The name Milo Yiannopoulos has come to symbolize what is worst about the age of social media.
If you aren’t familiar with Yiannopoulos, it’s fair to say that he’s one of the most objectionable and putrid excuses of human flesh to ever walk on the planet. He said so many horrible, sophomoric things about comedian Leslie Jones that he was banned for life from Twitter. He is supposedly the tech editor for Breitbart, but he’s actually little more than a childish, immature slagheap of rotten feces.
And now Yiannopoulos is seeing karma pay a visit to him in the form of ABC reporter Terry Moran, who interviewed the Breitbart writer for an episode of “Nightline” that will air this evening. Moran began by asking Yiannopoulos this question:
“If Leslie Jones were right here, would you say, ‘You look like a dude’?”
Smugly, Yiannopoulos replied:
Pulling no punches, Moran tells Yiannopoulos:
“Then you’re an idiot.”
Attempting to shift the focus of the interview, Yiannopoulos mused:
“Does Justin Bieber have an obligation to his fans? I’m sorry for being popular. But I am not responsible for what 350,000 people on the Internet say. I’m responsible for what I say.”
Later in the segment, Moran tells the smirking Yiannopoulos:
“You’re going to go after somebody’s body to denigrate their ideas? What grade are you in? Are you a 13-year-old boy? Because somebody doesn’t have a weight that you think is proper? That’s revolting.”
The immature and clueless Yiannopoulos replied to Moran with this ignorant line:
“I’ll tell you what’s revolting. What’s revolting is the body positivity movement. What’s revolting is this idea now that you can tell women that they’ll be healthy at any size.”
If Milo Yiannopoulos wants to see something that’s truly disgusting, all he has to do is go look in the mirror.
This article was originally published by the same author at LiberalAmerica.org