The most powerful image of solidarity with the gay community I have ever seen


Self-described “homophobe” Gavin McInnes kissed gay Breitbart Tech editor Milo Yiannopoulos live at a press conference today in Orlando, Florida, as a “f*** you” to Islam in the wake of last weekend’s deadly terrorist attack on a gay dance club in the city.

His act tells us more than words can say about how angry he feels over the Islamic terrorist attack in Orlando.

McInnes has in the past been accused of all manner of thought crimes against the progressive orthodoxy. says he has a “sordid history of racist, misogynistic and homophobic comments.” In 2104, Gay Star News wrote that he had been accused of penning “the most transphobic article ever written” for TakiMag. “The ousted founder of Vice, now noted for racist, homophobic, and misogynistic comments” was how AlterNet once described him.

None of that alleged “homophobia” was on display today, when McInnes surprised an audience of Milo fans by grabbing the gay Breitbart Tech editor and kissing him at the latter’s press conference on Gays vs. Islam earlier today.


Interestingly, this other photo of the kiss is very similar to one of the cartoons drawn by the Charlie Hebdo cartoonists who were massacred by Islamic terrorists. I am sure it was deliberate and makes the image even more powerful.



Below are some videos from Milo’s press conference in Orlando. Notice the men flanking him for protection. Make no mistake, Milo’s life is more in danger now than ever. His staff received over 100 threats in one day.

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Milo’s twitter account was shut down after Islamic account holders complained about him en masse, mainly from Saudi Arabia but also from Muslims in America.


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