Method to Madness “Andrew Breitbart has lost it.” “He’s become unhinged.” “He’s out of control.” That’s how the left tried to paint him the moment the following footage hit the web in February of 2012. The event was CPAC. While most were inside enjoying fine speeches given by fine people, Andrew Breitbart was outside, wading into a sea of Occupy protestors, with the intent of delivering a message to a movement that troubled him terribly…a movement manufactured by the left to pit Americans against Americans. What was Andrew’s message? Simple: Behave yourself. Why was he screaming? Simple: Everybody paying attention? Good. Roll cameras. Now the real message: Stop raping people. Stop raping people. Stop raping people. As it turns out, this was never a message designed to change the hearts and minds of the Occupiers. Most of them didn’t even know why they were there. This was a message designed to reach the mainstream media who in typical fashion, had failed to cover documented rapes that Occurred throughout the Occupy movement. The reactionary left salivated: “Andrew Breitbart has lost it.” “He’s become unhinged.” “He’s out of control.” They showed the footage over and over again to point out a crazed Andrew Breitbart. What they didn’t realize is the more they showed him screaming “stop raping people, stop raping people,” the more power they gave him and subsequently the brighter the light he was able to shine. By zeroing in on Andrew personally, as he knew they would, they unintentionally delivered the message for him. And in the week that followed, the rapes occurring at Occupy infiltrated the news cycle of the mainstream media and were brought to national attention.