Milo To Deliver Keynote Address At This Year’s CPAC

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Get ready for a whole new generation of snowflakes to even realize that there’s a thing called the Conservative Political Action Conference: the American Conservative Union has announced that Milo Yiannopoulos, the gay Jewish Breitbart News editor that somehow got branded as a neo-Nazi, will deliver a keynote dress at this year’s CPAC.

“I’m overjoyed to be addressing CPAC with Daddy in the White House,” Milo said in a characteristic statement. “I’m sure it’s going to be one of the best ever. All I ask is that the attendees don’t write me in on the straw poll. Don’t get me wrong, I understand the temptation, but I’m far too faggy to be President.”

Although Milo has yet to reveal the contents of his address, it will likely center on the same topics that have been triggering college students to the point of riots for months.

The troll extraordinaire has spoken out against Black Lives Matter, third-wave feminism, the mainstream media, the leftist orthodoxy in American universities – all topics that have been deemed unacceptable to discuss openly by the social justice milieu.

This year’s CPAC, which is expected to draw over 10,000 attendees, will take place from February 22 to February 25.

It will preempt by several months the release of Milo’s book, “Dangerous,” which has already hit the top spot in Amazon’s bestseller rankings despite the left’s protests. Its publication was delayed in the wake of the UC Berkeley riots so that Milo could include a chapter on that debacle.

“He’s the greatest communicator of his generation, and he happens to be conservative, so it’s a natural fit for him to have a major platform at the right’s most important event of the year,” said Breitbart News Network Editor-in-Chief Alex Marlow. “And the left will hate this! So, I’m thrilled.”

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