Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns From Breitbart News After Pedophilia Comments The New York Times
We don't want to spend too much time updating Milo Yiannopoulos's 24-hour horror story, except to say that Milo's career had an update Tuesday, February 21. In a mind-boggling 24-hr downfall, Mr. Yiannopoulos lost his speaking engagement at this weekend's conservative CPAC conference; had his publisher Simon & Schuster cancel the publication of his upcoming book 'Dangerous', and today -- with six Bretbart reporters ready to resign if he didn't -- Milo stepped down from his job as senior editor at Breitbart News.
As Trump, Bannon & Company try to rip America to shreds, something good actually happened. Milo Yiannopoulos isn't one to say he's sorry. Refusing the niceties of and decency and civility, the big personality man boy very capable of baiting the left and with zero inhibitions about any form of self-censorship, Milo appeared in Lower Manhattan looking remarkably sober in Lower Manhattan today.
“I don’t think I’ve been as sorry about anything in my whole life.”
"His glib remarks about pedophilia by Roman Catholic priests and his endorsement of sexual relations with boys as young as 13 drew widespread condemnation from many of the conservatives who had long stood by him, even as he offended so many others with his insulting remarks about Hispanics, African-Americans, Muslims and Jews," writes the New York Times.
It's amazing that women somehow never to make the list. Milo Yiannopoulos loathes women, especially smart, brainiac women who believe in equal rights.
Note, that this brainiac supports the First Amendment and Milo's right to talk his trash on university campuses. Hiding in a safe zone does not help build the necessary skills to confront the Breitbart News crew, and our young students need to get tough and grow up. The Breitbart men are running the White House for heaven's sake. ~ Anne
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