It wasn't your granddaddy's party on Friday as the flamboyant cultural libertarian icon Milo Yiannapoulos celebrated himself, so to speak, with "CinqoDeMilo" at his Miami "Meme Mansion."

The bawdy party and rave atmosphere featured scantily clad women dressed in leather gear and fish net stockings, pool antics, photo ops, and decorative wall art like the crucifix set against figurative blood spatter and Milo's name painted inside a circle.

Milo used the opportunity to announce the launch of his new company "Milo LLC" and his plans to sue publisher Simon and Schuster over a $10 million book deal gone bad in February.

“I want to send them a message that they can never again do this to a libertarian or a conservative,” Milo said as the conservative lightning rod kicked off his new tour, titled "Troll Academy," where he will be on the lookout for new conservative talent.

In February, the 32-year-old British native resigned from his position as senior editor for Breitbart amid a video scandal. A year earlier, Twitter banned the outspoken Milo for allegedly "inciting or engaging in the targeted abuse or harassment of others."

Threats of violence by leftist agitators forced the cancellation of a speech by Milo at UC Berkeley in February. Conservative writer Ann Coulter canceled her scheduled appearance at the liberal university in April following similar threats of violence.

No one said being a conservative would be easy.

Granted, Milo is an acquired taste, but he's been spot on when it comes to his conservative stance on most issues.

Please share this on Facebook if Milo reflects the values of mainstream conservatism.

Source: The Gateway Pundit

 
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