Twitter Discovers The Editorial Notes For Milo Yiannopolous’ Defunct Book With Simon & Schuster & OMG IT’S ROUGH!

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The world was aghast when alt-right personality Milo Yiannopoulos went from Twitter troll to potential best-selling author after the provocateur scored a massive book deal with Simon & Schuster.

Thanks to general opposition and the former Breitbart writer’s dumbass remarks endorsing pedophilia, the publisher canceled the deal — prompting Yiannopoulos to file a lawsuit against S&S for ruining his “brand.”

As it turns out, the petty suit was the best thing to happen to Yiannopoulos’ critics, because the editor’s notes for his first draft were among the public court docs that found their way to Twitter. And, holy-Steve Bannon are they rough!

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Publisher and novelist Jason Pinter tweeted out screenshots of the court records on Wednesday, including scathing feedback from Yiannopoulos’ conservative editor Mitchell Ivers on the book’s weak arguments, arbitrary insults, and one too many “black-dick” jokes.

Overall, Ivers called the Dangerous manuscript “at best, a superficial work full of incendiary jokes with no coherent or sophisticated analysis of political issues.” But the real hilarity lies in Ivers’ page comments, which grew increasingly infuriated with Yiannopoulos’s inability to string together a logical argument.

Do these notes hint at yet another reason why his book wasn’t published? See the lowlights for yourself (below), provided by delighted Twitter users:


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Dec 28, 2017 12:22pm PST

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