The left is not interested in compromise, warned Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow on Thursday, sharing the biggest lesson he learned from Andrew Breitbart in an interview with Sebastian Gorka, former deputy assistant to former President Donald Trump and host of the America First radio show.
Marlow joined Gorka to discuss his forthcoming book, Breaking the News: Exposing the Establishment Media’s Hidden Deals and Secret Corruption, scheduled for release on May 18.
“The biggest lesson I would say Andrew Breitbart taught me is that the left does not want to compromise with you,” Marlow said. “They do not want to meet in the middle. They do not want to coach you up. They want to crush you or convert you a hundred percent.”
Gorka concurred while warning against the inclination among some conservatives to appeal to the left.
“Listen to this, because this is why — it’s not the swamp, the swamp is one issue — I’m talking about establishment conservatives who think that if they play the game the left will actually let them in and will like them,” he stated. “No, they are there to crush you. Including you Liz Cheney.”
He added, “God bless you, Andrew Breitbart. You are sorely missed, but you’ve taught us how to take down the bullies and his team, Alex et al, are doing it every single day.”
Marlow, Andrew Breitbart’s first hire for the eponymous news media outlet he founded, is host of SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily.