The Washington Post showered “Hating Breitbart” with praise after the Washington DC screening earlier this week.

The Washington Post reported:

The toast was brief and bittersweet: ‘To Andrew!”

Friends and fans of the late Andrew Breitbart — conservative blogger, provocateur, jester, Tea Party hero — gathered in Georgetown Monday for the Washington premiere of “Hating Breitbart,” a new documentary about the Internet media phenom.

“They called him a racist, they called him a sexist, they called him a bigot, they called him a homophobe,” director Andrew Marcus told the audience. “Andrew’s response to this was not a civil response. . . His response was, ‘f— you.’” The crowd burst into applause.

The filmmaker met Breitbart in 2009 while filming Tea Party protests around the country. Marcus was fascinated by Breitbart’s ability to connect with the crowds and pitched a documentary — a cross between U2’s “Rattle and Hum” and “This Is Spinal Tap,” in his mind. “You’re a rock star who doesn’t take himself too seriously,” he recalls telling Breitbart. The two spent more than two years criss-crossing the country together until Breitbart’s sudden death from a heart attack in March. He was 43.

“I think it’s an important story about the effect that one person can have in a very short period of time to change the way an entire culture looks at something like the media,” said Larry Solov, president of Breitbart News Network and Andrew’s lifelong best friend. “And, frankly, the media was more interesting, in most ways, to Andrew than politics.”

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Rocky Mountain Pictures, the company that brought you “2016: Obama’s America” will follow up the highly successful documentary with “Hating Breitbart” due out in theaters on October 18.

Gateway Pundit Jim Hoft is Associate Producer on the film.




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  1. ++

    yes, the WaPo..

    how else to play down Andrews accomplishments and
    portray his supporters as “out of the norm” so to speak..


  2. ++

    i heart Breitbart!!



  3. Not letting the wackos on the left get a free pass on their BS and vile remarks. Free speech for them, but not for us. That has all changed. I have always considered myself a “polite” person and would often let aggrivating remarks pass. Andrew taught me to stick up for my principles, and this is NOW what I do. Miss you, Andrew…glad to know your legacy lives on.

  4. We can’t wait to see the film, Jim! Great timing.

  5. I hope and pray the MSM implodes for what they’ve done to this Country.
    RIP Fearless Warrior!


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