If only Andrew Breitbart had lived to see this

Shortly before President Trump and PM Netanyahu’s joint presser at the White House, Jerusalem Post reporter Michael Wilner tweeted out this photo.

Talk about a picture being worth a thousand words.

I saw the Breitbart sign there beside Time Magazine and the Associated Press and I couldn’t help but smile.

Andrew Breitbart would have loved this, don’t you think?

To go from being a persistent thorn in the side of the Enslaved Press to a credentialed member of the White House press corps so quickly.

What a triumph this is for the vision of Breitbart.

Honestly, it made me smile from ear-to-ear.

Despite how desperately the Enslaved Press has tried to cling to their monopoly on the news, the Conservative New Media championed by Andrew Breitbart has outmaneuvered them completely.

Come to think of it. That’s exactly why the Enslaved Press have become such desperate hacks.

They’re losing control of the narrative. And worse, they’re being forced to share their exclusive club with media outlets who refuse to toe the line.

So much winning.

This is the feel-good photo of the day!

It is a victory for freedom of the press and a victory for America.

And no. I’m not overstating it one bit.

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9 thoughts on “If only Andrew Breitbart had lived to see this

  • February 15, 2017 at 4:15 pm


  • February 15, 2017 at 5:32 pm

    So, you don’t think having to share a row with AP, Time, Reuters & the NYT doesn’t demean them by association?

  • February 16, 2017 at 1:14 am

    He would have loved it. And I would have loved it if you had stood up for those defending his legacy just a few short months ago instead of encouraging Curmudgeon, who was calling for his name to be stripped from his organization and who later fired me, instead. Perhaps, if you’d rectified that situation, or even provided something as cheap and easy as a thumb-up, at the time, I’d still be blogging. Still, I’m grateful that you are, at least, a strong voice for truth now. Forgive me if I am no longer around to contribute any longer to the Dianny fund or buy any more Dianny Tees. That Karma, she’s a bitch.

    Are you under the mistaken notion that I am in some way involved with PCP? I don’t own the site, nor do I contribute to the site. I include it in my blog roll and it is a site I visit. But to hold me responsible for something that happens at somebody else’s website seems a wee bit bizarre to me. But if it makes you feel better to blame me for the happenings at a website I have no involvement in, knock yourself out. – Dianny

    • February 16, 2017 at 1:45 am

      This is weird. Turns out these words were not harmless in this case.
      If only there were three words that would make it better… “Sorry about that,” might do it. I say them all the time. I can never understand why we so rarely hear them. But it’s all right. You’re not the one who really owes the apology here. Still, THATapology will never happen. Just like I’m sure we will never get to hear your real opinion on this, right? Shame about that. I’d like to hear it. You have awesome opinions.

      • February 16, 2017 at 5:35 am

        I sincerely do not know what you are on about here. Are you drunk commenting?

        • February 16, 2017 at 9:51 am

          Maybe… 😉

          You didn’t write the ridiculous PCP post I linked above. True. But you publicly agreed with it by commenting that “They forgot their mission. Or, better put, they’ve willingly abandoned their mission. Either way. It really is a shame.” Diogenes did the same, and together, you gave the proprietor of PCP the courage to crack down on the one sane voice in that comment box who was trying to talk her out of it. Thanks for that.

          That Post called for Andrew’s name to be stripped from his news organization because they had become a Trump shill. You AGREED with that. Now you’re happy that Breitbart prevailed, as you should be. But you don’t see any disconnect there?

          I’m just saying that I would still have a writing job if you had stood up for Breitbart sooner when it meant something, even if it meant disagreeing with the two women who gave you three of those virtual trophies on your right column. It’s easy to be giddy now about Breitbart, now that the fight’s over. Where were you then!?! I’m saying, I could have used the help when it mattered more.

          • February 16, 2017 at 10:06 am

            I AGREED with it? I didn’t AGREE with stripping Breitbart’s name. I merely pointed out that they’d forgotten their mission which was to go after the Enslaved Press and popular culture. The fact that you conflate that comment with me having some unknown power over the happenings at a blog that I am not associated with or have any control over is absurd. And to accuse me of being responsible for you not writing there makes absolutely no sense.

        • February 16, 2017 at 11:46 am

          I’m not ACCUSING you of anything. That is YOUR quote. YOUR tacit agreement with an absurd post attacking Breitbart that I was engaged in criticizing at the time. I’m just saying, as someone who has financially supported you in the past and appreciated your excellent work, that I was disappointed you didn’t pay more attention to this particular argument. It would have made a difference to me. That’s all. Is that an unreasonable sentiment? You bet it is. But I could have used the help. Just saying. Have a great day.

  • February 18, 2017 at 2:05 pm

    Breitbart is here, and here. and here, and here. everywhere I look he just seems to appear…

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