Skip to comments.Where are the OTHER Breitbart Videos?
Posted on 03/08/2012 6:44:09 AM PST by SlaveNoMore
The video released yesterday by FOX and Breitbart is NOT one of the videos for which Andrew Breitbart lost his life.
The video played yesterday was already available as it was part of a program aired by Frontline back in 2008. Proof.
There have to be other videos. Go back to Breitbarts own statement that there are videos of Obama. This is not a slip of the tongue. He says videos, plural, multiple times.
He further states that, Barack Obama met a bunch of silver-haired, ponytails back in the 1980s like Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn who, equally radical, said one day were gonna have the presidency while the rest of us slept while they plotted, and they plotted and they plotted while they oversaw hundreds of millions of dollars through the Anenburg Challenge, and . . . they had real money.
The video shown, not released, yesterday did not show silver-haired ponytails, nor was it new.
Just my observation. Your thoughts?
To get onto The Nut-job Conspiracy Theory Ping List you need to merely threaten to report me to the Admin if I dont add you to the list...
My guess is more are forthcoming! They’re setting a trap!
If this is anything like past video release patterns, videos will be released in an every increasingly damaging way.
Given the attention span of the American public you probably want to save the best for last. Like October.
As stated by Andrew’s partners last night on Hannity, “Oh, we have lots and lots more videos.”
Have some patience here...
I suspect we will never see the videos he wanted us to.
Take me off your nut-job conspiracy theory ping list or I will report you to admin.
Breitbart’s MO was to release a little at a time, the most innocuous stuff first. After the media discounts that he would up the ante. Expect more.
Remember the release of the ACORN tapes? Slow, incremental release kept the issue in the headlines for weeks. My guess is we’ll see the same thing happen here. This release was a tease, a whetting of the appetite.
I’m with you. I posted this on a liberal website yesterday and they were trying to skewer me. I said, don’t worry, they’ll do today what they said they will.
It was all bs. A marketing ploy. I had to go back to that site today and acknowledge that those insulting me (and Hannity and Brietbart) were correct. I apologized to them for creating the thread.
Fool me once...
I am not interested in anything Brietbart puts out any more. Something died when he died. I’ll look to other sources.
Andrew never released everything at once. It was always “drip... drip... drip...”
are you deaf? Did you watch hannity? There is plenty more to come, why would they shoot both barrels the first day? wake up.
Enough of this sh!t! We ain't sparring here... This is an f’n fight for the future of our country!
We don't have time for our (so called) friendly media, to tease us for ratings.
HANNITY - DO YOUR DAMN JOB!
Don't whine about others hiding facts about Obama when you are doing the same damn thing! Oh, you'll give us a video tape when is suits you. F’off!
I was reminded last night why I stopped watching Hannity a long time ago.
Darn! You were a major inspiration for the list in the first place. You’re off.
—Remember the release of the ACORN tapes? Slow, incremental release kept the issue in the headlines for weeks.—
Yes, but each tape stood on its own as a blockbuster.
This was a big “never mind”.
You obviously don’t understand Breibart’s methods.
Oh. OK. I can do drip... drip... drip...!
—are you deaf? Did you watch hannity? There is plenty more to come, why would they shoot both barrels the first day?—
Are you blind? did you not see the hype for last night’s show? It didn’t deliver.
They’ve become “Coast to Coast”.
I will not be strung along.
Fool me once.
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