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“Voting Is Not A Right” Milo Yiannopoulos Circulates Petition To Block Women From The Polls

“Out of a misplaced sense of generosity men gave women this privilege,” Milo Yiannopoulos says, referring to the right to vote, a century after our grandmothers and great-grandmothers fought to win that right, now enshrined in the United States Constitution.

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Yiannopoulos is sharing a Change.org petition that has zero chance of changing the law, but a pretty good chance of getting his fan base worked up about their fear of women holding any power at all. While he’s at it, he’s reminding the small corner of the internet on which he’s still allowed (by the way, voting is a right but Twitter isn’t) how he earned a reputation for misogyny and trolling.

Milo quotes a portion labeling women’s right to vote “a terrible mistake,” while granting men the credit for “giving” this right.

[Screenshot via Milo Yiannoopoulos/Telegram]

The rest of the petition is….not any better.

The 19th amendment has led to untold suffering of the worst kind. The emasculation of young boys, the transitioning of children, the deaths of over 63 million unborn souls, and the overall destruction of the family are only a few of the casualties that this ill-fated and poorly thought out demonic form of progress has wrought.

The document goes on to refer to women as “inherently emotional and volatile creatures” who just can’t handle self-governance, and encourages “lurking women” to “do what you do best and nag your husband” into signing.

This might be a good time to remind everyone that Yiannopoulos was actually hired by a church (granted it’s Rick Wiles’ church, but still) to narrate an audiobook of the Bible.



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