New News About an Old Boss

LifeSite news, a Catholic site censored and hated by Big Tech, reports the following:

Activist Milo Yiannopoulos is now ‘Ex-Gay,’ consecrating his life to St. Joseph

March 9, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) — Milo Yiannopoulos, the gay man whose conservative messaging and willingness to speak the truth sparked riots on university campuses may well trigger more outrage now that he describes himself as “Ex-Gay” and “sodomy free,” and is leading a daily consecration to St. Joseph online.

Two years ago, when Church Militant’s Michael Voris famously challenged Yiannopoulos to live a chaste life, Yiannopoulos was not defensive. Instead, he acquiesced, and humbly admitted his human weakness.

“I know everything you’re saying, and I’m just not there yet. And I don’t know if I’ll get there,” Yiannopoulos told Voris at the time.

It seems that he has now arrived “there.”

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This is wonderful news. I used to sell columns to this gentleman, and shared space in an anthology with him. He is a sweetheart of the guy, big-hearted and charming, and one of the least fearful men it has ever been my privilege to meet.

He was a sharp-dresser, too.

I was disappointed that he caved into the blackmail by the RINO Right, especially since the remarks attributed that excused the orchestration of his downfall were simply false.

A potent weapon against the Secular Narrative was struck from our hands that day.

Since the unedited version of the tape was available online, and anyone curious enough to hear it could do so, I conclude that those who condemn him for saying something noncontroversial, true, and obvious, do not act in good faith, or with due diligence.

The Narrative of the Worldly Powers would hold that he and I, being of opposite camps in the identity victim Olympics, should hate and harm each other. My experience was otherwise: the other Christians who knew him, as best I could tell, wished only that his sin would cease to tempt, twist, and torment him.

I did not approve of his sins — I assume he would not approve of mine, if he knew them. This is not hatred, nor is it harm. If it is anything, such disapproval is love, for it wills the good of another. And those who say so are those of whom the prophet Isaiah speaks: “Woe to those who call evil good and good evil, who put darkness for light and light for darkness…