Milo is selling supplements on Infowars. This is not a drill. pic.twitter.com/zieQXOqtRi
— Ross McCafferty (@RossMcCaff) February 21, 2018
Disgraced alt-right provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos is having a tough week. First, it was revealed that he withdrew his $100 million lawsuit against former publisher Simon & Schuster, after they refused to publish his book Dangerous. No money was exchanged hands, a fact the publisher was more than happy to point out.
Now, however, it seems as though Yiannopoulos has slid past Breitbart, right past Daily Caller, skipping Gateway Pundit and several other publications, on his way to a firm landing at… Infowars.
Yeah. Infowars. The Alex Jones-led conspiracy factory. Yiannopoulos was recently spotted on their video stream hawking a line of their infamous energy supplements.
“The best endorsement I can give you is that I’m very careful about what I put inside myself,” he said, before actually swallowing the supplement and exclaiming “let’s do it.”
“The liver and the kidneys are the ones who bear the brunt of all of your smoking, drinking and carousing, terrible things that you people do to your bodies while you listen to Infowars.”
Yiannopoulos was hawking a 30-day supply of something called “Icuren,” a liver and kidney “cleanse.”
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