On Saturday CPAC announced Milo Yiannopolous would be speaking at CPAC 2017.
On Sunday a #NeverTrump website called the Reagan Battalion released shocking audio of Milo Yiannopolous allegedly promoting sex with 13 year-olds. The audio was a clip from a 3 hour long podcast interview Milo had in early 2016.
Obviously, the Reagan Battalion was out to get Milo.
And they did.
Around noon on Monday CPAC announced Milo would no longer be speaking at their conference this year.
The Reagan Battalion – a group that pretends to be conservative – then gloated at the news that they had helped end Milo’s career.
The group has a Facebook page and if you click on the about tab you get this:
The Stop Donald Trump Pac was founded last year by committed #NeverTrumpers who were hoping to destroy Donald Trump and put Hillary Clinton in the White House.
And they call themselves “principled” conservatives.
They are linked to #NeverTrumper candidate Evan McMullin.
The Reagan Battalion Facebook page has several McMullin campaign ads.
The Daily Dot discovered The Reagan Battalion is linked to progressive activists and far left movement “Indivisible.”
The Reagan Battalion bills itself as a coalition of conservative news outlets, many of which often take a critical stance on Trump but claim no affiliation with the group. Reagan Battalion lists in its contact information a website for the nonexistent Stop Donald Trump PAC. That group’s web presence has largely been deleted, but archived copies show it was paid for by the Stop Trump PAC, a registered political action committee, created by a progressive activist, the website of which now links to the grassroots group Indivisible.
Indivisible is the movement behind the recent disruptions at GOP town hall rallies.
Indivisible board members have indirect links to far left George Soros groups.
The Daily Signal reported:
Democrats who used to work on Capitol Hill are helping to disrupt Republican lawmakers’ town hall meetings across the country through a nationwide effort to oppose and “resist” President Donald Trump’s agenda.
They call their group Indivisible Guide, a name that came from an actual guide posted online telling activists how to pressure members of Congress. Among topics: what to say when going to town halls and calling or visiting a member’s office.
Leaders of the organization have loose ties to George Soros, the billionaire hedge fund manager who bankrolls liberal causes, according to the Capital Research Center, a conservative think tank that investigates nonprofits.
… The Capital Research Center argues that Indivisible Guide’s board has indirect ties with left-leaning groups funded by Soros, as well as with other liberal organizations.
“Indivisible is ultraslick leftist astroturf activism at its finest,” Matthew Vadum, senior vice president at the Capital Research Center, told The Daily Signal in an email. “At least three of the group’s five principals—Ezra Levin, Leah Greenberg, and Angel Padilla—have ties to organizations funded by George Soros. Indivisible is apparently not yet a nonprofit, but plans are in the works to register it as a nonprofit.”