The downfall of Milo is delicious. The flaming Trumpster fire lasted just one day on the crowdfunding platform Patreon before getting banned.
No-platforming works. The Mercers want their money back from Milo, he's utterly broke at more than a million dollars in debt, and now he's shunned from internet platforms where he hoped to fundraise for himself.
This is great.
Hi there, thanks for the tweet. Milo Yiannopoulos was removed from Patreon as we don't allow association with or supporting hate groups on Patreon. For more info, please see our Community Guidelines. https://t.co/L7737I1ENi
— Patreon (@Patreon) December 5, 2018
Excerpt from VOX:
Former Breitbart editor Milo Yiannopoulos attempted to fund a "magnificent 2019 comeback" on the crowdfunding platform Patreon, only to be banned after one day. Yiannopoulos' Patreon campaign, whose banner image is seen above, garnered around 250 patrons pledging an unknown amount of money before being kicked off the service.
"Milo Yiannopoulos was removed from Patreon as we don't allow association with or supporting hate groups on Patreon," the company said in a tweet. Leaked emails have linked Yiannopoulos to white supremacists, and a 2016 video showed him singing karaoke in a bar while audience members, including white nationalist Richard Spencer, gave Nazi salutes.