Breitbart senior editor Milo Yiannopoulos will address media and the public at 2pm today at ground zero in Orlando, Florida.
The event can be watched live below:
Milo will give the short talk “Absolutely Haram: Islam versus Gays”, which was scheduled to be delivered at the University of Central Florida this week before UCF PD cancelled his event, stating they could not guarantee his safety.
He will discuss his suspension this morning on Twitter following his criticism of Islam.
Yiannopoulos will address the cancellation of his college speaking event as well as UCF administrators’ decision to cancel his scheduled press conference tomorrow by claiming that “no space was available” for him to talk to students and the media.
He will discuss his recent column, “The Left Chose Islam Over Gays. Now 100 People Are Dead Or Maimed In Orlando” and the response of the mainstream media to the attack at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, as well as his personal experience of being a right-wing homosexual.
Yiannopoulos will take questions from attending media and listeners, expected to include the New York Times, local television stations, Deutsche Welle, PBS and various student publications.
The meet-up location will be a few blocks away from the Pulse Nightclub, site of the horrific attacks by a Muslim terrorist earlier this weekend. Attendees should gather outside Christ Church of Orlando, at 2200 South Orange Avenue.
All members of the public and press are welcome to attend, and should contact email@example.com with further questions.
Attendees are instructed not to enter the church’s interior, as it is being used to provide food and water to affected families. Parking can be found around Orange & Grant.
The Breitbart team will be accompanied by private security, for the safety of media and the attending public. All are welcome to join. The event will begin promptly at 2pm EDT.