Milo Yiannopoulos is a cult hero to youngish
Recently, his Conservative stardom was knocked down a peg when his Internets blathering crossed the line of common sense on a topic that hard-line right-wingers weren't willing to forgive:
Milo Yiannopoulos Resigns From Breitbart After Underage Sex Comments
But don't get it twisted . . . He still has fans and even more haters who often react to his antics violently.
Earlier this year, ANTIFA shut down one of his talks . . . He later came back and chatted with a smallish crowd and that cost a California University more than $800K for 15 minutes.
Real talk: Milo's artful alt-right punditry might not play well in Kansas City because radical right-wing denizens don't need to dress up their Conservatism, moderate Republicans are rarely challenged and outright Midwestern racists aren't too jazzed about LGBT allies.
Establishment Republicans rule the Midwest and Milo's efforts to "normalize" antipathy toward marginalized groups is redundant at best.
On the bright side, Kansas City ANTIFA and leftist protesters could be tricked by this master troll into protesting him. But again, his local popularity is limited and only exists in the mind of people who spend far too much time arguing on the Internets.
MILO: The Troll Academy Tour
The Folly Theater
300 W 12th St
Kansas City, MO
Sunday Nov 5, 2017
Doors: 7:00 PM
Show: 8:15 PM (ends at 10:00 PM)
$40 - $50
You decide . . .