Pants Tent Alert: Milo Is Going On Bill Maher Friday Night And A Triggered Panelist Cancelled Because Of It, So When Should We Move TB Live To?
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Saw this today and got a Turtleboy pants tent:
Yes!!! Finally!! Been waiting for this for so long. Bill Maher is awesome. Milo is awesome. They come from complete opposite ends of the political spectrum, but they both agree on one thing – PC/SJW culture sucks. That and neither of them thinks too much of Islam. Milo isn’t a fan because of the whole “throw gays off buildings” thing, and Bill Maher is an atheist who dislikes organized religion in general. But yea, as a liberal, he doesn’t care for their stance on homosexuality and women’s rights. In other words, he’s consistent.
Anyway, stuff like this is great because people who think differently SHOULD be able to come together and discuss their points of view. That’s what makes America great. But SJW’s HATE listening to other points of view. They call anything that upsets them, “hate speech,” and do whatever they can to shut it down. So in the least shocking news ever, no-name journalist Jeremy Scahill announced that he would NOT be joining the panel on Friday’s show because Milo is gonna be there:
Why I will not appear this week on Real Time with Bill Maher. pic.twitter.com/SOoE3udrDr
— jeremy scahill (@jeremyscahill) February 15, 2017
“MILO Yiannopoulos is many bridges too far” wrote Scahill. “He has ample venues to spew his hateful diatribes. There is no value in ‘debating him. Appearing on Real Time will provide Milo with a large, important platform to openly advocate for his racist, anti-immigrant campaign. It will be exploited by Milo in an attempt to legitimize his hateful agenda. Milo’s appearance could also be used to incite violence against immigrants, transgender people, and others.”
Wait…..Milo will incite violence against oppressed people because he has opinions that run contrary to yours?
Or how bout this Milo supporter, who couldn’t get into his event. She’s being interviewed and praises the protesters for being non-violent, and then immediately gets maced in the face on live television by a protester:
But yea, when Milo speaks it’s always the immigrants, transgender people who are the victims of violence. Everyone else is safe. Tell that to the chick who just got maced.
Look, if you can’t argue with someone you disagree with, it’s because you know you’re going to lose the argument. I LIVE to argue with people when I know I’m right, which is 99% of the time. It feels so empowering to go into Thanksgiving dinner with an arsenal of facts at my disposal, knowing there is no possible way I can lose the meal I am about to ruin this year by destroying whatever brave sibling or in-law who chooses to dance with turtle. Milo, Bill, and everyone else who’s ever gone on his show feels the same way going in. If Jeremy whatever his name is feels strongly in whatever his beliefs are, then he should be licking his chops to go face to face with Milo.
Instead he’s backing out of a show he’s been on multiple times before because he knows Milo will destroy his soul.
But guess what? If you’re a conservative who shuts out liberal people in the same way, then you’re no better than this snowflake. Here’s some classic Breitbart commenters with right wing blinders on:
“I quit marching Maher years ago because of the overwhelming bias. Conservative guests were just bait for liberal sharks.”
If you quit watching a show because you don’t agree with the panelists, then you’re a sheltered snowflake who is afraid to expose yourself to new ideas. And you can’t call yourself a Milo fan and then whine about liberals being mean to you. Bill Maher is a liberal. His audience is liberal. His panels are USUALLY liberal, but he has conservatives on A LOT. Congressman Darrell Issa, and pundits Ann Coulter and Dinesh D’Souza are as right wing as you can possibly get. Yet those three appear on his show more than anyone else.
Because unlike Jeremy Scahill, they’re not afraid to go into the lion’s den.
Then there’s this:
“It’s so unfair when the audience doesn’t agree with me!!”
“All he does is tell a joke and derail debate if he’s losing.” It’s almost as if Bill Maher is a standup comedian who tells political jokes!!
Then there’s right wingers who clearly have never bothered watching his show:
If you think Bill Maher supports politically correct language, then you’re just a fucking moron. He ranted on political correctness two weeks ago:
He blames liberals for costing Hillary the election because of their obsession with political correctness:
He destroyed college students who think they can protest comedians for making “offensive” jokes:
Anyway, this show starts at 10 tomorrow, which is problematic because it conflicts with Turtleboy Live. But we’ve been waiting for this show forever. No way Turtleboy is missing it. This means we either have to go live at 8, or we push it to Saturday. Vote in the poll above to let us know what you think we should do.
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