Owens, a spokesperson for Turning Points USA, was mentioned in the New Zealand mosque gunman’s manifesto.
He was widely criticized after tweeting “Anti-semitism is a right-wing force.”
Owens had said that Hitler would have been “fine” if he stayed in Germany.
The uproar over Omar’s anti-Semitic tweet led to the usual hand-wringing about anti-Semitism on the left, erasing anti-Semitic comments on the right.
“Together we will work to protect Israel, to increase its security and to enact truly right-wing policies,” she said.
“There is a war for your mind. A war to make you docile. A war to make you a sheep.”
“Trump’s not going anywhere,” a right-wing preacher said. “He’s a Cyrus.”
Its programs, pure right-wing advocacy, might infuriate the left — but they are always fascinating and provocative.
Yiannopoulos’ book will be printed by right-wing Regnery Publishing, after he lost a first deal following the release of comments on pedophilia.
A new flock of far-right figures is making inroads into Trump’s White House, where Stephen Bannon, ex-Brietbart head, is one of his top aides.