Right wing speaker Milo Yiannopoulos has taken to Facebook to whine about his ‘ruined life’.
The gay self-described provocateur posted a video of his husband and himself eating a meal. The video was then flooded with people criticizing him because it looked ‘opulent’.
Milo, whose book deal was canceled last year, wrote a scathing reply to his fans. He slammed them for not standing up for him on ‘the front lines’.
The 33-year-old said: ‘Over the past three years, I have spent literally millions of dollars trying to do talks, speeches, events, rallies and protests, to say nothing of all the stuff I do behind the scenes I can never tell you about.
‘A lot of that money was my own wealth, from before I even started in journalism. My events almost never happen. It’s protests, or sabotage from Republican competitors or social media outcries.
‘Every time, it costs me tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars. And when I get dumped from conferences, BARELY ANYONE makes a sound about it – not my fellow conservative media figures and not even, in many cases, you guys.’
He adds: ‘My annual security bill amounts to hundreds of thousands of dollars – just so my husband and I don’t get killed going for sushi.’
These comments to his ‘fans’ come just hours after he posted photos of murdered Mollie Tibbetts’ Twitter account with the caption ‘ENJOY HELL, MOLLIE!’ on them.
Mollie Tibbetts was a 20-year-old American murdered by who authorities are claiming is an undocumented immigrant. Trump and Republicans have since been using the death to fuel their anti-immigration policies.
On the other hand, Milo – who was recently dropped from bipartisan political event Politicon‘s line up – told her to go to hell. This is because she shared anti-Trump Tweets, many of them comparing him to Harry Potter villains.
In the comments, he writes another long rant, ending with: ‘The Democrats and the progressive Left are wrong, and they are evil, and they are lucky that all we do is laugh at them.’
Continuing on his comment section whine, he goes on to claim he was a ‘significant factor’ in Donald Trump being elected, as well as how he ‘almost single-handedly ignited the current debate about free speech on campus and NO ONE has ever matched my ability to draw attention to these issues.’
He concludes: ‘I have lost everything standing up for the truth in America, spent all my savings, destroyed all my friendships, and ruined my whole life.
‘At some point, you realize it’s occasionally better to spend the money on crabs and cocktails.’
In June 2018, Milo Yiannopoulos commented he ‘can’t wait for the vigilante squads to start gunning [down] journalists’. He later backtracked after a mass-shooting at the Capital Gazette newsroom in Annapolis, MD, claiming he was ‘trolling’.