Andrew Breitbart’s ‘Big Journalism’ Bloggers Use Antisemitic Nazi-Era Cartoon

The far right roots of Andrew Breitbart’s bloggers come bursting to the surface
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This is just mind-boggling.

On at least three occasions in the past year, bloggers at Andrew Breitbart’s “Big Journalism” website have posted a modified image that comes directly from a virulently antisemitic Nazi-era German magazine: Cartoon Regularly Featured On Big Journalism Connected To Nazi-Era Magazine.

The image appeared in a Big Journalism post Thursday morning credited to Logan Churchwell, director of public relations at Accuracy in Media…

That image has since been removed from the post. Big Journalism, which is edited by CNN contributor Dana Loesch, also used the cartoon in a January 8 blog post credited to Warner Todd Huston, and in a July 2 post…

The cartoon appears to have originated in a 1942 edition of the German magazine Kladderadatsch.

Heidelberg University in Germany maintains an online archive of Kladderadatsch. From the magazine’s March 29, 1942, edition:

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