Edited Version Of Breitbart Obama Video
March 8, 2012 by staff
Edited Version Of Breitbart Obama Video, This edited video of Barack Obama in 1991 that has been released by BuzzFeed is apparently the video Andrew Breitbart had been planning to release, before his sudden death on March 1. The original video is purportedly going to be shown on Fox’s Hannity show tonight.
At BuzzFeed, Andrew Kacynski writes:
In this video, not previously available online but licensed by BuzzFeed from a Boston television station, the future president speaks at a 1991 campus protest organized to demand tenure for minority and female law professors.
As President of the Harvard Law Review in the spring of his final year there, 1991, he aligned himself with Professor Derrick Bell’s dramatic protest for diversity on the faculty of Harvard Law School.
(Bell’s) protest that spring was occasioned by Harvard’s denial of tenure to a black woman professor, Regina Austin, at a time when only three of the law school’s professors were black and only five women.
Breitbart.com contends that this video has been “selectively edited”:
The video, which Kaczynski says was “licensed from a Boston television station,” shows a young Barack Obama leading a protest at Harvard Law School on behalf of Prof. Derrick Bell, a radical academic tied to Jeremiah Wright-about whom we will be releasing significant information in the coming hours.
However, the video has been selectively edited-either by the Boston television station or by Buzzfeed itself. Over the course of the day, Breitbart.com will be releasing additional footage that has been hidden by Obama’s allies in the mainstream media and academia.
Filmmaker and friend of Breitbart, Steve Cannon said earlier this week the video would be released on the Hannity show tonight.
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