Conservative media icon Andrew Breitbart insisted America had no hope unless conservatives seriously engaged in the culture war.
March first marked the ten year anniversary of Breitbart’s suspicious and untimely death.
And now, a “woke” activist who got their start thanks to Breitbart is openly targeting Christians.
In the decade since Andrew Breitbart’s untimely death from a heart attack at just 43, the Right actually began to really battle in the culture war that the late media icon insisted Conservatives must fight.
The Left can’t stand it.
So they’ve increasingly turned to censorship to combat anyone who is countering their insane ideology.
Ironically, one of the chief generals of the Woke Mob’s cancel culture army—Antifa activist Nandini Jammi—owes her career to Andrew Breitbart.
Jammi founded and runs the group, Check My Ads Institute, which according to independent journalist Andy Ngo, “says it fights disinformation but in practice seeks to financially harm conservative news sites that challenge left-wing or liberal orthodoxy. Jammi targets their advertisers with spurious claims their brand is appearing on neo-Nazi websites.”
Breitbart was Jammi’s first target.
Now, the “woke” activist wants to shut down the Christian satire site the Babylon Bee which has really gotten under the skin of the Left of late because leftists understand the power of mockery.
Far-left agitator Saul Alinsky said in Rules for Radicals that, “ridicule is man’s most potent weapon. There is no defense. It is almost impossible to counter attack ridicule. Also it infuriates the opposition, who then react to your advantage.”
That is why the Left have relentlessly gone after the Babylon Bee, which has supplanted The Onion as the most relevant satire site.
Nandini Jammi is attempting to get The Bee labeled as “disinformation.”
“Babylon Bee may self-describe as ‘satire’ but that appears to be a front to mislead and retain advertisers. They are promoting disinformation through email subscribers that most advertisers will never know about. Clever,” Jammi recently wrote on Twitter.
Jammi isn’t the first left-wing organization to go after The Bee.
The New York Times also labeled them “misinformation under the guise of satire,” and described the site as “far right,” which spurred company CEO Seth Dillon to demand a retraction.
The Times ultimately reversed itself begrudgingly.
Meanwhile, Twitter refused to give The Bee a “verified” checkmark for an unusually long time, despite the fact they had 1 million followers.
The Left will keep going after anyone who calls them out.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.