Milo Yiannopoulos is currently marketing himself as “ex-gay,” and a church in Florida is ready to partner with him to release an audiobook of Yiannopoulos reading books of the Bible, specifically Psalms, Proverbs, and of course Revelations.
Milo released the information on his YouTube and Telegram channels, along with a one-minute clip of him reading pages from the Bible into a microphone.
Of course, it’s not just any church he’s partnered with, but Flowing Streams Church in Vero Beach, Florida — the church of Pastor Rick Wiles.
Wiles is also the founder of TruNews, which also seems to be a part of the partnership working to release a Milo Yiannopoulos version of the Bible for their shared audience.
If Wiles’ name and the name of his media website don’t ring any bells for you, here’s a little of their history. Rick Wiles has previously made headlines for COVID-19 denial and antivax conspiracy theories (after which he himself was hospitalized with the virus), and in fact, when his staff became sick, he even theorized it could be because Yiannopoulos appeared on his show.
Meanwhile, one of Milo’s recent pastimes is sharing photos of bandaged limbs on Telegram and boasting about how he self-harms when he has gay thoughts.
According to the New York Post, he’s also got plans to open a “conversion therapy” facility in Florida, which, if it ever comes to fruition, will hopefully not subject clients to the same methods he says he uses on himself.
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