National Review’s Jonah Goldberg Calls Sebastian Gorka a ‘Bullsh*t Poseur’ Over NFL Commentary


Sebastian Gorka‘s story is only possible in Trump’s America: the Hungarian pseudo-academic parlayed a dubious Ph.D. from a university no one has ever heard of in Budapest into a big job at the White House.

But he didn’t last long. Gorka was forced out of his White House job (presumably) as soon as chief of staff John Kelly realized he was on the payroll, and now spends his time on the Fox News airwaves hailing the president’s latest foreign policy move.

As the laws of punditry require, Gorka sometimes has comment on things outside of his field of expertise. Today, he weighed in on Trump’s favorite topic, NFL players kneeling for the national anthem.

Gorka took issue with National Review senior editor Jonah Goldberg‘s criticism of the president’s anti-Eagles spectacle, which Goldberg laid out in a tweet:

Gorka responded, accusing Goldberg of being a RINO for his unpatriotic rhetoric:

(Gorka, ever the big boy, has blocked the author on Twitter so this tweet was obtained thanks to a trusted colleague.)

Goldberg did not let the slight go unanswered, accurately dubbing our Hungarian antagonist a “bullshit poseur”:

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