Milo Yiannopoulos has a LOT of “Super Fans” but no one else Grabs Life by the Grapefruit and Squeezes quite as good as Michah: one such fan.
On a recent dare, Milo informed Michah he would let him regain his Admin rights (if he completed a dare) back to Milo’s “Fag Chat” the room that up until now has been a pay only chat room, with changing names.
For example, Milo has mocked a church, mocked Antifa, mocked a school, and currently, Milo sits as “Judge Milo” the current link at the time of this article is: https://t.me/joinchat/LHoLt1A8PXVPq2ml9_qNyA remember in his court it is NOT a Democracy.
Recently Milo has complained a lot about the lack of book sales, etc, etc and the worries of putting food on the table for him and his wonderful husband as pictured below (not really)
I will be honest I myself have been caught up in the drama of the world of Milo, I even paid $13 to be “unsilenced” (yes Milo has found a way to make money off this chat, fees levied on those that disobey) by Milo the master of being banned from everything (kind of ironic to be “silenced” by one that complains how everyone silences him. If I might add Milo has even set up a system where people can pay to have others banned and then reinstated, and that is not even all just ask anyone in chat about the “rules” especially #ShariaTuesdays where women are NOT allowed to talk. It can be frustrating for some, but in Milo’s Kingdom, he likes to keep it fresh.
I have even allowed myself to get very emotional about his rejection of my work, and my silencing. So I have put that energy into a weekly show covering some of the highs and very very very lows of Milo’s chat.
This week started out normal as there was a Mock Funeral for Michah, but within 12 hours Michah was made whole again in at least zombie form… which led towards an even fruitier and more citrus path for dear Michah the budding fruitiphile. (I am sure there is a much better not made up name) For you see in 2020 the land of complaining about Gays and Drag queens (just ask Lady Maga) being allowed in the “Conservative” movement because they are something other than “traditional conservative” is a LARGE issue for many in the “conservative” movement. This is something I personally believe that is holding back the Republicans and our #GaysForTrump movement, in general, the embracing of diversity in the party which may just include getting OK with embracing identity politics. If only to prove to others that they too do not have to be trapped on the left and can #GoRight breaking the “Traditional mold” and ensuring future victories for Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.
Though we have to warn you that there is such a thing as extremism that we do have to worry about… my question, does Sex With Fruit belong in Conservative America?
Who knows, I know this for sure.. people might call me fruit but I sure as hell am not having sex with one!
To each his own Michah for I hope you do get that piece of American Pie!
Also, Remember, Milo is NOT OK! All Right?!
Below is this week’s episode of Milo is Not OK! All Right?!
Milo Is Not OK! All Right?! Episode 1
Fighting the Culture War One Grapefruit at a Time
Michah Screws a Grapefruit!
I told you Milo was NOT All Right…
Warning Contents are UNCENSORED
Strong Language and some weird situations… not for all ages
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Fighting the Culture War One Grapefruit at a Time – Milo Is Not OK (All Right) Episode 1
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