I received three copies of Andrew Breitbart’s Occupy Unmasked today. Andrew is a hero of mine and some of the video in the film I witnessed first-hand. I have also witnessed the nastiness of Occupy on several occasions since. The disgusting and violent rhetoric and general state of human lives amongst the Wall Street hippies is deplorable. In Occupy Unmasked, Andrew Breitbart illustrates how the left took ownership of the now debunked movement. It’s a brilliant illustration of the dangerous tactics and strategies that eventually destroyed their pitiful movement. Those who know me understand my disdain for the reckless Wall Street gamblers who bankrupted our housing and credit markets, but I save my biggest disdain for the woeful politicians who subsidized, insured, and bailed out the wild gamblers.
I’ve been blessed to play a big part in a truly peaceful political movement, the Tea Party Movement. That movement lost one of its finest generals when we lost Andrew Breitbart, but he would be proud of his team for the quality of this documentary. I want to share the film Occupy Unmasked and his final book, Righteous Indignation with one of you. Righteous Indignation is the definitive record of the state of politics in this country. I’m going to give the DVD to the person who makes the 15th comment on this blog post and I’m going to give the book to the person who makes the 50th comment. Some of the comments may not get approved right away, so don’t try to time your comment.