Andrew changed us all. Most of you will never know how Breitbart changed even you. RIP, 7 years. https://t.co/g8XdWXHMWl— Ali Alexander 🇺🇸 (@ali) March 1, 2019
Andrew Breitbart, Gone Seven Years: We Miss You Friend: My goal is to try to weaponize the… https://t.co/IrOBSlvlHH— Jeff Dunetz (@yidwithlid) March 1, 2019
It’s hard to believe that Andrew Breitbart’s giant heart gave out seven years ago today, March 1, 2012. Despite the fact that it’s been seven years, his cell phone number is still on my iPhone, his name is still in my LinkedIn contacts, and most importantly, the spark of fire and passion he injected into everyone who ever had the pleasure of meeting and working with him is still burning in my heart.
I started writing for the “Big” sites because I developed a reputation for strong articles about Israel and the Middle East. Andrew Breitbart and his friend Larry Solov (a Jew who is now Breitbart CEO) conceived of the idea to found Breitbart News Network, with “the aim of starting a site that would be unapologetically pro-freedom and pro-Israel.” (Jeff Dunetz)
Seven years ago, my friend @andrewbreitbart abruptly passed away. I miss him every day, and so does the country.— Ben Shapiro (@benshapiro) March 1, 2019