Strippers, Guns, and Champagne: Deplorables Gather in Miami for ‘Cinco de Milo’
The bitch is back.
On a warm Friday evening in Miami, at an “abandoned cocaine mansion” which happens to be Milo Yiannopoulos’ new home, many of the most notorious deplorables gathered to celebrate “Cinco de Milo.”
This wasn’t the stuffy old Republican Party of your grandparents — the crowd was primarily young, attractive, and most of all… unconcerned about your feelings. Though right wing, this movement is something new and exciting. Nobody at this party worried about being polite or pandering to the other side. It was a full on unwavering assault on liberal ideas and victimhood, with no apologies being offered.
Upon arrival at the “Meme Mansion,” guests were greeted by a large “Milo” projection on the main wall before encountering a room lit in red, decorated with a large American flag and “feminism is cancer” painted in massive lettering. A beer pong table was set in the center.
Next came a large room with a wall of “deport your local illegal” flyers created by Milo Inc.’s Lead Creative Director Mike Ma.
“The posters are a nod to one of America’s finest movements – the Red Scare and the aesthetic that came from it. While communism remains a huge threat against our freedoms, I think it’s important we use that same enthusiasm to get rid of illegal immigrants,” Ma told Big League Politics. “There’s nothing more patriotic than forcibly removing degenerates from the country you vowed to protect. A police wagon full of teary-eyed deportees is the hottest thing I can think of. Potheads should be next.”
Guests were also greeted by an excessively over stocked bar — likely enough booze for each of the approximately 150 guests to have their own large bottle of liquor — plus multiple kegs. I wondered if we were all going to die of alcohol poisoning before the end of the evening.
The guests consisted of many of the most infamous twitter trolls, like Ma, whose banter has left them banned from the network — and those who will likely join them in being censored soon.
Despite their often shocking statements online, everyone was friendly, happy, and excited to be in the company of fellow deplorables. Many in the crowd, despite living all over the nation, have met multiple times before. Even those who hadn’t met seemed to know each other from the internet, and it was like a massive group of old friends at a reunion. Party goers were dressed to impress, adhering to Yiannopoulos’ “cocaine dealer chic” dress code.
Pizza Party Ben had told us there would be at least 9 strippers, both male and female. He wasn’t kidding.
Yiannopoulos, in a white suit and draped in a large yellow snake named “Jared,” in honor of Trump’s globalist son-in-law, emerged from his room and marched down the stairs with a trail of armed scantily clad exotic dancers. The crowd awaiting him went wild and chanted his name.
“I want to tell you all what I’m going to do with that money so we can get back to getting trashed. First of all, Simon & Schuster. I am going to spend the next year making the name Simon & Schuster synonymous with censorship. I am going to spend the next year giving out as many free ‘Fuck Simon & Schuster’ shirts as I can,” Yiannopoulos announced.
Yiannopoulos announced a $10 million lawsuit against Simon and Schuster over the cancellation of his book deal, a new tour, and media venture to be started with a $12 million dollar investment.
“But we’re taking it a step further,” he added, “I am going to take not just all of their best authors but all of the best authors of all of the conservative imprints in this country and launch my own imprint called Dangerous Books. We are going to publish every mischievous, dissident, hellraising guy you have ever heard of… We’re going to be going live in the next seven days.”
Following his speech, the notorious self-described “dangerous faggot” posed for selfies, mingled, and took questions from his guests.
Those in attendance included Trump’s former campaign advisor Roger Stone, Rebel Media’s Jack Posobiec and Faith Goldy, Mike Ma, Pizza Party Ben, The Gateway Pundit’s notorious White House Correspondent Lucian Wintrich, and many more.
Posobiac, hours before the party, had broken the news of the massive leak of Emmanuel Macron’s emails. His tweet shot around the world — as unhinged liberals, unaccustomed to the ways of the new media, assumed he was responsible for the release instead of being first to break it.
“At Republican dinners, we usually have what’s sarcastically referred to as rubber chicken. At Milo’s dinner we had a perfectly-charred steak with Pepe hot sauce. It’s a new day in politics,” Posobiec told Big League.
Pepe’s “Over the Wall” hot sauce is manufactured by Big League Politics writer Jeremy Bernstein (and it’s delicious).
Despite the massive attack campaign against him by liberal media happening as the party was underway, Posobiec seemed unbothered, enjoying his evening after unleashing the havoc. In this crowd, causing establishment meltdowns is all in a day’s work. He is also currently campaigning to become the new president of the Heritage Foundation.
“The New Right is beaming with new, different energy. Milo’s party best exemplified that. After three RNC conventions and dozens of conferences around the country, it’s safe to say, I’ve seen it all. That was until Friday night at Milo’s Meme Mansion,” Ali Akbar, a conservative political strategist who attended the party told Big League Politics. “We’re witnessing the birth of an adjacent movement that’s equal parts cultural and political.”
Indeed, this party highlighted the fact that the new right is the hip new counter culture — as those who stand for free speech will always be cooler than those wishing to silence it.
On Saturday evening, Yiannopoulos also hosted an elaborate three course dinner for a select group of his friends and supporters in a private dining room at Trump Hotel Doral, complete with close to a dozen bottles of champagne.
For his grand entrance at the dinner, Yiannopoulos and his crew rolled in wearing red MAGA style “Lesbians Aren’t Real” hats. He also donned a “Bannon 2020” t-shirt.
Unlike the left, who made excuses for all of President Barack Obama’s failures — this group, who gave their all to get Trump elected — will still hold his feet to the fire over broken promises. It was clear that the new right is loyal to populism and nationalism — not necessarily to the party or the person.
The difference was refreshing.
In February, Yiannopoulos had been scheduled to speech at UC Berkeley, but it was cancelled after a group wearing ski masks and all-black attire showed up to violently prevent him from speaking.
The group launched fireworks and molotov cocktails at police, firebombed a mobile light structure causing a large fire, and assaulted multiple supporters of President Donald Trump. The city estimated that there was between $400,000 and $500,000 in damage to the area surrounding the university, and $100,000 in damage to the campus’ MLK Student Union building.
Last month, Yiannopoulos vowed to go back to the campus and hold an entire week’s worth of events focused on the freedom of speech.
Yiannopoulos also asserted that if the university does not “actively assist us in the planning and execution of this event, we will extend festivities to an entire month.”
“We will establish a tent city on Sproul Plaza protesting the university’s total dereliction of its duty and encourage students at other universities to follow suit,” Yiannopoulos warned.
This “new right” is out to win the culture war against antifa, liberals, and neoconservatives — and if this weekend was any indication, they are energized and will not be backing down.