Milo Yiannopoulos Melts Down & Breaks Up With Daddy Donald on Social Media

Wednesday December 16, 2020

Milo Yiannopoulos has written a letter to Daddy and calls him a "clown." The self-described "Dangerous F*ggot" went from provocative media gadfly to (as LGBTQNation puts it) someone who "flamed out in a dramatic manner, quickly becoming Milo Yiawhatshisname."

It appears that this week the 36-year old Brit all but burnt his MAGA hat in effigy when he ranted on the right-wing social media site Parler calling the President a "selfish clown."

"BURN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY TO THE FUCKING GROUND," Milo said, "seemingly unaware that 117 members of Congress — including Majority Leader XYZ — and state attorneys general publicly supported the lawsuit," writes LGBTQNation.

"Trump's SCOTUS appointments were pointless. We defended a selfish clown for nothing."

"I lost everything helping to put Trump in office," he continued. "My life and career were completely destroyed. Was it worth it? No. I feel utterly betrayed."

"I will have vengeance."

Milo, the website OPIndia wrote, "is a controversial British political commentator who revels in being an agent provocateur. He was banned permanently from Twitter in 2016 for targeted harassment. He was banned permanently on Facebook three years later. He was widely described an 'alt-right' figure although he has never publicly associated himself with the group. He rose to significant fame as a homosexual man who derided the 'politically correct' culture and was invited to speak at college campuses."

Yiannopoulos made his name in right-wing media when he worked as an editor at the Breitbart News Network from 2014-2017. During his tenure there he often sought commentary from neo-Nazis and white nationalists, which was revealed by BuzzFeed News with leaked emails of Yiannopoulos and an associate that helped mainstream the alt-Right. "For more than a year, Yiannopoulos led the site in a coy dance around the movement's nastier edges, writing stories that minimized the role of neo-Nazis and white nationalists while giving its politer voices 'a fair hearing.' "

In 2017 he was announced to be the keynote speaker at the high profile conservative CPAC conference, but was dropped from the role days later "when videos emerged in which Yiannopoulos can be seen and heard defending and attempting to normalize pedophilia," reported LGBTQ Nation. The so-called provocateur expressed outrage on Facebook, calling the videos "deceptively edited." But as The Blaze reported, what seemed to bother him more is that they were unleashed by Republicans."

In a follow-up Parler message he wrote: "I am dedicating the rest of my life to the destruction of the Republican Party."