That Was Entertaining

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January 28, 2010 10:07 a.m.

Andrew Breitbart just went on David Shuster’s show. And I think Andrew’s new angle is that he’s the only truly objective and disinterested commentator on his own employee’s criminal conduct, which I guess is a point of pride in a way.

This was truly the most unhinged performance I’ve seen since Shuster made a laughing stock of and pretty much put an end to the fifteen minutes of fame of Orly Taitz.

At some level I admire Breitbart’s insistence on turning any question about anything into an attack based on why the federal government hasn’t turned itself over entirely to investigating ACORN. But this performance was definitely in shark-jumping territory. For the ages.

Here’s the video.

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