BREAKING: Milo Yiannopoulos to Deliver Keynote Address at CPAC 2017

Last night we reported on how CPAC 2017 is heavy on #NeverTrumpers and light on Trump supporters.

Now this…
At least one prominent Trump supporter will speak at the conference this year.

Conservative darling and Trump supporter Milo Yiannopoulos will deliver the keynote speech this year at CPAC!

Breitbart.com reported:

Breitbart senior editor MILO, also known as the “Dangerous Faggot,” will deliver a keynote speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) this year.

It will be a wide-ranging speech covering MILO’s experience battling third-wave feminism, the media, left-wing college professors, Black Lives Matter, violent “black bloc” activists, and progressive elites in the entertainment industry.

MILO is also expected to address the state of American conservatism, free speech, the Trump administration, and how young conservatives and libertarians in America should focus their energies over the next ten years.

MILO has become one of the most visible faces in American conservatism over the past two years. His “Dangerous Faggot” tour has made headlines on a regular basis, most recently at U.C. Berkeley, where violent left-wing protesters forced the cancellation of the event by staging a riot, destroying property, and attacking attendees.

The Breitbart senior editor’s speech will take place a few months before the release of DANGEROUS, his upcoming book. Published by Simon & Schuster, the book has advanced to the top of Amazon’s bestseller rankings on multiple occasions.

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