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Wilmore to the rescue

I need to apologize to Whatever, Yeah because not having watched the entire episode of Real Time on HBO I had not realized that Breibart's Milo Yiannopoulos had come after transgender people during the show. It does not surprise me however since he is a disgusting piece of work.

This is one area where Bill Maher himself is also confused and actually agreed with Milo over transgender bathrooms which is deeply disappointing.

Comedian Larry Wilmore comes in to the rescue and rightfully tells Milo to go you know where....

http://thehill.com/blogs/in-the-know/in-the-know/320234-feud-erupts-between-larry-wilmore-and-milo-yiannopoulos-during



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  1. No apology necessary. Appreciated but unnecessary.

    And it wasn't justvthe trans oart. Maher argued that Joan Rivers said a lot of the provocative things Milo said, so why the loathing for Milo? Dig, Bill. Because Rivers was a raunchy comedian delivering boundary-pushing jokes. Even when she went after minorities or gays, everyone understood the context, and Rivers never actually called for unequal treatment of human beings.

    I agree with Maher's defense of shtick. I'd even apply it to someone like Andrew Dice Clay (whom I never found funny). But Milo isn't delovering shtick any more than Rush Limbaugh.

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    1. And Milo was just disinvited to speak at a conservative conference because of his endorsement of pedophilia, which finally tipped the scales in what they felt was crossing the line. Interesting how they rationalized that decision and derided the so-called censorship of Milo by the "liberal left."

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  3. It is interesting that he had to come out is support of abusing the trust of children before they reacted. Harassing trans people was not enough.

    Now, of course Milo has managed to fix the impression that gay men are child molesters in the mind of the extreme right. In the minds of these people that will also mean -- by extension -- that trans women are child molesters.

    What a complete idiot!

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