As we expected. I will never stop missing him.

Andrew Breitbart, the conservative blogger whose posting of a sexually explicit photo of former U.S. Rep. Anthony Weiner led to the congressman’s downfall, died of heart failure, the Los Angeles County Coroner said in an autopsy report released Friday.

Breitbart, 43, died on March 1. The final cause of death was listed as heart failure, which was caused by Breitbart having an enlarged heart and some heart disease, said Chief Coroner Craig Harvey.

Breitbart had a small amount of alcohol in his system, but no prescription or illicit drugs were detected. No significant trauma was present and foul play is not suspected. A full report is expected to be available within two weeks.

In the event you haven’t come across this, a fund has been established for Andrew’s children. Here’s a message fro Larry Solov, Andrew’s friend and business partner:

So many of you have graciously asked what you can do for Andrew’s wife Susie, and his 4 beautiful children Samson (12) Mia (9) Charlie (7) and Will (5). We hope you will join us in preserving Andrew’s legacy by protecting his children’s futures.

Warm Regards,
Larry Solov
CEO and President
Breitbart News Network

The Breitbart Children’s Trust
149 S. Barrington Ave #735
Los Angeles, CA 90049

And the Breitbart/Bannon/Citizens United movie trailer for “Occupy Unmasked” has been released. Here it is.

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  1. Trish S says:

    We are all Breitbart now…

  2. LucyLadley says:

    G-d Bless You Tammy & G-d Bless Andrew Breitbart’s family & all those that personally knew & loved him. What an incredible example of a Patriot Andrew Breitbart was, not only for us, but for generations to come. Tammy, your show from April 20th, 2012 closed on a recommendation for us to take care of our nutrition & health so our hearts stay strong & we can keep up the good fight for our country. That was aired before the autopsy results about Andrew Breitbart. Very Prophetic of you! G-d is working through you, Tammy.

  3. WalkStar says:

    Dear. Tammy and good TAMs everywhere,
    What an unspeakable heartbreak. It is a gift that you knew him so well, Tammy, and that he loved you so dearly. He ignited a spark in every single one of us. We are his torch of freedom. Thank you for carrying it so high! I hope thousands of Patriots send support to his beautiful children and Susie. We will continue his work with a renewed sense of purpose. Love and hugs! Noonie

  4. shellym says:

    I think of Andrew Breitbart often. In many ways, I think the conservative movement was strengthened by his untimely passing, and I say that respectfully. We’d all much prefer that he was still here, fighting every day & charming us with his brilliant wit & wry smile. Yet, a movement becomes more powerful when it grows beyond one person. This is his final gift to all of us, that each person has the power to make a difference. Even in (what seems to be) defeat, there is victory.

    May God bless him. #RIP faithful warrior

  5. radargeek says:

    I still have my reservations… I’m not a conspiracy-nut but this is the state of a citizen trusting our government and my trust is very very low. God bless Andrew and his family- they will be in my prayers.

    • Cernunnos81 says:

      Radar, you and I and everyone else all know there are a Lot of things out there that can cause Heart Failure. I agree, not calling it a conspiracy and not saying they did or would, but this bunch………

  6. AniMel says:

    I hope his kids, even as they grow up without their father, know how much he loved them and this country and wanted to make America a better place for them.

  7. Shifra says:

    Such a loss, on so many levels… For his family, for his friends, for us…

  8. jeaneeinabottle says:

    God bless our *Angel Warrior*….I wrote that so many times on twitter and I never thought it would literally ever be….still can’t believe it. I love that picture of him, one of the best, so handsome, and that look in his eyes of pure life. Isn’t it awesome to have experienced the full energy of honest to goodness love and liberty that he had. That is what we will lose, that’s what we want the future generations to always have, if they choose to.

  9. SoCalGal says:

    God Bless you and your family Andrew. You are so missed. Your death was a huge loss for us on the outside looking in. But for your family, I can’t even imagine the loss to them. You are our Angel Warrior. My hero…my brother…my mentor. Rest in Peace young man.

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