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In an epic case of epistemic closure, Breitbart continues to cast himself as the victim in the Shirley Sherrod affair:

I strongly believed, and still believe, that I had irrefutable evidence that showed the NAACP caught in an act of racism far worse than anything the media and the Democrat Party had attempted to manufacture in a year and a half of relentlessly trying to destroy the Tea Party.

But what do you expect from someone entirely captured by a phony ideological war that gives his career meaning? If you answered "uncritical links from Instapundit" you'd be right.

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