So Milo got a book deal …
Breitbart editor and alt-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos to publish book https://t.co/xskHWYlnwK
— POLITICO (@politico) December 29, 2016
And as you can imagine, the Left has basically lost its collective mind over the notion of an “alt-right cheerleader” getting a book deal.
When will the Left figure out their reaction to the news of Milo securing a book deal with Simon & Schuster is WHY he has a book deal with them? They all but created him with their screeching and temper tantrums.
ARGH. Again: Milo isn't disliked because of his "controversial opinions". He's disliked because he relentlessly trolls & harasses people.
— Marie Le Conte (@youngvulgarian) December 29, 2016
— Mark Harris (@MarkHarrisNYC) December 29, 2016
— Shannon Coulter (@shannoncoulter) December 29, 2016
If you're thinking about boycotting @simonschuster as a whole, consider LOUDLY voicing a plan to boycott Milo's book specifically instead.
— Kayla Whaley (@PunkinOnWheels) December 29, 2016
Or maybe just don’t buy the book? Call us crazy.
Milo was partly responsible for the SJWList, so fuck that guy. He helped put together a list that has me & many of my peers living in fear.
— Emily Roslin (@EmilyGorcenski) December 29, 2016
Things supporting white nationalism can get you (2016):
1. A 250K book deal
2. A job as Chief White House Strategist
— Judd Legum (@JuddLegum) December 29, 2016
Their bellyaching, whining and complaining about him is what creates his audience …
Y'all are still talking about Milo.
— Brett Rosner (@Brosner85) December 29, 2016
You have the right to boycott Milo's publisher, which has the right to publish Milo, who has the right to spew garbage. All free speech.
— Mark Joseph Stern (@mjs_DC) December 29, 2016
I would prefer to not always hear about Milo but liberals can't stop talking about him.
— ⚡David Angelo⚡ (@MrDavidAngelo) December 29, 2016
Milo is trending because the left is crying about him receiving a $250K book deal. One election later, they still think silencing works.
— Matt Dougan (@Americooligan) December 29, 2016
If your ideas can't survive the existence of a book by Milo Yiannopoulos, they probably aren't very good to begin with.
— neontaster (@neontaster) December 29, 2016