collapsed walking home, someone witnessed it and called 911. But he had just left a bar and a nearly 2 hour debate with a former CBS and Turner Broadcasting employee, Arthur Sando. Lots of time and distraction.
Tonight, I discovered I am not the only person to wonder about this. Mike Gallagher is wondering the same thing on his show this morning.