Milo Yiannopoulos emerged from his election celebration to pen a damning column against Democrats, celebrities and “clueless” leftists.
Yiannopoulos, the 33-year-old tech editor for Brietbart News, began his latest column: “What Trump Means” with jubilation.
“We Won! We now live in the Age of Daddy!,” Yiannopoulos writes.
Donald J. Trump’s victory in the U.S. Presidential election was no surprise to the crew at Breitbart. Yiannopoulos, a gay British journalist, supported Trump throughout the Republican primaries and well into the general election.
He was scheduled to speak in September at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton, but the event was cancelled due to a bomb threat.
In the election’s aftermath, Yiannopoulos did not hold back, blasting Democrats for failed campaign tactics.
“The era you could call someone racist and get away with it is over,” Yiannopoulos writes. “This is how they lost the election…but they still think branding their opponents racist is the way to damage them. It’s pathetic!”
One celebrity in particular drew the venom of Yiannopoulos. Lena Dunham, a two-time Golden Globe award-winning actress, was labeled “electoral kryptonite” by the Breitbart editor.
“Instead of saying, GET OFF OUR TV SCREENS YOU HIDEOUS MAN-HATING DYKE, liberal America worshipped Dunham, thrilled by her ‘edgy’ hatred of white people, with absolutely predictable results,” Yiannopoulos writes.
In the column, Yiannopoulos goes on to predict Trump will take a $1 salary as President and restrict access to media organizations deemed too close to the DNC.