Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow: ‘What We’ve Started is a Revolution’

Matthew Boyle
Big Journalism
19 Jan 2014

MYRTLE BEACH, South Carolina—Breitbart News editor-in-chief Alex Marlow said during his speech at the South Carolina Tea Party Convention that Andrew Breitbart and the team at Breitbart News have started a “revolution.”

“What we’ve started, and what Andrew wanted to start, was a revolution,” Marlow said during his remarks. “The revolution is fighting against corruption and fighting for truth.”

Marlow walked through how he, Andrew, and Breitbart News CEO Larry Solov started Breitbart News in Andrew’s basement and why the fledgling operation gained national prominence. “The keys to success were, first of all, [Andrew] would go out and admit his biases, whereas we admit we’re a right-of-center website… you know that we have a perspective and you judge us accordingly unlike those punks at the LA Times and the New York Times and ABC, NBC, and CBS, who keep telling us they’re unbiased when they’re cooking the books all day long.”

That remark earned Marlow a standing ovation from the hundreds of Tea Party activists in attendance.

“So what was Andrew’s mission?” Marlow asked. “Was his mission, from the start, just to rabble-rouse? Yeah, but it was bigger than that.”…

…Marlow said that the institutional left is eons ahead of the conservative movement’s ability to affect public opinion through culture. “We’re working far behind those institutions,” Marlow said. “So it’s a multi-generational process to take it back.”


The complete article is at Big Journalism.


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