Restaurant Shuts Down MILO’s ‘Coming Out Conservative’ Event After Protests
Milo Yiannopoulos’ “Coming Out Conservative” event was cancelled by a restaurant after leftists protested, which resulted in a venue change.
Manhattan’s Jue Lan Club cancelled the event after various boycott threats from leftist activists.
Across the country, gay conservatives have been warned that they are not welcomed at Pride this year. Angry, bitter leftists have seized control over the celebration and made it a political statement against President Trump.
In honor of my new book DANGEROUS, I am throwing a party for the outcasts, the rebels, the gay conservatives who speak, think, and live free of liberal demands.
Join me for complimentary cocktails, and hors d’oeuvres.
Come celebrate all the things that make us different and DANGEROUS to politically correct gay liberals.
In an email to Breitbart Tech, Milo claimed that LGBT conservatives had become “third-class citizens.”
“Conservative-leaning gays have always been second-class citizens in the LGBT community, but now it’s closer to third-class,” he claimed. “The Jue Lan Club did not have the intestinal fortitude to stand up to the bitter killjoys who have co-opted the gay pride movement, but gays brave enough to come out as conservative will not be stopped by a venue cancellation.”
“Leftists may never learn that the harder they try to shut us down, the more successful we come back,” he continued. “Frankly speaking, our new venue is much trendier, so Jue Lan did us a favor by folding to the haters.”