Milo got chased out of a bar after people chanted ‘Nazi scum get out’ until he left

FILE - In this Jan. 25, 2017 file photo, Milo Yiannopoulos speaks on campus in the Mathematics building at the University of Colorado in Boulder, Colo. (Jeremy Papasso/Daily Camera via AP, File)

Former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos didn’t have a good time at a bar in New York this weekend. Of course, the far right provocateur just happened to be crashing a gathering of the Democratic Socialists of America being held at the bar.

Video posted to social media show bar patrons chanting “Nazi scum get out” at Yiannopoulos and conservative gay journalist Chadwick Moore.

On Instagram, Yiannopoulos said he was “shoved and screamed” at in a pub. He said the crowd was shouting about “‘Nazis’ and ‘KKK,'” and he left when he couldn’t get to a table.

“It’s now impossible for me to safely go out for lunch in most major cities in America because I supported Trump at the last election and don’t like feminism,” he wrote, even though millions of people who supported Trump and “don’t like feminism” safely go to lunch every day.

Milo’s hate speech went beyond what he described, and included harassing a transgender college student he didn’t even know and burning a rainbow flag in a Trump ad.

And while he apparently doesn’t like it when a lot of people express their anger at him, he had no problem siccing his followers on actress Leslie Jones because she’s a black woman.

When Jones quit Twitter, Yiannopoulos tweeted, “If at first you don’t succeed (because your work is terrible), play the victim.”

But what’s good enough for Jones apparently isn’t good enough for Yiannopoulos.

I was just shoved and screamed at by a big group in a pub in Manhattan and forced out of the place. One of them was a reporter for Gizmodo. They were screaming at the top of their lungs about “Nazis” and “KKK”. Initially I was going to stay put obviously but they blocked me from my table and my bag and yelled at me to leave and it was about to escalate into something ugly. It rattled me a little bit (just slightly!), perhaps because I have something to lose in life now. My first thought was John and not getting myself hurt or killed. I don’t know how I’d explain to my black husband that I got hurt for being a “white supremacist”. I didn’t have security with me so I had to just get out of there. I won’t name the place we were at because the staff were really understanding and cool about it. But jeez. It’s now impossible for me to safely go out for lunch in most major cities in America because I supported Trump at the last election and don’t like feminism.

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