Could it be just a bad editorial choice, or is it that Voris is trying to slyly promote degeneracy, but still, isn't child sexual abuse the line you wouldn't want to cross? Milo clearly crosses it in an Interview with the Drunken Peasants, but he also does it at Rogan (Which is a linguistic cesspool, but also touches briefly on Hollywood's aberrosexual pederast problem.) Why didn't Voris encourage Milo to out his abuser? What do you expect from a man who contracted a gay marriage and continuously refers to his "black husband"?
Lust darkens the mind and makes these important distinctions hard to see and E. Michael Jones was certainly onto something here... Milo gives his explanation for his glib comments about sex-abuse and support of pederasty at 7:00.
It's interesting to look at the comment section of all the naive fans of CM who are willing to give him a pass.