Can Christians work with gays like Milo Yiannopoulos, who call themselves “conservative”?

No.  It is absolutely important that Bible-believing Christians alienate, isolate, and minimize homosexuals, like Milo Yiannopoulos, who call themselves “conservative”.

Homosexuals cannot be Christians.  Both the Old Testament and the New Testament identify homosexuality as “unnatural” evil and the greatest social evil.  Romans 1 in the New Testament is clear on this.

Bible is clear about not making alliances with those who are opposed to the core values of the Holy Bible.

The goal of Bible-believing Christians is not to be “ultra conservative”.  The goal of Bible-believing Christians is to make America a Christian nation that respects and honors Christ Jesus, the Savior of the World.  A part of having a nation that respects Jesus Christ is to illegalize homosexuality and oppose gay marriage laws.

“Conservative” homosexuals, like Milo Yiannopoulos, support gay marriage laws and homosexuality expansion in society because they are homosexuals.

It is important for Bible-believing Christians to run for the Democratic primaries for 2018 and 2020 elections, opposing gay marriage laws.  It is important for Bible-believing Christians to run for Republican primaries for 2018 and 2020 on platform of illegalizing homosexuality in America and making America more Christian.

“Conservative” homosexuals, like Milo Yiannopoulos and Peter Thiel, are fundamentally opposed to Bible-honoring Christian America.

Bible emphasizes that homosexuality is a crime that must be punished by national laws and that Christian churches must excommunicate homosexuals and not allow homosexuals to attend Christian worship services because their very presence defiles the holy assembly to honor Christ.