So, apparently, if someone unearths easily-Googled video of a person saying something that is heinous after that person's having said and written lots of heinous things, in about 24 hours, this can result in that person losing a speaking opportunity at a hard-right political conference, have one's current employment under question, and lose a book deal.
Note: it's not like he changed or something--that was who he already was. It's just everyone knowing that's a problem. I also note with some interest Twitter comments calling this an example of a liberal double standard. Because he was invited and disinvited to CPAC? Because Simon and Shuster thought he had an interesting point of view until it became a financially uninteresting one? Because fellow Breitbart writers think he's a problem right now?