"A Passionate Defense of Conservative Ideals"
(BB, PPP, Ro, Ho, C, LL, V, S, N, A, M) Strong moral worldview with very strong Pro-American, pro-conservative, patriotic, and even pro-life values supporting limited government, liberty, truth, fiscal responsibility, and critical of the Left, including Planned Parenthood, in documentary about the late conservative-libertarian Andrew Breitbart, founder of Breitbart TV, Big Hollywood, Big Journalism, and Big Government, but there’s some objectionable content, including some light Romantic philosophy and crude language, plus Breitbart says he sympathizes with both social conservatives, including Christians, and libertines who want limited government and he poses in one shot with a man with a sign saying he’s proud to be a “gay” conservative, and his father-in-law, Orson Bean talks about Christian women in a Bible study who thought very highly of Andrew; 15 obscenities (including multiple uses of the “p” word to indicate you are mad about something plus some “ah” words and some “bas***d” words), two strong profanities using Jesus, and four light profanities (such as MG), plus several bleeped “f” words and a crude headline shown about the sexting incident with former Rep. Wiener; a lamp or small object shatters behind Breitbart in a room and he’s startled, plus man holds a gun and Breitbart talks of seeing a dead body; brief talk about man sexting his private parts and about journalists posing as a pimp and his prostitute to expose corrupt left-wing group; people appear to be drinking alcohol in a couple scenes; no smoking or drug references; and, slander, lies, false innuendoes, and lewd comments about their opponents from Democrats, liberals, leftists, “progressives,” and “journalists,” but they are exposed and refuted.
HATING BREITBART is a documentary that follows the late journalist, news executive, and conservative-libertarian pundit Andrew Breitbart before he died on March 1, 2012. HATING BREITBART is an inspiring rallying cry for conservatives and libertarians, including Christian evangelicals, to continue the passionate fight that animated Andrew Breitbart, but there is some foul language, so extreme caution is advised.
HATING BREITBART is a documentary that follows the late journalist, news executive and conservative-libertarian pundit Andrew Breitbart who died March 1, 2012. It has a strong moral, patriotic worldview supporting limited government and exposing the Democratic Party and the left wing’s smear machine against conservatives, especially Tea Party members. There is some foul language, however.
The documentary opens with Andrew complaining about the media, including Hollywood and national “journalists,” “dictating the terms of the narrative in this country.” He says he’s also sick of them mocking citizens in “Middle America.” The movie then cuts to people in the news media crudely mocking the grassroots Tea Party movement and calling them “racists.” Back to Breitbart complaining that these are the kind of smear tactics that leaders on the Left constantly level at conservatives and libertarians, including Christian evangelicals.
Using clips of Breitbart’s activities in the three years before he died, the documentary exposes these lies and slanders from the media and from the Left, including major Democrat Party leaders and supporters of President Barack Obama. It also shows how leftists and the media ignored Breitbart’s exposure of the corruption in a key campaign group supporting Democratic Party candidates like Obama and their policies. Finally, it shows how they distorted one of Breitbart’s columns about apparent racism in the anti-discrimination group, the NAACP. The NAACP used to be a dedicated civil rights group, but it has become a corrupt institution that excuses the failures of liberal policies in helping African Americans succeed while always condemning any successful black person who takes a conservative stance on issues, such as Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Interviews with supporters and critics of Breitbart help complete the picture of this super-smart, compassionate “rabble rouser.”
“You declared war on us,” Breatibart tells the Left and the mainstream media at one point. “You declared war on me. . . . It’s that simple.” Later, he adds, “What the Left has stood with political correctness is to try to get those with whom they disagree to shut up. . . . We have to confront these people. . . . We have an obligation to fight back.”
Andrew Breitbart was a vanguard of the “New Media.” For instance, he became editor for journalist Matt Drudge’s website “The Drudge Report” in the 1990s and helped Arianna Huffington (when she was a Republican) with creating “The Huffington Post.” He then went on to create his own cutting-edge websites, starting with Breitbart TV followed by Big Hollywood, Big Government and Big Journalism. Over the years, several of MOVIEGUIDE®’s editors, including Publisher Ted Baehr, met and talked with Andrew at multiple functions. Andrew was a very personable and passionate man with, unlike most of today’s leftist journalists running the national “news” media, a heart for real news. Though he admitted he wasn’t a “religious conservative” and sympathized with some libertarian notions, he expresses sympathy in the documentary with the positions of “social conservatives.” For example, Andrew was a critic of Planned Parenthood, which doesn’t report some rapists or pedophiles to the police and promotes the killing of babies in the ninth month of pregnancy and even beyond. Just before he died, he told a mutual friend that he had found faith in Jesus Christ and wanted to be baptized in every state in the USA.
Ironically, the New York Times just recently vindicated one story Breitbart was pursuing, about massive fraud in the Obama administration’s Dept. of Agriculture (see http://www.politico.com/story/2013/04/new-york-times-andrew-breitbart-90681.html). Also, recent reports have confirmed that President Obama and his people in the Internal Revenue Service targeted Tea Party groups, Christian evangelicals, and other conservatives who oppose their policies. Once again, an investigation confirms conservative suspicions about big government and corrupt, fraudulent liberal policies and principles!
HATING BREITBART is an inspiring rallying cry for conservatives and libertarians, including Christian evangelicals, to continue the passionate fight that animated Andrew Breitbart. It has a strong moral, patriotic worldview that extols truth, justice, limited government, liberty, and fiscal responsibility. It exposes the lies and slanders of the Left, which are the primary methods by which Democrat Party flunkies and other leftists stop citizens and voters from becoming conservatives. However, there is some foul language, plus some bleeped “f” words. In addition, there’s talk about the two journalists who posed as a pimp and his prostitute in order to expose the corruption in one of the Democratic Party and the Left’s activist groups. For these and other reasons, MOVIEGUIDE® advises extreme caution for HATING BREITBART, especially for children.
HATING BREITBART is a political documentary. It follows the late journalist, publisher, and conservative-libertarian pundit Andrew Breitbart, who died in 2012. The movie opens with Andrew complaining about the lies and failure of the mainstream media, the Democratic Party, and other leftists. Using clips of Breitbart’s activities in the three years before his death, the documentary exposes these lies and slanders. It also shows how leftists and the media ignored Breitbart’s exposure of the corruption in a couple major leftist groups supporting President Barack Obama. Interviews with supporters and critics of Breitbart help complete the picture of this super-smart, compassionate “rabble rouser.”
HATING BREITBART is an inspiring rallying cry for conservatives and libertarians, including Christian evangelicals, to continue the passionate fight that animated Andrew Breitbart. It has a strong moral, patriotic worldview that extols truth, justice, limited government, liberty, and fiscal responsibility. It exposes the lies and slanders of the Left and the mainstream media against conservatives. However, there is some foul language, plus some bleeped “f” words. For these and other reasons, MOVIEGUIDE® advises extreme caution for HATING BREITBART, especially for children.