Andrew Breitbart on His Legacy Just 10 Months Before His Sudden and Untimley Death
This interview with Rev. C.L. Bryant for runawayslavemovie.com was recorded in May of 2011 at Barney’s Beanery in Westwood, CA, near his home. Andrew tells CL how he would like to be remembered. More about the film Andrew appears in at http://www.runawayslavemovie.com. Below is the transcript of this interview
Andrew Breitbart: What I want to be known as, the guy who was awakened, from a sleepwalking liberalism, by a man by the name of Clarence Thomas who stood there in a dignified manner as they tried to destroy him. Yet he did, he wasn’t, he wasn’t destroyed. And I want the Democratic Party and liberalism, I want my professors at Tulane and in the humanities department to know, that they tried to brainwash me, to side with Liberal Democrats, in order to attack those that disagreed. And I want my legacy to be, that they know that they screwed with the wrong guy.
In the United States of America, you have the right to think freely. You have the right to be whatever you want in this United States. And the idea that the Democrat media complex would tell you, that you are a slave to an ideology, to a mindset, that if you don’t abide by it, we’re going to punish you severely. That’s as un-American as anything that I can possibly imagine. I don’t care, if you would agree with me or disagree with me on policy. What I care about is that you have the freedom in this country to live your life as a free, rugged individualist. And I am at war with anybody that would tell you, that you don’t have a right to be a free man.
Rev. C.L. Bryant: Andrew Breitbart thank you thank you thank you with me today thank you.