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Milo Yiannopoulos Quits Breitbart

Milo Yiannopoulos Quits Breitbart

Implosion complete

In less than a week, professional provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos went from rising star to exiled disgrace. Yiannopoulos’ story is truly tragic, but one with an inevitable conclusion.

Milo was invited to keynote this week’s Conservative Political Action Committee Conference (CPAC), only to be disinvited after comments he made about pederasty surfaced. Reportedly, CPAC board members were kept in the dark about Milo’s invite.

Shortly thereafter, Milo lost a cushy book deal with Simon and Shuster.

Tuesday, Yiannopoulos announced his resignation from Breitbart Tech.

“It would be wrong to allow my poor choice of words to detract from my colleagues’ important reporting, so today I am resigning from Breitbart, effectively immediately. This decision is mine alone,” wrote Yiannopoulos in a written statement. “Breitbart News has stood by me when others caved.”

According to AdWeek, “PodcastOne, which hosts the Breitbart podcasts, is ending its partnership with the publication.”

Milo was long touted as a free speech advocate who had an almost uncanny way of ruffling progressive feathers.

But, when your entire schtick consists of riling up campus progressive groups, what exactly are you proving? And when you call your opponents things like dumb and stupid, how, exactly, are you advancing free speech or conservatism for that matter?

Author of Trust Me, I’m Lying, pegged Milo’s strategy:

You’re worried about “normalizing” their behavior when in fact, that’s the one thing they don’t want to happen. The key tactic of alternative or provocative figures is to leverage the size and platform of their “not-audience” (i.e. their haters in the mainstream) to attract attention and build an actual audience. Let’s say 9 out of 10 people who hear something Milo says will find it repulsive and juvenile. Because of that response rate, it’s going to be hard for someone like Milo to market himself through traditional channels. His potential audience is too spread out, and doesn’t have that much in common. He can’t advertise, he can’t find them one by one. It’s just not going to scale.

But let’s say he can acquire massive amounts of negative publicity by pissing off people in the media? Well now all of a sudden someone is absorbing the cost of this inefficient form of marketing for him. If a CNN story reaches 100,000 people, that’s 90,000 people all patting themselves on the back for how smart and decent they are. They’re just missing the fact that the 10,000 new people that just heard about Milo for the first time. The same goes for when you angrily share on Facebook some godawful thing one of these people has said. The vast majority of your friends rush to agree, but your younger cousin has a dark switch in his brain go on for the first time.

This is what creates the incentives for trolls to be more and more provocative and to care less and less about what normal, middle of the group people think. With Tucker, we knew that feminists were never, ever going to like his stuff. So we wanted to leverage that anger and outrage as that incredible force that it can be. When we tried to pay to name a Planned Parenthood clinic after him, the point wasn’t to greenwash his name through charitable donations. That never would have worked. The point was that “HOW DARE YOU?!” coverage from sites like Jezebel would naturally reach a number of people who thought the whole thing was funny and absurd. It would reach the people who hate-read Jezebel. It’d also be fuel for Jezebel’s critics.

This approach requires a certain shamelessness but it is effective because it puts the dominant group into the horns of a dilemma: Ignore them and let them do something offensive or object and give them the attention they need to survive and thrive? It’s why for Milo, there is no such thing as bad publicity right now. He’s maneuvered his brand with ruthless, bulletproof perfection.

Milo’s use of media manipulation to propel himself into the national spotlight is only part of the story.

As Robert Oscar Lopez wrote at The Stream, Yiannopoulos’ pederasty comments highlight a contradiction the LGBTQ movement likes to ignore.

I take seriously his joke about being sexually abused, which certainly fits in with his overall pattern of behavior. Many boys abused by older gay men are told this litany of rationalizations: This is who you are, you must be true to yourself, keep breathing and it will stop hurting, you will learn to like this, why fight this, it was you who wanted this, don’t you remember, you asked me to show you, nobody will believe you now that you’ve done it already so just settle in with the gay community for the long haul. Once the molester has conquered you he will likely throw you away, but the gay community will protect its own at all costs, and will crush you ruthlessly if you tell the truth to the world at large.

In a society soaked in porn where sexual orientation is discussed openly in front of small children, there will certainly be 12- and 13-year-olds who think they want sex and think they are ready for it. When we discuss “gay identity” with 6th graders, which is very common, what are we discussing? We are talking about sexual acts. Perhaps people need to stand up and resist the Human Rights Campaign’s recent push to force such curricula on elementary and middle schools.

The gay adults who often oversee such youth clubs like to project their own highly edited memories of growing up on young people (remember the “It Gets Better” series?). It is naive to think that you can encourage a 7th grader to identify as gay and then be shocked when he has sex with a man. Given the shortage of gay-identified boys within his age range, he will probably be initiated by an older man and then fall in with increasingly older men until he’s now 15 and sleeping with 45-year-olds.

And then the implosion was complete.

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This was a coordinated hit by Evan “Egg McMuffin” McMullin.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to EBL. | February 21, 2017 at 8:22 pm

    Milo’s press conference: (This is all new to me).

    Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns from Breitbart,
    Tells Story of Childhood Sexual

      notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital. | February 21, 2017 at 8:28 pm

      Oops! Full YouTube title:
      Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns from Breitbart, Tells Story of Childhood Sexual Abuse

      Yeah I don’t know much about Milo Yiannopoulos but I watched the same video earlier today and I thought his story was compelling. I don’t think there’s any question that he’s not a pedophile by any means and that basically some flippant comments he made on the subject a while ago were used against him, when it could do the most harm. Bill Maher, a liberal darling, is on record saying much worse stuff, so it’s selective outrage obviously.

      But on the other hand, I don’t think Breitbart was the right fit for him – it’s a news organization that is trying to build up its credibility, whereas he’s an entertainer that wants and probably needs no limits on what he is allowed to say. So parting ways was most likely inevitable. There’s a lot of airtime on late night cable and I’d think someone would make him an offer once it becomes clear that there’s nothing to this.

        MattMusson in reply to tyates. | February 22, 2017 at 9:19 am

        Unfortunately – I heard one of the audios where he defended males preying upon young boys. That was just a bridge too far.

          Then you need to pay attention. He said sometimes a 13-year old is old enough to decide about sex. He didn’t advocate the general case, but he did observe it seems to happen more often in the homosexual world.

          artichoke in reply to MattMusson. | February 22, 2017 at 2:13 pm

          I think he was self-justifying what had happened to him. It is utterly normal to defend one’s parents, or parent-figures if they assume that importance, even in their flaws.

          It’s a bridge too far for me too, and for a day I was done with him, but then I realized he never advocated it, never pushed for it, was really just showing respect for this father figure who may have really screwed up his life, but it’s the only life he has.

          Milo was talking about teen sex, and teen sex is the exact opposite of pedophilia. Pedophilia = sexual attraction to prepubescent children. Romeo and Juliet were teenagers, but they weren’t pedophiles because they were both sexually mature. So anyone accusing him of pedophilia should go look up the word in a dictionary.

          Now obviously being sexually mature in the biological sense doesn’t mean that you’re ready to handle sex and its consequences which is why there are age of consent laws. Milo explicitly says that he supports these laws. So again, where exactly is he advocating underage sex.

          The drinking age is 21. Did I ever drink before 21? Yes. Was it a responsible thing for me to do? Not really, but I enjoyed myself and didn’t get into too much trouble. Do I think the drinking age should still be 21? I dunno, I guess its reasonable.

          Now if you read all of that and decided that I advocate underage drinking, then you, my friend, have a reading comprehension problem.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to EBL. | February 21, 2017 at 8:26 pm

    EBL, the Lie-Stream Media would still tell us to believe a healthy, 43 year-old Breitbart just dropped dead of a heart attack. (Believe it or not.)

    Something is seriously wrong when 100% of all those “untimely” deaths like Breitbart’s benefit the Leftists, Dem, Regressives 100% of the time.

I not a cheerleader for homosexuals, but I enjoy the ease with which Milo demonstrates the hypocrisy of the left and its entire perverted lgbtxyz crap.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to Rick. | February 21, 2017 at 8:33 pm

    Watch that YouTube press conference.

    I was leery of it, but as EBL stated, this is so obviously a hit job by the “UNI-PARTY” (Soros, Clintons, etc…)

    Milo explains how they edited everything to get what the MSM
    wanted to attack with.

legalizehazing | February 21, 2017 at 8:50 pm

I don’t have a penchant for conspiracy but I always assumed Milo said things he didn’t believe and had cooperation from some in conservative media. This reaction smacks of the same inauthenticity that built his career, in my opinion. Even his book deal seemed like it was organized for them to back out in a public way.

He’s an odd case all around. I am glad in society there is a hard boundary child rape.

He was an uncannily destructive force when it came to destroying identity politics rhetoric.

I never thought he was appropriate for CPAC.

For the sake of his sanity I hope he can slide back into a life of anonymity. But I think his ego will require us to hear more from him somehow.

    DaveGinOly in reply to legalizehazing. | February 21, 2017 at 9:12 pm

    “…I always assumed Milo said things he didn’t believe and had cooperation from some in conservative media.”

    I think Ann Coulter is cast from the same mold – she’s a bomb-thrower who sometimes says things, not for their effect on her target audience (who understands the meaning of “hyperbole”), but for their effect on her detractors. Throw bomb – watch heads explode.

      legalizehazing in reply to DaveGinOly. | February 21, 2017 at 9:38 pm

      Absolutely. I get a deep gratification from watching Ann and his public interactions. Selfishly, I hope the man can stick around and produce the same quality of content – or better

        I was able to meet Ms. Coulter at a public gathering once. Maybe not surprisingly, I found that I thought less of her after the experience.

        She is extremely intelligent, no doubt about that. But I was left with the overwhelming feeling that she was just playing a part that earned her a great deal of money. What does she actually believe, down deep? I found myself doubting that she actually believes much of anything at all.

      OneVoiceInAmerica in reply to DaveGinOly. | February 21, 2017 at 11:11 pm

      I agree that he and Ann are flame throwers that get will burned occasionally.
      I thought Don Rickles wore out purposeful offensiveness years ago.

    “I am glad in society there is a hard boundary child rape.”

    You’re an ignorant fool. If you had actually paid attention to the story, instead of getting your hate on, you’d realize Milo was the one raped, and has exposed multiple actual child molesters.

    Good job, you hate one of the good guys because following was easier than thinking.

      legalizehazing in reply to Crawford. | February 22, 2017 at 3:29 am

      For the record – I’m not implying what you suggest. I wasn’t very clear.

      I greatly enjoy Milo. I am just happy in a society where open homosexuality slid into the realm of public acceptance in the fashion it did, that there can be outrage still on the subject of sexual child abuse.

      If Milo gets clubbed for discussing it the way he did we now have a clear standard for clubbing the perverse leftists…

As a person who has befriended numerous men who were sexually abused as children, I find this posting illustrates the ignorance of what can be called “normals.”

I’ll also say it’s lacking in compassion, beginning with the photo. This photo is NOT of MILO TODAY. He looked quite well put together and composed today.

I come at this from a completely different direction, having met a man and a woman (they don’t know each other) who were each sexually abused beginning when they were VERY young, about 5 years old.

This experience to a young child, to use my own analogy, is like having his wires FRIED. Think of being a completely ignorant naive 5 year old boy, and having someone you know and are supposed to be able to trust, walking into your bedroom, putting… just imagine each and every movement and what you think you might feel, being in that naive unknowing state. One person viciously called it shock “therapy.” It totally changes that child.

I didn’t know Milo’s history. Today, I still don’t, but he’s been far more revealing than most men who’ve suffered as he has. I do know from speaking with many abused men in order to learn more about this, that they feel immense shame, immense shame and guilt, from the abuse. I know that some of them end up with sexual fetishes or preferences – as Milo clearly has – as a result. The way he speaks of sexual activities is similar to how these men speak to other adults about their sexual interests.

Many times, men won’t disclose this for the first time until they’re in their 40s or 50s. One man I knew didn’t disclose until he was about 60 years old. 60!

I’ve been listening to some of Milo’s presentations and he has been edging closer and closer to telling about his abuse and today he did. As he noted, not the way he wanted his parents to hear about it. He’s TRYING VERY HARD to explain to people the consequences of abuse, as he tried on Bill Maher’s show, but was shut down. It’s very hard for an abuse survivor to talk about this, but he has been extraordinarily brave about it. Extraordinary. He’s extraordinarily unusual in this. Amazing, really to watch him inch closer and closer to explaining to the uninitiated. It’s a club I promise you don’t want to join.

I don’t really have time to write the book this requires, but perhaps it will suffice to say, the more we hear from abuse survivors – ALL THEY HAVE TO SAY- and not just the sanitized sounds we want to hear, the sooner we will start saving them from suicide and preventing abuse in the first place. But we are not open, we are quick to judge. I promise you, when you shame them more, they clam up and you will never know what’s behind the mask. That’s what they call it, their mask.

I spent years talking with that man I mentioned earlier. He had multiple personalities and he would switch personalities all the time, it was so aggravating. But I made it a point to be accepting, totally accepting, so he would tell me what he was thinking. He had a very successful business and he had employees and responsibilities.

One of his personalities wanted to be a girl so badly. The other two, one was the successful (hyper-busy) business man and the other was a frustrated teenager that despised the girl wannabe. He was a mess. But if I had shamed him, he would never have shared his inner conflicts with me, I wouldn’t have learned, he wouldn’t have had a confidante, and his therapy would probably still not be getting off the ground.

Milo is willing to explain all the wiring problems, if people won’t shame him to exile. He’s willing to do the self-sacrificing of explaining the effects of abuse to the unknowing population. This would be an immense service to humanity, because suffering would be more often prevented and afflicted children would be better understood by more people.

So, I would never criticize Milo for what he said or didn’t say. His candor is entirely too valuable. He literally deserves a medal for bravery. I do care about what he DOES, but as far as I can see, he hasn’t done a single thing wrong. And I believe him when he says he’s outed 3 actual pedophiles.

It took me 3 years of reading, talking to people, meeting people, to get a handle on this, because my friend was too ashamed, too afraid and too triggered to explain it all to me. He dropped bread crumbs. IT was so frustrating.

My entrance to this alternate universe has really changed my view on so much. And it is an alternate universe where up is down, left is right, normal is abnormal, and the bizarre is truly out there. You cannot condemn it by your standards BEFORE YOU EVEN HEAR FROM THEM if you wish to understand those suffering. You must meet them on their terms or accomplish nothing. Children don’t tell. Then when they’re an adult they’re labeled a freak, and still can’t tell.

We have so many young people suffering…. I’m thankful to Milo for trying to inform we normals about the crazy world, the alternate universe, all around us that we don’t even know is there. It’s invisible to us, because those that could explain are ashamed….

If you need information or help, I recommend http://www.MaleSurvivor.Org. They have discussion forums and other resources.

I also recommend the following books:
Richard Gartner’s book, “Beyond Betrayal”
“Fractured Mind” by Robert Oxnam
For those with multiple personalities, the simplest, fastest primer is “United We Stand” by Eliana Gil.

It was an honor to spend 6 years speaking with this man, and helping him see better who he was. I won’t disparage Milo unless he unquestionably deserves it.

    Well said. I watched the Rogan interview early last year and though uncomfortable, it is clear Milo was being outrageous and dropping hints and clear rationalizations. You have to rationalize to live your life; those that can’t, don’t. To me, the best points aren’t being elevated, but Milo hits the PC victim stuff and too, he makes it clear, he was inoculated as a teen into gay sexual activities by a willing adult AND his desire to get back at his Mom. That he enjoyed it is what most gay men tell these teens… see you enjoyed it.. you are gay! Break society’s rules! Fight back! Be promiscuous!

    Same mindset happens with some teen girls as they come of age… to fight back they sleep around. Or either sex, males/females engage in destructive behaviors, drink, drugs, risk taking. But teen boys are of particular and separate risk to be preyed upon by gay men or older gay leaning teens. Once the wires get crossed, they are crossed.

    Any child sex abuse is soul murder. It really is. Not just gay stuff either, but the gay male community stands out, IMO, on how many of them prey on confused young men and use them. It is sickening, and normal folks who grew up without abuse seemingly have an inability to empathize. Milo will be ok. He’s leaving clues. He had a great interview with the Duck Cmdr, Robertson, and my hope, is that he reaches out someday to him and get his head right… but doing so would end his celebrity, so .. it gets complicated.

      Close The Fed in reply to RobM. | February 21, 2017 at 10:30 pm

      Dear RobM:
      I don’t think it would end his celebrity. He has plenty of other insights, aside from his abuse and homosexuality.

    @Close The Fed this article is about schadenfreude; there is no compassion in it

Morning Sunshine | February 21, 2017 at 9:19 pm

well, that interview was the most sincere apology I have ever seen/heard from a public figure. I may not agree with all his positions, and I am not sure about him speaking at CPAC, but I do have some respect for him for taking the arrows he has for free speech.

Milo found a subject that he wasn’t bulletproof on.

Ironically, one of the problems with huge amounts of immigration is that some foreign cultures do have a totally different take on pedophilia and age of consent/consent in general.

Meanwhile, in Afghanistan, US soldiers get court-martialed for preventing child rape.

When I first heard this story I skipped the spin and read what Milo actually said. It didn’t strike me as particularly difficult, particularly challenging, to understand that by “boy” he meant “young man”, in the same way men will often refer to a young woman as a “girl”.

Finding out the further context, his rebuttal of the accusations and other things he said during the same session, confirmed what I suspected.

This is a “Trump called all Mexicans rapists” moment.

It’s bullsh*t, and the CPAC reaction is chickensh*t.

It is calculated deception and cooperation with calculated deception, plain and simple.

Reason #647 why NeverTrumpers must be purged from the ranks.

    buckeyeminuteman in reply to maxmillion. | February 22, 2017 at 8:01 am

    Non-conservatives need to be purged from the ranks. I don’t care if you love Trump or not. We need results, not personalities.

The reprobates on the left (and right) may well have unleashed the fury of Milo and his crusade to beat back the global elite and misanthropic policies. McMullin’s days are numbered.

Contrast with Harvey Milk.

It’s sad and disappointing that such a staunch free-speech advocate has been banned, trashed & burned for his speech. By free-speech advocates! With the same shaming tactics that destroyed Brendan Eich.

Harvey Milk did what Milo only talked about. Not that those free-speech advocates would have invited Milk. Not the point. As a private enterprise, CPAC is free to invite and disinvite, to associate with and not associate with, whomever they please. Not gonna hold that against them, except to the extent it is counter to conservatives’ free speech principles.

    Close The Fed in reply to Daiwa. | February 21, 2017 at 10:32 pm

    Speaking of Brendan Eich, he has a new browser:

    Brave at I’m using it now.

    Crawford in reply to Daiwa. | February 21, 2017 at 11:04 pm

    They’ve named a ship in the US Navy after Harvey Milk. The Republicans have done nothing to undo that stain on the service.

Gerry Studds had sex with teenage boys working in Congress. He was continuously elected and was eulogized as a hero when he died.

But he was a very liberal democrat so child abuse was and is okay when done by the MSM’s favored people.

Conservatism often attracts some people who are coming out of rough patches in their lives, and I don’t think its a bad thing at all. Part of moving ahead in your life after a rough spot is figuring out that you have some core values and deciding what they are.

Conservatism is at its core pro-country, pro-family, pro-community, pro-liberty, and pro-growth and its a great foundation to build on and a sense of pride knowing that you’re part of the same tradition that helped build Western Civ and create the modern world.

My definition of conservatism is big enough to include gay people, and regardless of whether yours is too, Milo’s not the first gay conservative and he won’t be the last. And even though we’ll never all agree on what the one true religion is, conservatism is something that pretty much any one can get on board and with they and the rest of us will be better for it.

KK is just mad (and jealous) cuz Milo rocks.

He hurts UniParty feeewings and that’s very threatening to small minded Never Trumpers.

He’s gonna be OK

Milo joins the unconscious guy on the ground being beaten. By the mob. He wins this round. His book will be published and be number one. This was a big strategic error by the left..

Funny how this type of thing suddenly matters – in just one case.

But, when your entire schtick consists of riling up campus progressive groups, what exactly are you proving? And when you call your opponents things like dumb and stupid, how, exactly, are you advancing free speech or conservatism for that matter?

When the left riots because a gay British man is speaking at a college, it gets attention. It shows what most Americans already know… we will be attacked if we speak out against leftist orthodoxy. Milo speaks out against BLM, third wave feminism and even, gay activists. He says things “Conservatives” may think but are too afraid to voice. Maybe if our so-called conservative leaders weren’t such cowards, always caving in to the left wing, people like Milo wouldn’t be necessary.

Milo speaks truth to power.
Today on Laura, she was very dismissive of Milo and I thought, how foolish the elites of the Republican establishment are. He can bring hundreds of thousands new members, but they are too stupid to realize.

Milo’s defense of Brexit in the days leading up to the vote showed a far greater breadth of interest than just upsetting some progs at universities. If Trump is KKK than Milo is NAMBLA….. Not….

in a world where superficiality can get you fired for using the words “niggardly” or “homophone”, this was the perfect storm of poorly chosen or explained words to pull the plug on a rising defender of conservatism….. Oh….too edgy.? Too uncomfortable to stick around for the complete explaination?

Turning a “no win” situation into a “never win” one is painful to watch.

The problem for Milo is he is a conservative and conservatives are, for the most part, soft c#@ks when it comes to standing up to the outragously outragety of liberals over gunned up outrage.

Had Milo been a, oh I dunno, female liberal conservative talking about the actual act of paedophilia he would have been safe…as witnessed by Sarah Silvermans tweets.

Of course she will not be dropped by liberal TV producers, nor will she ever face any push back (because paedophilia is a great laugh).


Female liberal comedian ffs!!! Fat fingers!!!

Milo had out grown Breibart and his departure was advanced by this story. He is not a pedophile and still has a large fan base that supports him. This episode was a punch in the face of a rising star that the left wants taken out because he was beginning to hit main stream success. He will not be the last to experience this harassment. Others should be ready for what is coming.

Where did this picture come from? It certainly did not come from his press conference, yesterday.

The quoted articles are part of a planned, full-court press by our very dishonest media, in an effort to destroy an effective outsider. It is also an and attempt to inoculate prominent Democrats and Republicans against the forthcoming child trafficking prosecutions.

For those who are not aware, the pedophile busts are huge, international, on-going. There were about 1500 arrests in the US alone over the last month, taking down sex-trafficking rings (adults and children). This is more than the usual yearly total.

It is the second such co-ordinated action in recent days, the first being the attempt to vilify Pewdiepie as a Nazi.

I’m quoting the following without attribution, below.

The first post in the salvo was McMullin’s blog, The Reagan Battalion. They put out the edited video that everyone cited.
If you search for The Reagan Battalion, you’ll find almost all of the major hit piece articles cite TRB as a source:

They are all posted in waves — several sites posted it 13 hours ago, several 8 hours ago, several 5 hours ago, and now some are posting an hour ago. Keep it fresh and constantly in the breaking news.

Those that don’t directly cite TRB cite one of these sources.
This includes these primary sources citing each other in later articles, as they take TRB out of the equation and turn “Milo’s a pedo apologist” (which they turned into “Milo’s a pedo”) into “common wisdom.”

“This is a common tactic used by the Regressive Left called citogenesis (citation genesis). You basically make up bullshit and cite yourself via proxy.

“At the same time, they’re doing their best to silence him and attack his income sources, by demanding “comments” by CPAC… but also Milo’s book publisher, as well as Breitbart and most importantly, Breitbart’s advertisers.

“It’s the same thing they did to PewDiePie but at a larger scale, since this was organized via mailing list:



That last link shows that the planned attack leaked ahead of time. So, we have exposure of the Fake News mechanism, participants, and tactics.

Milo’s demise has been greatly exaggerated, and so has Pewdiepie’s.

You can attack and even destroy Milo but you will not halt the move toward conservative values. That’s all this is, an assault on the movement and Milo is the first casualty.

Milo is not a pedophile and I personally hope Milo recovers from this and continues to debunk liberals lies for all to see.

    amwick in reply to Merlin01. | February 22, 2017 at 12:05 pm

    There is an old saying about what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, or something. I think that Milo must be terrifically strong by now, we have not heard the last from him. I don’t get that unflattering picture at the top, it must be an old one. Tin eye traced it back to Jan 2016.

buckeyeminuteman | February 22, 2017 at 7:59 am

If we are going to really be Conservatives; we need to be defending principles, not personalities. That goes for media outlets as well as presidents.

Kemberlee, I do not appreciate the photo or tone of this report.

You do better than this. There is news here, but you did not report this as news.

Milo has life experience and uses approaches that are not part of my life beliefs. Regardless, he is an articulate and broadly educated person. He builds exceptional arguments over many disciplines.

This should be a report on targeting and assault. Who, where, when.

Milo had me at GamerGate. Where have you been?

This situation highlights why being a homosexual is (or at least used to be) considered a security risk. You can be blackmailed or destroyed any time the enemy wants. In Milo’s case, the enemy is the democrat party.

    No snopercod, the enemy is the Establishment not entirely just the Democrat party. This hit piece came out of the sources listed at The Reagan Battalion website, go read the names.

This nasty hit piece perfectly illustrates why the base hates the GOPe.

We made Milo. Only we can break him.

He is not broken.

Meanwhile, Hollywood is trying to rehabilitate a man who did in fact rape a 13 year-old.

So gleeful! The shitty photo. The claim about “implosion” (you wish). The toldyaso tone. But why? We should embrace this guy. He has pushed back strongly against the identity ideology fascists of the left … and found a way to monetize it. WIN WIN! Milo told a hard truth, based on empirical knowledge, that the captive gayleft doesn’t like. Makes them look bad. Makes everyone else a bit queasy. And he refuses to be a victim about it. WIN WIN WIN WIN. What’s wrong with you that you can’t appreciate all of this WIN?

Richard Aubrey | February 22, 2017 at 1:03 pm

The Suddenly Outraged seem to be volunteering for the dunking stool at the county fair. WHy on Earth do they think nobody knows about how they loved Milk, Studs, and Polanski?
To continue the county fair metaphor, it’s as if they have a booth.

I think a lot of social conservatives are relieved that they can turn their backs on Milo now, him being an “icky” homosexual and all. Remember how CPAC uninvited the Log Cabin Republicans? Same thing.

I took the time to listen to what Milo said which started all this controversy. He claims that sometimes young teens are mature enough to decide whether to have sex, and it seems to be more frequent in the gay world. That’s it. The social cons are going nuts because they can now publicly flame one of the “dangerous faggots” without being tagged as hypocrites for going after a fellow conservative.

For those professing outrage, how many times have you seen approving comments following a local news story about a female teacher seducing a male student? I know Professor Reynolds enjoys posting links to such with his “Teach Women Not To Rape” tag.

By “approving” I mean adult males who say stuff like “where were these teachers when I was in high school,” or “That kid should be bragging,” or just “atta boy!” They think that’s the greatest thing in the world.

If it’s wrong, then it’s wrong. Gender is irrelevant.

Going back to my opening sentence, this outrage is very convenient for social cons in that it gives them an out (excuse the pun) to dump Milo.

Maybe it’s not too late for CPAC, and Breitbart, to ask for him back. He may say “f you” but it’s in their interest to try.

CPAC surely never expected Milo to survive this as he has. Now he’s a threat to them as he should be.