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Liberals are furious about Milo Yiannopoulos’ book deal


Milo triggered thousands of liberals on Twitter without even trying. (Amazon)

Milo Yiannopoulos, or as we call him “The Kanye West of journalism,” could teach a master class on how to trigger a liberal without even trying. Thousands of progressives lost their minds when it was announced on Thursday that the Breitbart Tech editor was releasing his first book.

It was the largest liberal breakdown since Trump’s victory, and it was glorious.

Liberal activists, untalented progressive writers, Twitter trolls, and even Sarah Silverman commented on the book deal. They made the routine case that Yiannopoulos was a “racist,” “Nazi,” “white supremacist,” “alt-right” figure that a major book publishing company was legitimizing.

They fail to see how ridiculous they sound calling a gay Jewish writer in an interracial relationship a “Nazi.”

Progressives are uncomfortable that the ideology they reject is becoming more mainstream and a larger segment of American life.

They’d be much happier if publishing companies spent money giving liberal politicians and activists big advances for books that nobody reads or buys like Hillary Clinton’s Stronger Together (sold less than 3,000 copies its first week).

The best liberal freakouts are yet to come, wait until Yiannopoulos sells more copies of Dangerous than Clinton did of Stronger Together.


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