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When Milo Met Maher

Milo Yiannopoulos appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher on Feb. 17, 2017. Most of the internet knows this, or will soon, as links to the appearance get posted, retweeted, regabbed, etc.

I think there are times when it makes sense to set foot on enemy territory. Tonight was one of those times for Milo to face Bill and his panel. The antifa riots in Berkeley being just one of many reasons why.

That’s not to say I support a viral right wing voice appearing regularly on left wing shows hunting for ratings to stay afloat.

The goal here is to expose Bill Maher’s audience to our ideas, while casually diminishing his stage as a moldy, decrepit cultural platform where you no longer wish to park your attention for an hour. Milo primarily succeeded in this. Milo is the most effective gateway drug for right wing thinking in at least a generation. Beyond that, good people on the right can disagree on Milo.

I’ll be as critical on Milo as I have been on Tomi Lahren for “debating” that hack Trevor Noah at his moldy, decrepit cultural platform if Milo decides to go on these shows too often.


We don’t need the Bill Maher’s and Trevor Noah’s of the world. Say it again. Maybe in front of a mirror this time. WE. DON’T. NEED. THEM. (Repeat this mantra daily.)

Remember, the left is no friend of ours, they just really love the ratings one of us deliver to their air. They want us jobless, friendless and dead, if possible.

Let’s aim for more of those juicy cancelations instead, shall we? Take it from me, they are much more fun. Whenever a Cultural Marxist sheds a tear, that’s another brick in Trump’s Wall.

When I worked for an Emmy-winning TV producer, I always quietly celebrated when a culturally toxic show got canceled, and that meant virtually all of them.

In closing: WE. DON’T. NEED. THEM.

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