the best way to counter that is to ask the speaker if he would come for a podium’s discussion instead of his monologue.
You can’t right a wrong (hate speech) with another wrong (censorship).
Philipp Markolin

He does have weak arguments, but even weaker rebuttals. If you have ever seen Milo during a Q&A at a college, you would know that there is no point in asking him a question. He will shoot it down, dismiss it, make a joke of your question and you. He is not there for critical engagement, just provocation, hence he is a poor speaker for a college setting.

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