As you’ve heard, Simon & Schuster cancelled Trump supporting, anti-gay, homosexual Milo Yiannopoulos‘s book deal and he is suing, of course. The court filings for the lawsuit are the deliciously embarrassing editor’s notes on his manuscript, which he calls,
The book publisher canceled the deal shortly after Milo was knee-deep in controversy after endorsing statutory rape and other vile idea. Yiannopoulos sued the publisher for breach of contract, but Simon & Schuster fired back saying the real reason the deal was canceled was because it was simply
Software engineer Sarah Mei went to the New York county clerk’s website and got a copy of the paperwork after seeing a tweet from Milo and publisher Jason Kinder that included snippets of the comments from editor Mitchell Ivers.
The filings also included a full copy of the manuscript along with the editor’s notes. Ivers says in one note,
“Throughout the book, your best points seem to be lost in a sea of self-aggrandizement and scattershot thinking.”
Another said Milo needed a
“stronger argument against feminism than saying that they are ugly and sexless and have cats.”
The most common editorial remark were demands for citations and proof of assertions.
Ivers calls one particular section of the book “hogwash” and writes,
“You can’t say ugly people are drawn to the left. Have you ever seen the people at a Trump rally?”
Mei continued to tweet the excerpts out gleefully, notes she described as
“things a professional editor never imagined they’d need to tell someone.”
“This entire paragraph is just repeating Fake News. There was NO blood, NO semen, and there was NO Satanism. Delete.”
“This entire section is the most poorly thought out section in the book. If you want to make the case for gay men going back in the closet and marrying women just to have children, you’re going to have to employ a lot more intellectual rigor than you use here.”
Shade! And is it any surprise, the guy can’t write and has NO IDEAS. One offhand comment sums up Milo, Trump, the GOP and his entire book.
(Photo, YouTube; via LGBTQ Nation)