Jack Posobiec’s New Book Was Published and Edited by ‘Alt-Right’ Writer

Jack Posobiec talks on radio row during the 2018 Conservative Political Action Conference. (Photo: Jared Holt for Right Wing Watch)

Jack Posobiec, an infamous “Pizzagate” conspiracy-theory pusher now working at the right-wing outlet, One America News, released a book Saturday that Theodore Beale, an “alt-right” writer using the pseudonym “Vox Day,” edited and published, via Castalia House, where he is the lead editor.

Posobiec’s new book, “4D Warfare: A Doctrine for a New Generation of Politics,” was released September 8, the day after Beale posted that he had “just sent [Posobiec] the final edit of his book for review and approval.” This morning, Castalia House promoted the debut of Posobiec’s newest release. Similarly, Beale edited Mike Cernovich’s “MAGA Mindset” book, also published by Castalia House.

Posobiec’s ties to the white supremacist alt-right once ran deep. In a photo posted by white nationalist Richard Spencer, Posobiec stands next to him, smiling—although Posobiec told the Huffington Post that the photo was “probably Photoshop[ed].” That’s hard to believe given that Posobiec and Spencer once hosted a rally outside the White House together in early 2017.

Posobiec was also spotted sitting with Marcus Epstein, who was charged with assault after karate-chopping a black woman and calling her a racial slur, during this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference. He’s tweeted anti-Semitic tropes (and since deleted those tweets). Last year, Posobiec made a sudden departure from Rebel Media after it was revealed he had plagiarized Jason Kessler, the planner of the white supremacist Unite the Right rallies in 2017 and 2018.

Nowadays, Posobiec vociferously refutes any effort to characterize him as “alt-right” and a “white supremacist,” which makes turning to Beale to publish his latest book an interesting decision. Beale has been openly identified as “alt-right” as recently as August 9, 2018, and has spoken out against “civic nationalism” because it permits too much ethnic diversity. In 2016, Beale included the world’s most famous neo-Nazi slogan, “we must secure the existence of white people and a future for white children,” in a list of tenets of the alt-right. In 2012, Beale penned a column in WorldNetDaily calling for a new secessionist political party that was exclusive to white people.