It could be any number of things. Milo is very provocative hence him labeling himself a professional provocateur. Twitter has suspended him countless times. They can stand the guy. He basically forces the left to look in the mirror in a way most people can’t do because of his lifestyle. He explains himself better than I can. Watch his youtube videos – the guys a riot
July 19, 2016 at 3:26pm
What? Black Lives Matter isn’t an anti-police movement, you crazy person. Why would you even think that.
-The Average Leftist Pundit
 July 19, 2016 at 3:20pm
I suspect it’s not even possible for Democrats to hold a convention without doing something so dishonest and despicable as this. Leftism is an ideology of lies that can only be supported by lies.
And if his VP choice had changed him in some significant way people would say he is wishy washy. Those that remain in the #NeverTrump camp will reap disappointment by and by, misery is their lot, dispair is their daily meal. It's a sad bunch to listen to bereft of hop and confidence in themselves.
 July 13, 2016 at 9:31pm
Now there’s a message I can get behind.
 July 13, 2016 at 4:27pm
You are trying to have your cake and eat it at the same time. You cannot say that racism influences the decisions of police officers and then claim that you’re not calling police officers racists.
If a racist is not someone who acts according to racism, then what is a racist?
No, I do not think cops act on racial prejudices. Of course everyone develops prejudices against all kinds of groups based on life experiences, but as a society I think America has gotten pretty good at keeping those instincts in check.
I do think that cops probably have understandable prejudices against people who live in high-crime areas, regardless of their race. But to link even that with deaths at the hands of police is grossly unfair.
I can say that racism influences the decisions of some police officers in some situations, which is problematic. I can also say that I'm certain that not all police officers are racist.
There's no conflict whatsoever to say that some people are racist, and that said racism is wrong and causes problems, while affirming that many other people are NOT racist. Cops are people; some are racist, and many others are not.
I would also argue that racism is much more nuanced than either "I am racist" or "I am not racist" and is a matter of degree. If you think police (or the population in general) have the ability to simply will themselves to never act on racial prejudices because they know better, then I will have to respectfully disagree.
 July 13, 2016 at 4:12pm
It irritates me that reporters still use the incorrect pronouns. This person is not a women. He may or may not be legitimately confused about gender, but that doesn’t matter because he still exists in a reality that does not care about his delusions or his irrational feelings.