The White Nationalist Trump-supporting organizers of the Boston Straight Pride Parade on Saturday attempted to resurrect Milo Yiannopoulos from obscurity by choosing him for their grand marshal.
You remember Milo; he’s that gay 33-year-old ugly British far-right political commentator, a former editor for Breitbart News, he describes himself as a “cultural libertarian”. He has plenty of shitty things to say about Islam, Feminism, Social Justice, LBGTQ Rights and political correctness, plus he is pro-guns and pro-pedophilia (why isn’t he living in Alabama?).
He worked for Breitbart from 2015 until 2017. After moving to the USA, he became a supporter of Mrs. Putin’s 2016 presidential campaign. He has been permanently banned from Twitter and The Facebook for harassment.
On POTUS, he said:
“I think my legacy might be longer than Trump’s. I’m attacking the disease, not the symptoms. Also, he doesn’t read. But I still love him. And he’s still my daddy. Nobody’s perfect.”
Always charming, the openly gay Yiannopoulos described being gay as:
“…a lifestyle choice guaranteed to bring gay people pain and unhappiness.”
In a speech in 2016, he told his sad fans:
“Trannies can never be women, or men for the small slice of women insane enough to desire to give up female privilege. Never feel bad for mocking a transgender person.It is our job to point out their absurdity, to not make the problem worse by pretending they are normal. Much like fat-shaming, if our mockery drives them to get the help they need, we may save their life.”
The Boston Straight Pride Parade was organized by a group with the perfect name: ”Super Happy Fun America”, who apparently didn’t care that Yiannopoulos has been shunned by the alt-right ever since he was fired by Breitbart in 2017 and became persona non grata by the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) for encouraging pedophilia and bragged of having sex with a Catholic priest when he was a teenager.
”Pedophilia is not a sexual attraction to somebody 13 years old who is sexually mature. Pedophilia is attraction to children who have not reached puberty.”
The Super Happy Fun Straight Pride Parade drew more than 1,000 counter-protesters and about two hundred supporters. SHFA claimed it wished to draw attention to the much persecuted straight community. Yiannopoulos told the crowd: ”Add the S to LGBTQ!” The SHFA website says they want to “achieve inclusivity and spread awareness of issues impacting straights.”
With a float with giant letters saying ”Trump Built The Wall” and guarded by hundreds of Boston police, the parade made its way through the streets of Boston to City Hall for some of that free speech.
Super Happy Fun America organizers said their organization was just exercising its First Amendment Rights and was not anti-LGBTQ. Organizer John Hugo wore a Captain America tee-shirt as a nod to Chris Evans, who had said organizers of the parade were homophobic. Despite denying being anti-LGBTQ, the organization had several speakers who complained about LGBTQ curriculum in public schools and children being gay, as the MAGA hat-wearing crowd cheered. Some featured speakers included members of the Proud Boys, which have incited violence in my city of Portland, Oregon. One speaker claimed he had been ”villainized and accosted” for being straight. Many of parade participants wore Nazi-themed tee-shirts and showed off their Nazi tattoos.
The counter-protest attracted people who drew rainbows and positive messages in chalk on the sidewalks and danced to tunes provided by queen Just JP. 36 people counter protesters were arrested. Just like in Portland, critics claimed that the police gave protection to the White Nationalist over the counter protesters.
Congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ayanna Pressley urged people to donate for those people arrested, tweeting:
”One way to support the local LGBTQ community impacted by Boston’s white supremacist parade? Contribute to the bail fund for the activists.”
And she added:
“For men who are allegedly so ‘proud’ of being straight, they seem to show real incompetence at attracting women to their event. Seems more like a ‘I-Struggle-With-Masculinity’ parade to me.”
Yakayakapitapocket was delighted, telling the crowd:
”My fellow homosexuals have been embarrassing me for decades. Finally I found my crowd.”