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  • Because haters are allowed to hate, certain things need to be said.

  • This is not any endorsement of pedophilia nor any recommendation that pedophilia laws

  • be loosened.

  • This is a prediction.

  • Anything bad will increase when it is confronted with hate.

  • Secretary Flynn’s conversations were reported to Trump the wrong way, by both Flynn and

  • the press.

  • He lost his job, some major networks were uninvited to an unofficial pressgaggle”,

  • the same work continued, and unified complaints of the press and the dissidents backfired

  • into more support for Trump and Flynn’s work.

  • This week, the same media sought to make headlines concerning Milo Yiannopoulos.

  • The video version going viral (seen on The Providence, but also others) makes accusations

  • aboutprotecting” a criminal by not giving a name.

  • The same presumptionin the video, in the media’s response, and in what happened with

  • Flynnis thattelling the pressis how to report a crime.

  • Actually, “protecting a criminalinvolves withholding names when asked by police.

  • Informing the public through the press before informing the proper authorities of a crime

  • could suggest defamation or even interference with police work.

  • Milo can’t accuse anyone of a crime without proof.

  • A small press interview is not the place to ask for a criminal to be namedunless the

  • interviewer wants to obstruct the due process of law.

  • Many sex crime cases are difficult to prove in court, even with evidence.

  • And, even with evidence, telling the press can lead to a mistrial.

  • Telling anyone about a crime without evidence can lead to defamation charges.

  • Milo wasn’t “protecting criminalsmerely on account of not giving names to a curious

  • podcast host, no matter how many podcast hosts might like to think so.

  • Over the last few weeks, the press has demonstrated a flamboyantly inflated view of itself, even

  • in other areas.

  • Mainstream voices in the news media think they are the authorities on anything they

  • talk about.

  • Take Chris Wallaceinterview with Reince Priebus for instance.

  • No one is trying to tell the media what to do, but the media consistently tries to tell

  • the country what to dothey try to boss everyone, from the voters to the president.

  • When the president turns away press agencies with declining viewership, at unofficial meetings,

  • the press cries about the country being under assault.

  • The country is under assault, the question is, “From whom?”.

  • The problem runs far deeper than a red-blue color pallet can render.

  • Back to Milo and pedophiliaexploiting Milo’s bad remarks in this way will ripple a dangerous

  • effect.

  • He did make overly-sexualized remarks, as he often does.

  • He did come across as if his story motivates his attention-grabbing manner.

  • As a journalist and senior editor attempting to explain many sides of a big problem, Milo

  • dispassionately attempts to introduce the complex problems of sexual relations—a topic

  • that encyclopedias couldn’t contain; there is no way that can’t sound like an endorsement

  • to people who are largely unfamiliar with the horrid things that happen behind closed

  • doors.

  • He was careless, crass, and should have been more aware of how people would react.

  • But far more importantly than the right or wrong of Milo’s character assassination,

  • as we saw in this past election, all press is positive press.

  • Shock-value reporting of sex outside marriage preceded rampant sex outside marriage.

  • Shock-value reporting of homosexuals preceded legalization of homosexual marriage.

  • This time, the press is reporting with shock-value a discussion onendorsing pedophilia”.

  • Guess what is going to eventually happen anyway, no matter what is said about what is said

  • anyway.

  • Coming out of the closetas a homosexual has nearly reached its peak of headline-power.

  • Now, when people announce that they are homosexual, the presses don’t stop anymore.

  • But, the press loves to stop for the capital “P” word almost as much as people love

  • to hate to read it in headlines.

  • Thanks to thiswhatever-we-call-itgaggle episode with Milo and CPAC and resigning from

  • Breitbart, the new thing to talk about won’t start with an “H” or an “L” or a “G”

  • or a “B” or a “T” or a “Q”, it will start with a “P”.

  • Many people will identify with Milo, in both his past and how he is a spicy-sweet blend

  • that can never be perfectly understood.

  • His support will grow.

  • His new media group will take off.

  • His re-negotiated book, with likely extra chapter, will sell more copies.

  • Many people will announce that they have secretly had the same thing happen to them, but were

  • afraid to speak out, until now.

  • Children will learn another new word at an early age.

  • And, eventually as unfortunately, from the topic getting such attention in the press,

  • pedophilia will unfortunately increase to a point where, unfortunately, sex laws could

  • be changed by a popular vote.

  • And, the presshunt for hate didn’t help to stop the spread.

  • The remaining question is whether the press is just ignorant of its unbiased power to

  • endorse everything it reports as good or bad, or if the eventual outcome was what agents

  • of the press wanted from the beginning.

  • Changing laws about sex sure has sold a lot of newspapers.

  • But, only God knows the intentions of the heart.

  • That’s true of the press, just as it is true of us all.

Because haters are allowed to hate, certain things need to be said.


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