On Sunday a #NeverTrump website called the Reagan Battalion released shocking audio of Breitbart's Milo Yiannopolous allegedly promoting sex with 13 year-olds. The audio, evidently presented out of context, was a clip from a 3 hour long podcast interview Yiannopolous gave in early 2016.
But The Reagan Battalion fronted itself from a now non-existent website, StopDonaldTrumpPAC.com. The website was the face of a group that sought the failure of the Trump campaign and, although calling themselves Conservative, sought a Hillary Clinton Victory.
So, it shouldn't be any surprise that the Stop Donald Trump PAC and The Reagan Battalion have tentacles that reach back to a George Soros funded group calling itself "Indivisible", which is mobilizing a grassroots effort to disrupt Republican town hall meetings across the country and inundate elected Republican's offices with protest talking point nuisance contact.
Regardless of whether you appreciate Yiannopolous or not; whether you like him, abhor him, whatever, he has done quite a bit to bring young people into the Republican Party, certainly on par with anyone who sits on the organizing board of CPAC, who just dis-invited him as a speaker.
I don't agree with Yiannopolous' take on a lot of things, but his stance of fascism on college campuses and fascism emanating from the Left is spot on. He should at least be able to explain himself, and not from the witch's pyre in the heat of the flames.