Milo Yiannopoulos Allegedly Broke Federal Campaign Laws While Working On Kanye West’s Presidential Campaign

May 10, 2023 / Posted by:

More news about Milo Yiannopoulos is here–the new “director of political operations” (according to him) of Kanye West‘s yet-to-be-announced 2024 Presidential campaign is already making some headlines for a screw-up. Milo worked on Kanye’s campaign last year but was fired. And this latest screw-up reportedly happened when he was working for Kanye the first time around. You see, back in 2022, when this latest campaign was just another tiny seed of evil growing in the dark, Milo created a website for, but oddly enough, he used Republican representative and January 6th downplayer Marjorie Taylor Greene‘s credit card to do so. Bitch, what? Did this break the law? Maybe, but Milo swears it was an honest mistake made by someone else, and it has been corrected. Well, at least we know that, unlike his first one, this 2024 campaign of Kanye’s is really authentic and won’t be run by Republican operatives. OH, WAIT JUST A SECOND! It seems like it is!

Milo actually worked for Marjorie as an intern at her congressional office in 2022, so it makes sense he had access to a credit card from her campaign. The Daily Beast says they saw documents and spoke to a source who confirmed this went down. There are also FEC filings that prove it, via Huffington Post:

According to the Daily Beast, Yiannopoulos used a credit card from Greene’s campaign to buy the website for Ye’s yet-to-be announced 2024 presidential run on Nov. 22, 2022.

After snagging the site from for around $7,000, the alt-right pundit was reimbursed by Ye’s 2020 campaign committee for a $9,955 “domain transfer,” according to documents obtained by the outlet and “a person with knowledge of the events.”

Receipts filed to the Federal Election Commission from both Greene and Ye’s campaigns match the dates and amounts of the alleged transactions.

These reports are coming right after the treasurer of Kanye’s campaign, Patrick Krason, quit. Patrick sent a letter to Kanye that was published on Politico and lleges Milo is up to some shady shit:

..Kranson claimed Yiannopoulos may have committed a “potentially serious criminal transaction” by “submitt[ing] falsified invoices for expenditures that would be deemed unlawful.”

But Milo told The Daily Beast that “the story is absolutely false from start to finish,” and then later–because of all that evidence about the website–claimed the charge is actually just a billing error made by a “junior staffer.”

“The accident was quickly rectified and the correct card charged. I have apologized privately to Marjorie for the mixup.”

Girl… well, it’s a good thing that Kim Kardashian divorced Kanye before his employees could start accidentally stealing from her too. Although there would be much harsher punishment for that since no one comes between the Koven and their undeserved wealth without losing a limb or their house.

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