What the actual f*ck.
And, one of the Saturday Night Live star’s haters isn’t even SLIGHTLY sorry for the emotional and psychological pain his cyberbullying inflicted on the 48-year-old.
Milo Yiannopoulos told ABC News‘ Nightline that, by slinging slurs at the Ghostbusters alum, he was fulfilling orders from on high, saying:
“Trolling is very important. I like to think of myself as a virtuous troll, you know? I’m doing God’s work.”
While it seems like the Breitbart editor is actually trolling the news program with that response, his continued comments make it clear that he’s not joking, and felt he was doing the right thing by bringing the actress down, adding:
“This idea that celebrities are these fragile wallflowers. Give me a break. That the stars of Hollywood blockbusters are sitting at home crying into their iPhones.”
Do celebrities live nice lives? Sure. But that absolutely DOES NOT mean they deserve to be so intensely and offensively targeted by trolls hurling hurtful comments.
No one deserves that.
And Milo is actually an ass hat on all fronts. The 32-year-old also bashed the body positivity movement:
“What’s revolting is this idea now that you can tell women that they’ll be healthy at any size. It tells women that you can be fat and you can be unattractive and you’ll be happy anyway. That’s a lie.”
The British journalist even slammed feminism:
“I would rather a healthier, equitable arrangement that existed between the sexes rather than the sort of vindictive feminism that seems to exist now. And by the way, most people agree with me. Fewer than one in five women in America describe themselves as a feminist, because they see what I see.”
“It is insisted upon us that we all pay obeisance to the cult of Lena Dunham and Amy Schumer that they put them on the cover of the magazines.”
We’re just glad Twitter banned this d*ck from their site, and we hope they don’t reinstate his account, like he wants.