Editor’s Comments on Milo Yiannopolous’ Book Show Gateway to Madness
Milo Yiannopolous is famous for two things — being a world famous piece of garbage Nazi, and being a piece of garbage Nazi who lost his career after he implied pedophilia is good. On that incredible journey he — somehow — got a book deal with Simon and Schuster and was all set to publish a book called “Dangerous.” The book was written and then scrapped after the scandal (why his entire career wasn’t a scandal is another question, but go figure) — and the Internet has recently found the annotations for it which show that the editors were in a hell of their own.
Milo sued Simon and Schuster in July for 10 million dollars for breach of contract, and Simon and Schuster released their issues with the book including: “a better central thesis than the notion that gay people should go back in the closet” and a “stronger argument against feminism than saying that they are ugly and sexless and have cats.” Well, the people of Twitter — specifically one user — began going through the manuscript — which can be found here along with the notes — and finding that the editor of the book, Mitchell Ivers — a lifelong Republican whose imprint edited books for Donald Trump and Glenn Beck — has spiraled into madness on his own. The notes speak for themselves, and so I’ll let them play out —
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