Breitbart Employees Threaten To Leave After Hearing Their Own Thoughts Said Out Loud By Someone Else

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A group of Breitbart News employees are reportedly preparing to leave the news organization after a controversial video arose of senior editor Milo Yiannopoulos appearing to defend pedophilia. The employees say they will leave the company if the company refuses to fire Yiannopoulos.

“I was disgusted to hear some other guy say my own thoughts said out loud,” said Breitbart staff writer Derrick Jones. “I don’t know, I just didn’t imagine anyone would have the audacity to take words I would willingly write for an article about my correct views pedophilia and scream it out to world.”

The employees of Breitbart believe their special thoughts should only be spoken aloud in certain situations.

“My thoughts, which are the best thoughts by the way, are normally conveyed through my articles that your racist uncle would share on Facebook,” said Breitbart staff writer Jason Mack. “I also think pedophilia is an issue best saved for ‘locker room talk’ as President Trump said. At least a locker room is a safe space for men and boys to have a conversation about ideas like this.”

Some Breitbart employees aren’t too worried about their future job prospects if they were to leave the news organization.

“I know the Ku Klux Klan is always recruiting members,” said Breitbart assistant editor Chris Smith. “At least with the Klan I can hide behind a white hood instead of a screen.”

Breitbart has yet to make a statement on the Yiannopoulos’ comments.

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