Milo resigns from Breitbart

A wicked attack on Milo Yiannopoulos, bringing up a video interview with Joe Rogan from 2015, cutting pieces of it to deceptively edit it, and then sending it across the Internet like it was true - total leftist move that's similar to what happened when people released the video where Trump said "grab them by the p*ssy" - it's nearly identical to that. It's said that Evan McMullin may have paid $250,000 for investigations into Milo, looking for info to take him down with. I don't have evidence of that, but it's circulating Twitter fairly well. Milo's words were about his experience as a victim of child abuse. He was taken out of context. He is not a pedophile. He does not support pedophilia. He's made that very clear. He should not be the face of conservatism, but he can be an advocate for free speech. Should there really be a single face to stand for a party? Probably not. I believe this makes Milo's popularity grow tenfold. Anyone with a brain knows he's not a pedo and he doesn't support it. When you watch his full three hour interview with Joe Rogan, then also know about Milo's history in taking down real pedo's, then you'll see it was taken out of context. Nevertheless, this could also be setup by Milo to take a break from Breitbart and write his book. This could be a means for him to get free press. I don't think he deserves a keynote speaker position at CPAC, but a little talk here or there is fine.


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