Don’t be fooled, Milo Yiannopolous loves identity politics

“I am a gay man, and a child abuse victim.”

This is how Milo Yiannopolous began his defense for remarks that apparently condoned child sexual abuse. He went on to say that his own experiences with abuse “led [him] to believe I could say anything I wanted to on this subject,” and that “when [he] mentioned the number 13, [he] was talking about the age [he] lost [his] own virginity.”

Let me get this straight. The same guy who famously said that, as a Breitbart editor, he wanted to “offend every reader,” the same guy who once told a woman, “Fuck your feelings!”  when she asked him whether his views invalidated the opinions of minorities, the same guy who said “fat acceptance” is “the most alarming and irresponsible idea to come out of leftist victimhood and grievance politics,” THAT GUY now wants our sensitivity?

This is classic Milo. It also happens to be classic identity politics. Continue reading “Don’t be fooled, Milo Yiannopolous loves identity politics”

House Republican criticizes Obama for being too “utopian”

House Republicans have already made so many questionable choices this year, it’s hard to know where to begin. So instead of going all the way down that rabbit hole, I’m going to take the opportunity to make fun of this absurdly stupid Facebook post from Representative Paul Gosar of Arizona, who wants to end the “War on American Suburbs” (a term that I believe was coined by Breitbart, because that’s the world we live in now), and hates on Obama for being “utopian.”

The full post (above) includes this absurd sentence:

The Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing (AFFH) rule marks President Obama’s most aggressive attempt yet to force his utopian ideology on American communities disguised under the banner of ‘fairness.’

He’s absolutely right. How DARE Obama try to force us to live in a utopia?? I’d much rather live in a dystopia!! (Oh, wait…)

What’s next, Dems? Ethics committees? Healthcare for poor people? WHERE DOES IT END???

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