Milo Yiannopoulos calls out the Hill reporter for calling him ‘Alt-right’ despite the second chapter in his book being called “Why the Alt-right hate me.”
On Saturday, Milo Yiannoupos held a press conference alongside with Mike Cernovich and Pamela Gellar regarding his Free Speech Week at Berekely. Unfortunately for the Hill reporter present to interview him, the Hill released a story about Milo’s Free speech week with a scurrilous headline.
“JUST IN: Milo Yiannopoulos’ alt-right event in Berkley is canceled.”
Milo confronted the Hill reporter on this obviously vitriolic attack.
“We’ve written to The Hills ten times, we’ve written to your editor’s ten times to ask why you describe me as something you use as synonymous with neo-nazi.”
“It’s a lie designed to suggest that I am or I have some sympathy for white nationalist or white supremacists. It’s fucking disgusting.”
The Hill reporter defended the story saying it was hard for people on all sides of the political spectrum to pinpoint Milo’s political stance.
“No, it’s not hard, you just read the book, or you listen to the hours, and hours, and hours of footage on me on youtube,” he then added, “or you read your emails.”
“If you’re watching this because you’re a Hill reader then stop watching this until the Hill starts telling the truth,”
Earlier today Milo Yiannopoulos wrote on his Facebook regarding white supremacists or Neo-nazis attending his event.
White supremacists and neo-Nazis hate me, and I hate them. I utterly disavow the odious beliefs of these wacko fucks and urge them not to attend today. We should all come together in celebration of American values and not give in to divisiveness and hate. Let’s assemble for free speech in peace and love.
The Free Speech Rally was held at Sproul Plaza in Berkeley, Calfornia.