‘My Point is Being Proven Over and Over and Over Again’: Milo Sounds Off on Protest Against Him
As a large protest raged at a California university because of a speech he was supposed to give, Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos called into Fox News and spoke with host Tucker Carlson to provide his take on the whole situation.
With Fox playing images of the demonstration at UC Berkeley, complete with fires raging, Milo told Carlson that this was a troubling sign of what is going on at college campuses today. The controversial author said the left protests against him because they “are terrified of anyone that might be persuasive, might be interesting and might take people with them.”
Explaining that he was not nearly the monster he is portrayed to be and that he’s instead a “libertarian, gay, Trump-supporting provocateur,” Yiannopoulos went on to brag about how he’s the hottest ticket at colleges.
Carlson took the conversation into a more philosophical direction, noting that Milo’s speech was squelched due to violence and wanting to know how he felt about the irony of being called a Nazi by those utilizing violence to silence him.
“The left is profoundly antithetical to free speech these days, does not want to hear alternative points of view, and will do anything to shut it down,” Yiannopoulos responded. “My point is being proven over and over and over again.”
Watch the entire interview above, via Fox News.
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