Jerome Hudson, a longtime political analyst, has joined Breitbart News. Hudson will bring to Breitbart a fresh take on the news as it relates to race relations, politics, and popular culture.
“Jerome is a fresh, young, and insightful new voice that we are really happy to add to our site,” said Breitbart News President and CEO Larry Solov.
“It’s an immense honor to join Breitbart News,” Hudson said. “Breitbart is a massive megaphone that I intend to use to shout down the blare of false narratives about racial politics in America.”
“Jerome speaks to a new generation of the Breitbart audience,” Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon said. “He is a top investigative reporter, political analyst, and social commenter. Jerome is a great addition to our team.”
Breitbart News Editor-in-Chief Alexander Marlow commented, “Jerome is a smart, thoughtful young man. He comes to us from the Government Accountability Institute (GAI), the extremely sophisticated investigative research organization behind the New York Times bestseller Clinton Cash, among other influential projects.”
Hudson studied editing, writing, and media and political science at Florida State University.
He first received notoriety after the publication of his article “The Life of a Young Black Conservative,” which was picked up and featured in July 2009 as the top story on GlennBeck.com.
In addition to being a frequent radio and television guest, Jerome has been published nationally by Human Events the Daily Caller, the Atlanta Journal Constitution, among others and has been called a “rising star” by nationally syndicated talk show host Dennis Prager.
Jerome is also a member of Project 21, The National Leadership Network of Black Conservatives.