The Washington Post has ran a hit piece on Milo Yiannopoulos. The writer suggests that he was behind the riots in Berkeley. The claim is that Yiannopoulos secretly sent more than 100 ‘thugs’ to Berkeley to break up his own speech. This is a perfect example of brainwashing the masses, blatant lying, fake news, and terrible journalism.

 CNN has recently ran plenty of propaganda pieces on Milo as well.

CNN attempts to Tie Milo to White Nationalists Despite Explicit Rejection of Racism from him.

“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.”

CNN asked some of the students that invited MILO to UC Berkeley about their opinion on what MILO is doing in trying to “take down the ivory tower” of hyper-partisan college campuses, “they’re finally learning from the Democrats.” One student added, “it’s been years and years that they’ve controlled the university.”

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:

“White pride, white nationalism, white supremacy isn’t the way to go,” he continued. “The way to go is reminding them and yourselves that you should be aspiring to values and to ideas.”

“You should be focusing on what unites people and not what drives them apart,” MILO concluded. “You shouldn’t give a shit about skin color, a shit about sexuality… You shouldn’t give a shit about gender, and you should be deeply suspicious of the people who do.”

Of course these statements were omitted from these articles.

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