Breitbart 'Obama tapes' from Harvard will be out soon
I don't know if there's going to be anything explosive or damaging to Obama in some videotapes that Andrew Breitbart got a hold of from the president's days at Harvard. It would have been much better if we had some film of Obama from his years spent at Columbia, where the probable reason we don't know much about his time spent there was because he hung around with a lot of student radicals.
By the time Obama got to Harvard, his career path was set and he was probably very careful about his associations. Still, the mystery of Obama's past that our watchdog press never got around to telling us about will have some gaps filled in if these videos are indeed, released.
On his program Thursday, Fox News' Sean Hannity spoke with Steve Bannon (producer of The Undefeated, among various other films) about a series of tapes Andrew Breitbart claimed to have about Barack Obama. Breitbart mentioned the tapes during his recent CPAC speech, sharing that "[w]e are going to vet [Barack Obama] from his college days to show you why racial division and class warfare are central to what hope and change was sold in 2008."
Bannon confirmed that there exists a series of tapes taken during Obama's time at Harvard, which will be publicly released "in a week or two." Breitbart has been "very systematic about going through this thing," Bannon added.
Additionally, the late activist / media personality had been working around the clock on a new website slated to be launched this weekend.
It should be interesting regardless if there are any "gotya" moments on the tapes.