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Conservative writer Milo Yiannopoulos was driven out of a New York City bar Saturday by a crowd of people who heckled him. 

Yiannopoulos and Chadwick Moore -- also a gay conservative reporter -- were at The Churchill Tavern, where the New York City chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America also convened after a meeting.

Multiple videos posted on social media show the crowd yelling "Nazi scum, get out!" at Yiannopoulos.

Among the group of hecklers were The Nation editor Annie Shields and Gizmodo reporter Brendan O'Connor, who responded with an expletive when asked to appear on "Tucker Carlson Tonight."

Moore told Carlson said that upon re-entering the pub after stepping outside, the hecklers wouldn't let him and Yiannopoulos get back to their table.

He also said that O'Connor went up to Yiannopoulos with a recorder and attempted to ask him about old news stories.

Yiannopoulos posted a photo to Instagram following the encounter, saying the incident "rattled" him.

"It’s now impossible for me to safely go out for lunch in most major cities in America because I supported Trump at the last election and don’t like feminism," he said.

Moore said he and Yiannopoulos did not know about the Democratic Socialists of America meeting, rejecting claims that they were seeking to provoke a confrontation. 

"We really wanted to have a peaceful lunch," he said. 

Yiannopoulos made headlines last year when he was forced to cancel a speaking engagement at UC-Berkeley due to violent protests. 

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