"I hate these bastards," Andrew Breitbart said simply, referring to the Occupy Movement after entering the room in a Guy Fawkes Mask to promote his new under cover documentary entitled "Occupy Unmasked."
Breitbart gave the audience a sneak preview of the film, describing it as "a war film," about the Occupy movement that he wanted to be "rated X" to prove to people how atrocious the movement was.
The trailer featured multiple clips of protestor's violent behavior in America's major cities and the political and media figures that promoted the movement behind the scenes. (There was even a clip of a protestor trashing a Washington Examiner paper box)
"This is the grand-daddy, this is the Rose Parade of the left's attempt to take on the the rise of the American conservative movement," Brietbart said about the Occupy movement.
He said that the "puppet masters" behind the movement were tied to members of the mainstream media and the Democratic party.
"They helped to manufacture an intentionally vague movement that the young people would join it and make it sexy," Breitbart said. "They intentionally made it vague so that people would ascribe to it, project onto what they wanted to grow the movement."
Breitbart introduced the audience to the stars of the project; former left-wing activists Lee Stranahan who were "thrown out of the club," by the left wing blogosphere and joined Breitbart for the project. The team went undercover within the Occupy Movement to film footage for the documentary.
The trailer is not public yet, but they pointed interested parties to their website.