MILO Cast Out of Furry Convention, Fails to Secure Furry Vote

Roy Batty
Daily Stormer
September 23, 2019

Somehow, MILO’s attempt to red-pill the furry community and get them to vote for Trump in 2020 has failed. This is disappointing and rather unexpected. Everyone knows how right-wing and conservative most furries are.

Let’s try to find out what went wrong here, friends.

Spectator US (Cockburn):

Bill Maher once called Milo Yiannopoulos the ‘young, gay, alive Christopher Hitchens.’ Now a few years removed from his stint as a Breitbart editor and shunned by polite society for some unorthodox comments about pedophilia, the right-wing provocateur is trying to start a new life among furries — a vibrant community of individuals who are interested in anthropomorphic characters and bestial fetishism.

According to Yiannopoulos’s Telegram, he has registered for a furry convention called Midwest FurFest. The event site explains FurFest is ‘an annual convention which takes place in the west suburbs of Chicago, Ill.…to celebrate the furry fandom, which includes art, literature and performances based around anthropomorphic animals.’

You know it’s funny. And by funny, I mean deeply troubling.

But think about it: furries are allowed to have massive conventions with thousands of people all over the country, while conservatives can’t safely gather in any major coastal city in the US or muster up more than a couple hundred people to defend historic statues without the FBI and the media coming after them to put them in jail.

And this is after the complete optics disaster that was the first Rainfurrest.

It’s 2019 and politicians compete amongst themselves to secure the furry vote.

Though it may seem like a bizarre fringe event, the Midwest FurFest Twitter account is followed by presidential candidate and US senator Amy Klobuchar. While Cockburn is unaware of a planned visit, a campaign stop at FurFest could raise the senator’s numbers with the furry voting bloc — something candidate Beto O’Rourke has already tapped into.

Words fail me.

But credit where credit is due.

I guess MILO was way ahead of the curve and understood the importance of securing the furry vote – which is why he was trying to make inroads into furry fandom.

Though a Klobuchar appearance is yet to be announced, Yiannopoulos was planning on hosting his own seminar, ‘The Politics of Fur’, at FurFest. Some have accused Yiannopoulos of ‘furvently’ trying to bring attention to himself after his recent admission that he is struggling to keep himself financially afloat…but it’s important to note that he has commissioned his own ‘fursona’:

The Intolerant Left stepped up and got him banned though.

The controversy resulted in Yiannopoulos’s barring from the convention. While he has some supporters in the fandom, Yiannopoulos has been relegated to the status of ‘fursona non grata‘. Cockburn considers this a significant fall from ‘young, gay, alive Christopher Hitchens.’

I commend MILO for going out there and trying to expand Trump’s voting base, but in the end, even his fellow perverts were given marching order by the Jews to de-platform him.

And at this point, I well and truly don’t even know what to say.

If MILO can’t even show up to a furry convention to talk about “the politics of fur,” then the time for talk has well and truly come to an end. People are probably going to start listening to Stephan Molyneux – the fuhrer-in-waiting.

Because the simple fact of the matter is that if you refuse to listen to MILO, you’ll have to answer to Molyneux instead, Jews.