RightOnline is a project launched by Americans for Prosperity dedicated “to advancing liberty and prosperity for all Americans through greater citizen participation online.” They will host the exclusive premiere of a new documentary entitled “Hating Breitbart” highlighting the work of the late Andrew Breitbart, conservative new media pioneer and entrepreneur, at their annual conference held in Las Vegas, NV on June 15-16, 2012. Americans for Prosperity in a release about the documentary said:
Misguided attacks, smears and accusations have often been directed toward conservative activists. But during the dawn of the tea-party movement, this hatred warped into attacks which became increasingly personal and hostile. No one knew this better than Andrew Breitbart, a nationally renowned conservative advocate and blogger who passed away suddenly earlier this year.
“Hating Breitbart” – two and a half years in the making – documents Breitbart’s rise in the media world, from the birth of the Tea Party in 2009 to early this year. The film shows behind the scenes footage of many of the explosive media controversies that Breitbart found himself at the center of, including the Congressman Weiner Twitter-scandal and the undercover recording of ACORN tapes. Learn more at www.hatingbreitbart.com.
We’re proud to announce that Americans for Prosperity Foundation and RightOnline will host a Hating Breitbart screening of select scenes on Friday, June 15th at the annual RightOnline Conference. RightOnline is the must-attend yearly conference for right-leaning media and bloggers to educate on and encourage online activism.
Full disclosure, yours truly is an official blogger for the event and I look forward to attending. The conference will also have numerous speakers such as: Scott Rasmussen, Michelle Malkin, Jonah Goldberg, Dana Loesch, S.E. Cupp and Hugh Hewitt. You can register online here. If you use the promo code, “fightbackonline” you will receive a $10 discount on your registration.
Here’s the trailer of Hating Breitbart (warning some explicit language):