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Andrew Breitbart used the Internet relentlessly to ignite political scandal and expose what he saw as media bias. He collapsed and died this morning at the age of 43.
Breitbart is best known for publishing the damning photographs in 2011 that forced Anthony Weiner, then a Democratic congressman from New York, to resign.
Adopted and raised as a Jew, Breitbart enjoyed giving the Jewish community a hard time for what he saw as its liberal leanings.
He helped start the Drudge Report and the Huffington Post.
Andrew Breitbart leaves behind a family of websites that waged daily war with what he considered liberal bias in the media, on college campuses and in the entertainment industry.
Joel Pollak, Breitbart's right hand man, editor-in-chief and in-house-council, said Breitbart was planning to launch a retooled version of his websites, and those plans would go forward.
Pollak says Breitbart was a happy warrior whose fight will live on.
Pollak told the LA Weekly, "we have a big rollout scheduled for the websites ... over the next few days."
It's not known whether the rollout includes video of President Obama that Breitbart spoke about last month when he told a group at the Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington, D.C., "I’ve got video from his college days that show you why racial division and class warfare are central to what hope and change was sold in 2008 – the videos are going to come out."