Oh, how the mighty have fallen.
It wasn’t all that long ago that Milo Yiannopolous was the gay darling of the Alt-right movement and a star columnist for Breitbart. He had a book deal with Simon & Schuster and made regular appearances on conservative news outlets.
And then it all came crashing down.
These days, Milo has resorted to hawking vitamins on satellite radio. No, seriously. That’s what he’s doing now.
On a recent episode of InfoWars, Milo took a moment to talk about a 30-day supply of supplements called “Icuren,” which claims to be a liver and kidney “cleanse.”
“The best endorsement I can give you is that I’m very careful about what I put inside myself,” Milo said, before swallowing the supplement and exclaiming “Let’s do it!”
To all of your wannabe trolls out there, let this be a cautionary tale:
Milo is selling supplements on Infowars. This is not a drill. pic.twitter.com/zieQXOqtRi
— Ross McCafferty (@RossMcCaff) February 21, 2018
Here’s the full 12-minute segment, including an extended period of Milo struggling to take live calls from listeners, if that’s something you feel you need in your life: