Chadwick Moore is a journalist, public speaker, conservative political commentator, and cultural critic. He is the former Editor-at-Large of OUT magazine and The Advocate, and contributor to Playboy, the New York Post, and the New York Times. He previously worked in literary publishing in New York and London.
Since coming out as politically conservative in the New York Post in February 2017, he has been working in new media.
He is a regular contributor to Tucker Carlson Tonight on Fox News where he discusses current events. He's appeared on Fox & Friends and several other national radio and television networks, including CBC, HLN, NPR, and WABC, as well as new media outlets like InfoWars, The MILO Show, Get Off My Lawn with Gavin McInnes, The Blaze, After Hours with Bill Whittle, and many others.
Born in Tennessee, Chadwick lives in New York City and is writing his first book, a political memoir.
Investigative Journalism in 2019:
Join us as Chadwick speaks to ethical challenges in journalism and investigative reporting in the internet age.
Just one sentence into her sworn testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee regarding allegations of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford may have told a lie.
Chadwick has presented original research suggesting that Blasey Ford is not a licensed psychologist and may have committed perjury under California law by misrepresenting herself before the Committee on September 27th, 2018. The authorities at Stanford University also appeared to have noticed the blunder as they promptly edited Ford’s faculty page.