Two days before Thanksgiving President Trump sat down for dinner with his supporter and friend Kanye “Ye” West at his Mar-a-Lago home.
The story has made headlines since it was revealed that Ye brought with him Milo Yiannopolis and Nick Fuentes.
On Tuesday NBC News reported that Milo Yiannopolous was the “architect” of the plan to include Fuentes at the dinner. Milo admitted to this in several statements since the dinner at Mar-a-Lago.
Milo said he wanted to “send a message” to Trump.
Raw Story reported:
Two days before Thanksgiving, former President Donald Trump sat down to a dinner with rapper Kanye West (also known as “Ye”) at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Palm Beach, but he allegedly didn’t expect West to bring along white nationalist and Holocaust denier Nick Fuentes. According to NBC News, Trump likely walked into a trap that was intentionally set up for him…
…Infamous right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos told NBC News that he was “the architect” of the plan to have Fuentes show up to dinner with Trump.
“I wanted to show Trump the kind of talent that he’s missing out on by allowing his terrible handlers to dictate who he can and can’t hang out with,” Yiannopoulos told NBC News.
“I also wanted to send a message to Trump that he has systematically repeatedly neglected, ignored, abused the people who love him the most, the people who put him in office, and that kind of behavior comes back to bite you in the end,” he added.
This setup should not have come as a surprise. Back in December 2020, Milo posted on Parler that he was going to “BURN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY TO THE F*CKING GROUND.” He also promised “I will have my vengeance.”
Milo was screaming his outrage over the Supreme Court decision after it was announced. The religious right and MAGA supporters have long argued that they could tolerate Trump’s boorish behavior in exchange for the chance to stock the courts with right-wing extremists.
“BURN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY TO THE F***ING GROUND,” Milo said, seemingly unaware that 117 members of Congress – including Majority Leader XYZ – and state attorneys general publicly supported the lawsuit.
“Trump’s SCOTUS appointments were pointless. We defended a selfish clown for nothing.”
“I lost everything helping to put Trump in office,” he continued. “My life and career were completely destroyed. Was it worth it? No. I feel utterly betrayed.”
“I will have vengeance.”
Milo posted this back in December 2020 on Parler after the Supreme Court refused to accept the legitimate election integrity case filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and dozens of state’s Attorneys General.