The face of Gays For Trump admits the GOP is a massive scam

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One of the unforgettable faces of Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign tells followers on Gab the truth about the Republican party and conservatism: it’s a scam.

Understand something: The conservative “movement” doesn’t exist. It is a con. It’s simply a massive fundraising operation. They don’t believe anything they say. You were duped. The truth is, Republicans want to lose elections because THEY MAKE MORE MONEY FUNDRAISING FROM DESPERATE AMERICANS WHEN THEY ARE OUT OF POWER. There are no good Republicans.

Milo Yiannopoulos

Milo Yiannopoulos is a far-right, neo-fascist political figure who became the face of “Gays For Trump” in 2016 (though he’s recently decided to condemn his orientation for religious reasons). He also spoke at a LGBTQ+ event as part of the Republican National Convention that year. Yiannopoulos might have played a small role in 2016, but he knows a lot about the GOP’s massive fundraising operation. He was part of it.

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In 2014, he went to work for Steve Bannon at Breitbart and was supported by billionaire and GOP puppet master Robert Mercer (Cambridge Analytica, Parler). Mercer was one of Donald Trump’s largest contributors in 2016, which might explain why Yiannopolous decided to campaign for the then-candidate.

His luck changed in 2017 after a video came out of him encouraging a group of white supremacists and neo-Nazis to harass a female bartender. Both Bannon and Mercer reportedly cut ties to Yiannopoulos after the incident. Other videos of him have surfaced in which he argues that sex with children as young as 13 should be legal.

Without Mercer’s support, Yiannopoulos tried to pay his bills by touring college campuses. Those plans fell short when his arrival at American universities sparked protests, sometimes led by campus anti-fascist organizations.

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Milo on Gab (Archived)

Dallas Voice – RNC event, Archived

Wikipedia, Archived

Photo: John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe

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Dates on Trump File reflect when something happens, not when it’s first reported.

One of the unforgettable faces of Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign tells followers on Gab the truth about the Republican party and conservatism: it’s a scam.

Understand something: The conservative “movement” doesn’t exist. It is a con. It’s simply a massive fundraising operation. They don’t believe anything they say. You were duped. The truth is, Republicans want to lose elections because THEY MAKE MORE MONEY FUNDRAISING FROM DESPERATE AMERICANS WHEN THEY ARE OUT OF POWER. There are no good Republicans.

Milo Yiannopoulos

Milo Yiannopoulos is a far-right, neo-fascist political figure who became the face of “Gays For Trump” in 2016 (though he’s recently decided to condemn his orientation for religious reasons). He also spoke at a LGBTQ+ event as part of the Republican National Convention that year. Yiannopoulos might have played a small role in 2016, but he knows a lot about the GOP’s massive fundraising operation. He was part of it.

Michael Key/Washington Blade

In 2014, he went to work for Steve Bannon at Breitbart and was supported by billionaire and GOP puppet master Robert Mercer (Cambridge Analytica, Parler). Mercer was one of Donald Trump’s largest contributors in 2016, which might explain why Yiannopolous decided to campaign for the then-candidate.

His luck changed in 2017 after a video came out of him encouraging a group of white supremacists and neo-Nazis to harass a female bartender. Both Bannon and Mercer reportedly cut ties to Yiannopoulos after the incident. Other videos of him have surfaced in which he argues that sex with children as young as 13 should be legal.

Without Mercer’s support, Yiannopoulos tried to pay his bills by touring college campuses. Those plans fell short when his arrival at American universities sparked protests, sometimes led by campus anti-fascist organizations.

External Sources

Milo on Gab (Archived)

Dallas Voice – RNC event, Archived

Wikipedia, Archived

Photo: John Tlumacki/The Boston Globe

NOTE FROM TF

Some files are incomplete as the site is still young and Trump world moves fast. Please use the source links to read further if a topic interests you or if you doubt its authenticity. I plan to go back and build on every file in the future.

If there is content you’d like to add context to or something that should be corrected, please contact us by clicking here or email us at trumpfile@protonmail.com

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