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 Earlier today, two of my favorite Editors Big Journalism editor Dana Loesch, and Big Government editor Mike Flynn joined their boss Andrew Breitbart (collectively described as the “Big” Sons of Bitches by Jimmy Hoffa Jr.) on a little road trip.

They decided to pay a visit to the DC home of Media Matters, that progressive media watchdog funded by spooky dude George Soros and frequented by little Eric Boehlert the man who calls me a Jew-basher.  Their quest was to find the holy grail (sorry wrong movie), their quest was to get a copy of  Media Matters‘ IRS 990 disclosure form, which by law needs to be provided to anyone who requests one.

Unlike other tax-free organizations Media Matters has not made their form 990 easily accessible. There are a few sites that collect them and distribute the forms to anybody who wants them.  You may remember that’s how I discovered that George Soros had actually given money to J-Street despite their denials, by looking up their form 990.

The Issue with the folks at Media Matters is different, as a tax-exempt organization they are not supposed to be involved in politics, a rule they obviously break.  The “Bigs” have been trying to collect evidence to prove Media Matters’ violations to the IRS, their tax form 990 is just part of the data collection.  The last thing the media matters people would expect is the “Big” Sons of Bitches visiting their offices, but they did, and what ensued was pure chaos. Below are two videos of the visit, one taken by Media Matters and shows our three heroes getting the copy of the 990 from  Media Matters Executive Vice President Ari Rabin-Havt.

And the better more “dramatically produced” version from my friends at Breitbart.

If you would like to read the account from the “Big” participants, please click here

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