America’s top political opinion website What’s on Politics has recently signed infamous youtuber James Allsup as their new Editor at Large. As part of this exclusive deal, for the first time ever, Mr Allsup will be publishing an exclusive newsletter for What’s on Politics (WOPO).
Speaking of his new deal with What’s on Politics, James Allsup said, “I’m beyond excited to get back into writing by signing on as the Editor at Large for What’s on Politics. Writing as my first foray into political media, which led me to writing scripts for my videos- and this opportunity with WOPO will be a great way for me to provide additional, regular content. I’m looking forward to bringing my perspective back to print in my exclusive columns for What’s on Politics!”
“We are over the moon to be working with someone like James Allsup. He brings a strong opinion and creative writing style to the edgy politics of WOPO. James isn’t afraid to poke the bear every once in a while and, unlike Facebook and Youtube where views can often be censored, our plan is to finally let James have his say,” said WOPO Editor in Chief John Todora.
James Allsup is a veteran of youth conservative politics, having served as the Chairman of the Washington College Republicans Federation and with other national level political organizations. He has written for various publications, hosted Nationalist Review alongside Nicholas J. Fuentes, and has built a following on YouTube hundreds of thousands strong where he covers current events from his economically independent, American nationalist perspective. He brings his experience in politics and media to the WOPO editorial staff.
James has 441,035 subscribers to his channel
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