Sebastian Gorka Calls Forward Expose ‘Hatchet Job’ — But Won’t Condemn Nazi Allies
Sebastian Gorka, the controversial White House aide accused of vowing allegiance to a Nazi-allied group in Hungary, lashed out Sunday at revelations in a Forward expose about his far right wing ties as a “hatchet job.”
“First I am an Islamophobe, then I’m an anti-Semite, then I am a fascist,” Gorka told The Telegraph, listing three allegations the Forward did not make. “Next I am going to be a Martian.”
“It’s disgusting. It’s all bogus,” Gorka added to the paper. “This is a hatchet job.”
Gorka, whose parents are Hungarian, spent several years working with far right wing politics there. He is accused of being a sworn member of the Vitézi Rend, a Hungarian organisation that the U.S. government designated as “under Nazi control” during World War II.
Three top officials of the group told the Forward that Gorka was a sworn member. He also wore the group’s medal that it awarded to his father and often used the ‘v’ that is symbolic of the group in titles.
Gorka denies being an official member of the group and calls the stories part of a conspiracy to bring down President Trump.
Yet he refuses to condemn the far right Hungarian regime that collaborated with the Nazis or the organizations that supported it.
This story "Sebastian Gorka Calls Forward Expose ‘Hatchet Job’ — But Won’t Condemn Nazi Allies" was written by Dave Goldiner.