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Conspiracy Theories Surround Andrew Breitbart’s Death; Obama & Soros Accused of Murder

Conservative firebrand Andrew Breitbart had barely taken his last breath before the rumor mill began cranking out conspiracy theories nearly as nasty as a Breitbart screed.

Within minutes of the announcement that Breitbart would no longer be haranguing us with his bile-filled bigotry, many of his fans literally began crying bloody murder. We understand that someone who made a career out of appealing to the lowest common denominator would attract legions of less-than-erudite followers, but some of these are beyond the pale. Here’s a sampling of tweets, both from my own research and via Gawker and Buzzfeed:

Radio host Erich “Mancow” Muller (@MancowMuller): “He told me RECENTLY he had big dirt on Obama… MANY believe it’s murder!”

Simon Jester (@SimonJesterUS): “So Andrew #Breitbart is dead of natural causes? You mean something like ‘If you cross Obama enough, naturally you end up dead’?”

HarishUSA (@T_PartyInfantry): “Andrew Breitbart threatens Obama at CPAC with a video, then suddenly dies? This MUST be investigated as an assassination Obama – WTF?”

Mike (@MRJC1): “So #Breitbart said @ CPAC he had Obama college video & now he’s dead. There needs to be an investigation.”

Bunker Santa (@BunkerSanta): “Breitbart dead at 43? My suspect list includes George Soros and Obama.”

Brooke (@Hollivan): “Breitbart dead at 43???? that sounds fishy to me. Does Soros have an alibi??????”

Sarah C. Goldstein (@SarahCGoldstein): “Does anyone else think this was foul play? Did obama send his chicago goons to murder breitbart?”

Fueling much of the conspiracy madness is a claim made by Breitbart at last month’s CPAC convention that he had incriminating video of President Obama during his college years. “I’ve got videos, by the way,” he claimed to wild applause. “This election, we’re going to vet him. I have video from his college days to show you why racial division and class warfare are central [t0] ‘hope’ and ‘change.'”

Moral Low Ground has mixed emotions about Breitbart’s passing. While I take no pleasure in the death of a fellow human being, I sure am glad I won’t have to put up with his filth anymore. This is a man, after all, who eulogized Ted Kennedy by calling the esteemed late senator “a special pile of human excrement” and a “prick.”

Breitbart incessantly waged war upon the forces of justice and equality, including the Occupy Wall Street movement, whose members he called “rapists,” “murderers” and “freaks and animals.”

But this man seething with hatred was also a husband and father of four young children.

Time to let sleeping dogs lie.

Here is a video of Breitbart’s CPAC speech:

Here’s Breitbart “showing love” to Occupy Wall Street protesters:

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  1. NexcerptMarch 1, 2012 at 10:38 amReply

    Obviously, the conspiracy has not been promulgated thoroughly. Breitbart’s own site says, “Andrew passed away unexpectedly from natural causes shortly after midnight this morning in Los Angeles.”

    At least, that’s what it says ~now~ 😉

  2. John PrewettMarch 2, 2012 at 5:42 amReply

    “Breitbart incessantly waged war upon the forces of justice and equality, …..”

    ….. BS

  3. Mamadog 50March 2, 2012 at 10:11 pmReply

    It took months for Jackson’s autopsy…Houston was a known druggy and yet they can immediately say what killed him…BULLSHIT!! The left is frothing at the mouth with glee..and this administration killed HIM!

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