Chadwick Moore, the gay journalist infamous for giving homocon Milo Yiannopoulos a platform in Out magazine and then coming out as conservative after the backlash, just called people who attended a Pulse vigil “mentally and emotionally unhinged” on Fox News.
Moore made the comments as a guest on Tucker Carlson’s show, where he was discussing the aftermath of the Pulse nightclub shooting that left 49 dead and many injured.
The journalist took issue with some of the speakers at a New York vigil for the Orlando tragedy. Moore said the likes of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio and Governor Andrew Cuomo were forcing their concerns about guns on the crowd.
“They subject everyone who showed up into their radical ideology,” said Moore.
“This is the strange phenomenon that when you have large dense populations of leftists, whether that’s on a college campus or if that’s in the gay community, that the small group of the loudest, most mentally and emotionally unhinged push their way to the front, seize the microphone and bully everyone into going along with them.”
Moore also insisted on telling Carlson that “most gay people aren’t political.”
“Most gay people, you know, they care about pop music and going to the beach,” he said. “They probably don’t know what the Second Amendment is.”
“And so they show up to be together, to celebrate the community, to mourn together and instead they are fed this anti-gun nonsense.”
Moore’s Twitter profile currently lists him as being head of research at Milo, Inc, Yiannopoulos’ new “media empire”, and as having “left the Left for truth and sanity”.