Milo Media Blitz Brings The Heat To Twitter At RNC

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Milo Yiannopoulos, one of the most sought-after interviewees at the Republican National Convention, stormed the media this week, responding to Twitter’s decision suspend him from their social media platform. On Wednesday, he delivered a speech during an book signing at the Cleveland Barnes and Noble with Ann Coulter, vowing to fight for the right of free speech online. “Twitter is now nakedly using it’s platform for political partisanship, interfering in this election and gerrymandering the free speech rights of conservatives and libertarians. And this is unacceptable and I intend to make their lives hell!” he said as a crowd of his fans cheered wildly. “I’m perfectly happy to be your martyr here.” Employing his unique blend of style, humor, and provocation, Yiannopoulos made his way through a swarm of television, online, magazine, and radio interviews. Starting with CNBC’s Power Lunch, Yiannopoulos warned that Twitter was making a grave error by singling him out for punishment. “If Twitter does change the rules to clamp down on the most fun people, interesting people, on its platform, people are going to leave,” he said. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump landed in Cleveland just as Yiannopoulos wrapped up his interview, allowing him to inform the anchors that