You Won’t Believe Who Arranged the Trump, Kanye, Fuentes Dinner, “I Will Have Vengeance”
As you’re well aware, President Trump has been catching a lot of criticism for having dinner with Kanye West and Nick Fuentes recently. I won’t go into the details as to why, but suffice it to say that it centers around the things that both of these men represent and have said.
But how did this dinner even come about? Who set this up? Did President Trump know that Nick Fuentes was going to be there? Well, I would think so, but given who arranged the dinner, it wouldn’t actually surprise me if he didn’t.
As it turns out, Milo Yiannopolous was the “architect” of the dinner.
In the past, Milo has threatened to take down the Republican Party, including President Trump.
“BURN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY TO THE F***ING GROUND,” Milo said, seemingly unaware that 117 members of Congress – including Majority Leader XYZ – and state attorneys general publicly supported the lawsuit.
“Trump’s SCOTUS appointments were pointless. We defended a selfish clown for nothing.”
“I lost everything helping to put Trump in office,” he continued. “My life and career were completely destroyed. Was it worth it? No. I feel utterly betrayed.”
“I will have vengeance.”
Well, it looks like he’s getting his vengeance. According to MSN,
Infamous right-wing provocateur Milo Yiannopoulos told NBC News that he was “the architect” of the plan to have Fuentes show up to dinner with Trump.
“I wanted to show Trump the kind of talent that he’s missing out on by allowing his terrible handlers to dictate who he can and can’t hang out with,” Yiannopoulos told NBC News.
“I also wanted to send a message to Trump that he has systematically repeatedly neglected, ignored, abused the people who love him the most, the people who put him in office, and that kind of behavior comes back to bite you in the end,” he added.
Yiannopoulos said he arranged the dinner “just to make Trump’s life miserable” because news of the dinner would get out and Trump would most certainly jumble his response.
Fuentes agreed, saying, “I hate to say it but the chickens are coming home to roost. You know, this is the frustration with his base and with his true loyalists.”
It looks like his plan worked out well.