Milo has invited me to speak at his historic “Free Speech Week” at Berkeley next week. Wait, it gets better. Steve Bannon, Ann Coulter, and David Horowitz will be headlining as well. Is this gonna be great, or what?
Milo spoke to Alex Marlowe on Breitbart radio about his Free Speech Extravaganza at Berkeley.
MILO Plans Four-Day Extravaganza at Berkeley for Free Speech Week
Former Breitbart Senior Editor MILO appeared Friday on Breitbart News Daily on SiriusXM’s Patriot Channel 125 to discuss his upcoming Berkeley Free Speech Week event.
Berkeley, September 12, 2017:
Berkeley Buzzing for Bannon: Breitbart Exec Chairman Joins Free Speech Week
Stephen K. Bannon, Executive Chairman of Breitbart News and former White House Chief Strategist, will speak at Berkeley Free Speech Week.
Bannon is scheduled to speak on Wednesday, September 27, the final day of Berkeley Free Speech Week. Theday’s theme is “Mario Savio is Dead,” with speeches highlighting the sad state of free speech at universities throughout the country.
MILO commented on Mr. Bannon joining the event: “Berkeley Free Speech Week is attracting speakers of the highest caliber. Uncle Steve was the force behind Trump’s election victory and much of his initial policymaking. Nothing could be better for the leftists who oppose Trump so vehemently than a lesson in the logic behind Trump’s actions, direct from the architect of his policies.”
Stephen K. Bannon, President Trump’s controversial former chief strategist, will speak at the University of California at Berkeley as part of Milo Yiannopoulos’s “Free Speech Week” this month, according to an announcement on Mr. Yiannopoulos’s website.
The Chroniclepreviously reported that Mr. Bannon, who is also executive chairman of Breitbart News, had been invited to speak on the campus, though the university later said he had not been confirmed as a speaker. ”Uncle Steve was the force behind Trump’s election victory and much of his initial policy making,” says a statement attributed to “MILO” on the site. “Nothing could be better for the leftists who oppose Trump so vehemently than a lesson in the logic behind Trump’s actions, direct from the architect of his policies.”
Mr. Yiannopoulos had been scheduled to speak at the university, often heralded as the birthplace of the free-speech movement in higher education, in February. That event was canceled after protesters wearing all black smashed windows and started fires.
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