Breitbart.com editor-in-chief and counsel Joel Pollak tells Cenk that Andrew Breitbart’s sites will continue to grow even after his unexpected death.
“It’s business as usual at Breitbart.com,” Pollak says. “It’s not going to be a memorial to Andrew. It’s going to be a living legacy.”
Breitbart, 43, died during a walk near his Los Angeles house. “It was sudden,” Pollak says. “It was a shock.”
Of wild theories on both the left and right about the death, Pollak says it proves Breitbart’s beliefs about the damage mainstream media has done to the public trust. “Andrew was never an enemy of Current TV or MSNBC,” Pollak says, because the networks were open about their biases. “People would rather believe a conspiracy theory than the straightforward, simple truth.”