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Saturday, February 04, 2017

FAKE NEWS: CNN Ties MILO to White Nationalists Despite Explicit Rejection

CNN published an article and video about Breitbart Senior editor MILO Thursday which associated MILO with the alt-right and “white nationalist” and “anti-Semitic” activists despite his explicit rejection of them.

In a video piece accompanying an article headlined, “Milo Yiannopoulos is trying to convince colleges that hate speech is cool,” CNN states that MILO is on a mission to “take on the liberal college establishment, and he’s not the only one” before cutting to an interview with white nationalist Nathan Damigo. The video then shows clips from white nationalist Richard Spencer’s rallies and claims that Spencer’s planned college tour is inspired directly by MILO.

“Why are you seeking to associate me with these people?” MILO asked the CNN interviewer, who replied, “They associate themselves with you.”

“What you are seeking to do, by associating me with people who have odious and disgusting opinions, is suggest that I somehow in some way tacitly enable these people,” MILO replied. “I don’t. I don’t have unsavory opinions about skin color. F*ck you.”

Unlike the protesters at UC Berkeley, MILO has stated multiple times that skin colour and race do not matter, ideas and values do. Last week while speaking at UC Colorado Springs, MILO explicitly denounced racism:


Anonymous said...

Democrats attack on free speech and nothing more.

Anonymous said...

Everywhere that they report on Milo not one of them reports that he's gay.
Doesn't fit the narrative

Anonymous said...

No amount of fact sharing or logic or evidence will ever change some people. They're damaged inside.

Anonymous said...

It should read:
FAKE NEWS: CNN FALSELY Ties MILO to White Nationalists Despite Explicit Rejection

Anonymous said...

Breitbart = White Nationalists, wake up.