Milo Yiannopoulos took to Facebook today to announce that he plans to return to the University of California at Berkeley to give the speech that got cancelled Wednesday night after riots broke out, ABC7 News San Francisco reported.
Milo added that he hopes to return to prestigious Berkeley in the next few months.
In the meantime, Milo's upcoming book Dangerous, which is scheduled for a March 14 release, is already a number one best-seller on Amazon on a pre-order basis.
To this degree, the effort by his detractors to silence him apparently seems to have instead elevated his brand.
It may be an understatement that emotions are still running high almost three months after Donald Trump's victory in the 2016 presidential election, an outcome that most media organizations and political pollsters and pundits insisted never would happen.
Some political observers maintain that, in general, the media echo chamber or groupthink that Trump rival Hillary Clinton was a lock for the presidency might be partially responsible for at least some of the post-election incivility by those dissatisfied with the outcome on November 8, 2016.