While the FCC CSI tries to determine whether Gustavo actually heard right-wing radio pundit and morality cop Hugh Hewitt of Irvine say "tit" on the air, Washington Times columnist Andrew Breitbart is warning that "uninvited Democratic activists" have waged a "digital war" on ol' Hughcifer.
Hugh Hewitt's popular site shut off its comments section because of the success of these obnoxious invaders. Breitbart.com polices nonpartisan newswire stories for such obviously coordinated attacks. Other right-leaning sites such as Instapundit and National Review Online refuse to allow comments, knowing better than to flirt with the online activist left.
Breitbart was the part-time editor of the conservative Drudge Report website and calls himself "Matt Drudge
's bitch." He was also a developer for The Huffington Post and currently runs his own news portal, Breitbart.com
. In the Times
column, he writes that "Internet hooligans are spewing their talking points to thwart the dissent of the newly-out-of-power," and if that sounds to you like something you read on MoveOn.org as the Bushies took over for the Clintonistas, I believe you are correct.
Payback's a bitch, eh Andy?