Breitbart Texas Managing Director Brandon Darby Discusses New Publication’s Focus on Texas [AUDIO]
On the Tuesday edition of The Chad Hasty Show, Brandon Darby, managing director of Breitbart Texas, spoke with Chad Hasty about the news organization’s move into Texas.
Breitbart Texas, the newest arm of the Breitbart News Network, launched last Sunday alongside Breitbart London. Darby explained that, while Texas has traditionally been conservative, the state now appears to be split into three different factions: Democrats, moderate Republicans and the conservative Tea Party, with Democrats and Republicans both attacking conservatives and attempting to turn Texas blue. He said that Breibart Texas hopes to serve as the alternative to the leftist media that dominates most of the country.
“In Texas, we consider ourselves predominantly conservative…but what a lot of us don’t realize is that the national left establishment, the Democratic complex along with their Democratic media complex and the mainstream media, they began to put a lot of effort and all of their national dollars and all of their national experts into the state of Texas to try to turn Texas into a leftist-center blue state, a Democratic state.”
Darby said that, as with Breitbart News, Breitbart Texas will serve as the voice to those who are being attacked by the liberal media, and will cover the stories the left media won’t touch. He added that readers should expect to see lots of stories focusing on the corruption of big government and exposing financial waste and criminal activities.
Darby also added that, while Texas leader like Governor Rick Perry and Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst has welcomes the publication with open arms, they would not be sparred investigation and that Breibart Texas will work those hold even conservative office holders accountable.
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