WHY DOES MSM PUT HIM ON AIR?
HE SHOWS THEM UP EVERY TIME
It is a delight to watch Dr. Sebastian Gorka spar with fake journalists on TV. Their insults don’t rattle him. When they misrepresent the facts, he calmly corrects them. When they spew Left-wing talking points, Dr. G. firmly sets them straight.
Sebastian Lukacs Gorka, Ph.D, serves as both deputy assistant to President Trump, and as a member of the National Security Advisory Board. But he goes into the media lion’s dens, and attacks where other Trump supporters simply offer defense.
Sebastian Gorka, the White House’s anti-terrorism aide, has become an excellent onscreen defender for the Trump Administration. In recent days, Gorka has been seen on numerous news programs to fire back against “fake news industrial complex.”
GORKA IS JUST WHAT THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION NEEDS
Last week Gorka stood up to anchors and hosts on CNN and MSNBC on the issue of Donald Trump Jr. and the Russian collusion narrative. He interrupted MSNBC’s Stephanie Ruhle, who was asking about Russian influence, to say: “Would you like to talk about Mosul or continue talking about the nothing-burger story? The Hillary Clinton campaign collects dirt on Bernie Sanders. Is that unusual?”
POOR ANDERSON, HE DIDN’T KNOW HOW TO HANDLE DR. GORKA
“I’m sad to see CNN fall to this,” Gorka told Anderson Cooper. “I know you want salacious and sensational coverage for your ratings so your corporate sponsors and owners will have more money, but that’s not media, that’s not reportage. It’s just fake news.”
Gorka’s disdainful approach to Fake News is his new specialty. With a crack media staff to provide him with facts, the Nielsen numbers are at his fingertips. Speaking to CNN’s Alisyn Camerota about Russian influence, he explained why their ratings are so bad: “The amount of time you spend in desperation on a topic that has plummeted you to 13th place in viewership ranking across America! More people watch Nick at Nite cartoons than CNN today.”
GORKA’S EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE ARE STELLAR
This writer had a hard time grasping how a man could have accomplished so much in just 46 years.
Gorka was born in 1970, in London, to Hungarian parents. His parents had fled from Hungary after the failed 1956 uprising. While at the University of London, Gorka joined the British Territorial Army. There, he served for three years in a volunteer interrogation unit with a NATO role specializing in Russian language support for Britain’s I Corps.
In 1992, Gorka moved to Hungary, where he worked for the Hungarian Ministry of Defense while studying for a master’s degree in international relations and diplomacy at the Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public Administration.
In 1997, he was a Partnership for Peace International research fellow at the NATO Defense College in Rome. Gorka was a Kokkalis Fellow at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University during the 1998–1999 academic year.
SEBASTIAN GORKA WORKED FOR TWO HUNGARY PRIME MINISTERS
After returning to Hungary, in 1998, Gorka served as an adviser to Prime Minister Viktor Orban. In 2002, he entered into the PhD in political science at Corvinus University, completing his dissertation in 2007.
Gorka also worked in the Hungarian Ministry of Defense during the prime ministership of Jozsef Antall.
In 2004, Gorka became an adjunct to the faculty of the new US initiative for the Program for Terrorism based in Germany. At the same time Gorka became an adjunct to USSOCOM’s Joint Special Operations University at MacDill Air Force Base.
He and his family relocated to the United States in 2008. Gorka is now a naturalized American citizen.
In 2014, Gorka assumed the privately endowed Major General Horner Distinguished Chair of Military Theory at the Marine Corps University Foundation. In 2016, he joined The Institute of World Politics, a private institution, on a full-time basis as Professor of Strategy and Irregular Warfare and Vice President for National Security Support. He is on the advisory board of the Council for Emerging National Security Affairs (CENSA).