Milo Yiannopoulos, the provocateur and legendary troll, will appear at a private event to sign copies of his bestselling book, Dangerous.
By Jacob Engels
Fresh off raising $12 million dollars in private funding for his new Miami-based venture MILO INC, bestselling author Milo Yiannopoulos is set to appear in Orlando for a private talk and book signing next month.
Organized by the Central Florida Post, Citizens for Trump, and Seminole 4 Trump, the private gathering will feature craft cocktails and live entertainment.
Roger Stone, a longtime Trump advisor and star of the hit documentary “Get Me Roger Stone, will also make a special appearance. Stone recently expanded his bi-partisan United States Cannabis Coalition, which includes Orlando attorney and Democratic fundraiser John Morgan.
“The Tech Left has tried to shut down MILO time and again. Each time they try to censor truth tellers like us, Americans will continue to be brainwashed by the mainstream media. I’m looking forward to meeting with hundreds of brave patriots to celebrate free speech,” explained Stone.
Yiannopoulos established himself as the Internet’s most controversial star in 2015, and launched the Dangerous Faggot college tour in 2016, visiting 40+ campuses across the United States.
His politically incorrect approach to important issues has gotten him banned from Twitter, and roasted by the mainstream media.
After his debut book Dangerous shot to #1, Simon & Schuster famously abandoned Yiannopoulos, sacrificing his tome to the kangaroo court of social justice warriors around the world.
Illustration by Jason Jack Underwood
The only thing better than a burned book is a banned book, no matter your political leanings. He is now independently publishing Dangerous, under the moniker Dangerous Books… FIGHT THE POWER.
Mr. Yiannopoulos most recently appeared in the Central Florida area after the terrorist attack at Pulse, exposing Radical Islam’s persecution of LGBT people around the world. His speech was seen by millions.
He was also set for a campus talk at the University of Central Florida, but the school refused to host the discussion in the final hour, caving to alt-left activists who promised violence and destruction.
We were originally going to announce this event last week, but Eventbrite deleted our ticket page and banned MILO. This was first reported by Breitbart.
Our night with MILO will be the party of 2017, and possibly Milo’s only Florida book signing until 2018… you do not want to miss this.
“This book signing, like my book itself, is not a safe space. I wouldn’t be surprised in any liberals in the area start a petition to label Sharpies as assault weapons,” Milo said. “So I look forward to meeting all the deplorable trolls that I proudly call my supporters and fans.”
Jacob Engels is an Orlando based journalist whose work has been featured and republished in news outlets around the globe including Politico, InfoWars, MSNBC, Orlando Sentinel, New York Times, Daily Mail UK, Associated Press, People Magazine, ABC, and Fox News to name a few. Mr. Engels focuses on stories that other news outlets neglect or willingly hide to curry favor among the political and business special interests in the state of Florida.