St. Louis, MO—
The recent controversy in which Internet provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos was kicked out of a New York City bar has conservatives worked up about forced removal from places, totally incognizant of the stunning irony with which such a view contrasts with their insistence that the United States is some sort of ethno-state for white Christians from which every other demographic of people should be deported.
“Yeah, sure, we may hold public rallies and protests advocating for forcibly deporting every American who isn’t white and Christian,” explained white supremacist Ralph Quakerson of St. Louis, “But that doesn’t mean New York City libtards can kick us out of a bar during a democratic socialist meet-up. We just want an aryan country, and if that means we have to commit wide-spread ethnic cleansing, so be it. But it’s so ironic that these libtards call us nazis for dressing up like nazis and burning giant swastikas and idolizing Adolph Hitler, when they’re the real nazis for oppressing our First Amendment rights to terrorize the nation!”
Other white supremacists were similarly upset, like Shawn Donneldman of Chesterfield.
“Sure, we nazis do awful things where we throw rallies that end in beatings of black people and the one that ended in the death of Heather Heyer, and of course white supremacy-affiliated lone wolfs go out and commit mass shootings and murder, but these liberals say mean things. Milo Yiannopoulos got called ‘nazi scum,’ and even if it is totally true, it’s such a offensive thing to say. I thought American society was better than such hateful rhetoric. And even worse, it distracts from our important message that we ought to bring back concentration camps to once and for all annihilate all off-white skin colors, liberals, single mothers, divorced women, LGBTQ people, and the infirm. Honestly, I just can’t get over how rude it was for Milo to get kicked out of that bar.”