A history of heart problems led to conservative author and blogger Andrew Breitbart, 43, collapsing and dying during a walk near his California home. But even in death, the pit bull newsman in Breitbart is still alive and well.
The journalist revealed during a CPAC convention prior to his death that he has damaging video of President Barack Obama during his young, radical college years.
He told the CPAC audience that he will release the clip during the upcoming presidential campaign to expose the president's radical roots.
His friends are backing him up. Filmmaker Steve Bannon said on The Sean Hannity Show on Thursday night that he will make good on Breitbart’s promise to release tapes that he said reveal Obama as a radical bent on "racial division and class warfare."
"We are going through a series of tapes of President Obama at Harvard," Bannon said. "We will show them in a week to 10 days."
Breitbart, whose six websites are worth an estimated $4 million, had promised to release the tapes March 1st, but dropped dead before he could, which has sparked conspiracy theorists across the internet to claim that the President had him killed before the video is surfaced.
But what radical days is he referring to?
After high school, Obama moved to Los Angeles in 1979 and attended Occidental College. From there, he transferred to Columbia University in New York City and graduated in 1983.
In 1985, he worked in Chicago as director of the Developing Communities Project (DCP) for three years before attending Harvard Law School in 1988 where he stayed and graduated, earning his J.D. magna cum laude in 1991.
Not to mention Obama was the first Black president of the Harvard Law Review. So in all of Obama’s travels, from Occidental College to Harvard Law, where did he get his radical views from and why in 2012 is the video surfacing?
Even in death, Breitbart is still stirring the pot of controversy, trying to get the flavor just right. He said he wanted to release the video during the President’s re-election campaign. Well, Obama is in full election mode and still no video; we guess we’ll have to wait and see.
In the meantime, take a look at some classic snapshots of the President during his college years.