Conservative commentator Andrew Breitbart is promoting his new book Righteous Indignation and what better way than with some friendly(?) fire at fellow Tea Party supporter Glenn Beck? In an interview with The New York Observer, Breitbart talks about Beck and his frustration with America’s education system.
In the interview, Breitbart reveals his view of how his relationship with Beck soured:
Glenn Beck first joined him in editing and eviscerating Ms. Sherrod’s 2010 N.A.A.C.P. speech on the radio, before publishing the unedited version on his Web site, discrediting Mr. Breitbart on television and calling for his apology. “Next thing I know, I’m under complete attack without the support of Glenn Beck, who I thought was somebody I could count on. He threw me under the bus.”
Now that Beck and Breitbart appear to be no longer on the same bus, that may provide some insight behind the ongoing accusations of not sourcing and questionable editing launched at associates of both men.
Check out the full article at The New York Observer.
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