Milo brutally hammers Bill Maher's liberal panel: "You need to start inviting higher-IQ guests." As I expected, even when he takes it relatively easy on them, they're not even close to being in his league.
From the Hollywood Reporter:
Yiannopoulos praised Maher for being "the only good one" of the Liberals, saying he thinks "your side has gone insane" and that the Democrats have become "the side of Lena Dunham." "The more America sees of Lena Dunham, the fewer votes the party is ever going to get," he said, before Maher asked him not to pick on "fellow HBO stars." The Breitbart editor also took cracks at Amy Schumer and Sarah Silverman. "I like to think of myself as a virtuous troll," he explained.As usual, Milo is correct: "Transgender fetish is the largest sexual disorder reported in convicted sex offenders."
When asked by Maher about his motives for harassing Ghostbusters star Leslie Jones on Twitter (which caused Yiannopoulos to be banned from the social media platform), he replied, "I read a bad review of the movie. Am I not entitled to do that?"
"I simply don’t accept that the star of a Hollywood blockbuster is sitting in a Hollywood mansion crying over mean words on the internet. Get over it," he added. "She’s been deployed by the studio because the movie is sinking. Mean words on the internet don’t hurt anyone. What actually hurts people is murder, violence, not mean words."
Maher interjected, "Which some people say you’ve incited," which Yiannopoulos brushed off by saying, "Well, they’re idiots."
Maher ended their chat by telling the Breitbart editor that it was time to "jump off the Trump train."
"Oh, come on, he's fabulous," replied Yiannopoulos.
During Maher's "Overtime" segment, featuring Yiannopoulos and his panel of guests, which included former Rep. Jack Kingston, Malcolm Nance and former Nightly Show host Larry Wilmore, the Breitbart editor started a contentious argument. "The only people who don't like me are journalists," insisted Yiannopoulos, "everybody else loves me."
Wilmore called him out when the editor said that transgender people are "disproportionately" involved in sex crimes, which Wilmore argued isn't a correct statistic, let alone a "controversial statistic."
Yiannopoulos, calling Wilmore "very obtuse" as he fought with Nance, told Maher he was having "such a nice time, but you always invite such awful people on your show. They're so stupid."
Wilmore eventually had enough: "You can go f— yourself, all right?"
Wilmore also defended Jones against Yiannopoulos' earlier attacks: "Leslie Jones is not 'barely literate.' Go f— yourself again for that."
"She can barely spell," Yiannopoulos insisted.