11:26, February 20 126 0

2017-02-20 11:26:12


Milo Yiannopoulos denies he defended pedophilia in newly unearthed videos

More controversy for Milo Yiannopoulos in the wake of Friday’s appearance on Bill Maher’s HBO show, in which he spread lies about transgender Americans and maligned both gays and women. On Saturday, the out senior editor at Breitbart was announced as the keynote speaker at the annual conference held by the American Conservative Union — a decision roundly criticized by hardline conservatives and apparently made without the approval of the ACU board.

But the bigger bombshell dropped on Sunday, when videos emerged in which Yiannopoulos can be seen and heard defending and attempting to normalize pedophilia. The so-called provocateur expressed outrage on Facebook, calling the videos “deceptively edited.” But as The Blaze reported, what seemed to bother him more is that they were unleashed by Republicans.

Another newly unearthed video appears to be a raw, unedited recording of a radio interview with comedian Joe Rogan, Yiannopoulos was adamant that there was nothing wrong with finding minors sexually attractive.

“So you’re saying you’ve never seen a 15-year-old girl, at any point in your life, that you thought was hot?” Yiannopoulos asked Rogan.

“Yeah, when I was 15!” Rogan responded. “I’m not retarded dude.”

“No, when you were 25 or 30, you’ve never seen girls you thought were hot?” Yiannopoulos asked his host.

“No, I thought they were little kids!” Rogan said.

Yiannopoulos then discussed his sexual relationship with a Catholic priest, which he had when he was 14. Rogan called the priest, who Yiannopoulos called “Father Michael,” a “terrible person,” but Yiannopoulos denied this, saying “It wasn’t molestation.”

“That’s absolutely molestation,” Rogan replied.

Yiannopoulos also boasted about a Hollywood party he attended that he said featured “very young boys” available for sex.

Watch the video of Joe Rogan’s interview with Milo Yiannopoulos below:

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