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The Chicago Review Of Books Attempts To Boycott Milo Yiannopoulos – Bolsters His Rhetoric Instead


I shared my thoughts on Milo Yiannopoulos earlier this year when he was banned from Twitter. In short, I don’t much care for the man. He strikes me as more of a pantomime villain and provocateur than a thinker. He can also be incredibly nasty. I imagine he probably wouldn’t mind that assessment either. But regardless of whether I agree with him or like him, the ‘liberal’ response to his prominence has been utterly laughable and only served to increase his popularity.

Death threats, safe spaces, no platforming and Twitter bans.

One of the reasons the left and so-called liberals keep waking up to things not going their way is because at some point they decided they didn’t need to make arguments anymore. Why should they when an inflammatory label and banning someone is an easier option?

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