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College-oriented far-right group Turning Point USA’s(TPUSA) AmericaFest is scheduled for this weekend, December 16-19, in Phoenix, Arizona. TPUSA and its national leader, Charlie Kirk, have long been aligned with the Trump camp. As such, the event gives a glimpse into the organization-level character of MAGA-world that we can expect in 2024.

Last year’s AmericaFest featured far-right sponsors like Gays Against Groomers and No Left  Turn in Education, hinting at a year of bigoted book bans and efforts to erase Black history. This year, the list of speakers and the over one hundred sponsors point to a swell of anti-choice and white dispossession MAGA-world activism ahead.

Former Trump Officials

One constituency with a strong presence at the TPUSA event includes former Trump campaign and administration officials, which makes this event reasonably representative of MAGA-world. Announced speakers include Donald Trump Jr. and Kimberly Guilfoyle, the former Trump adviser who once boasted about raising millions for the January 6, 2021, rally that preceded the insurrection.[1] Other prominent speakers include individuals who served in government under Donald Trump, including Steve Bannon, the far-right former member of Trump’s National Security Council; Michael Anton, a onetime spokesperson for Trump’s National Security Council; and previous Trump administration Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson.[2]

Another event sponsor is the anti-immigrant organization Border 911, headed by Tom Homan, a former Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement under Donald Trump.[3] Another sponsor, Look Ahead America, is run by Matt Braynard, director of data and strategy during the 2016 Trump campaign.

Older Generation Conservative and Christian Right Organizations

Some sponsors include older conservative and far-right organizations that have transitioned to MAGA-world and provided precursors to MAGA. For the first time, AmericaFest includes Tea Party Patriots Action as a sponsor–-the Tea Party movement providing the most direct mass-based far-right precursor to the MAGA mobilization.

Another old-guard conservative organization sponsoring the TPUSA event is the Heritage Foundation, notably its “Project 2025,” dubbed a “Presidential Transition Project.” The “government-in-waiting” project aims to provide a policy agenda, staffing, training, and a 180-day playbook for a hoped-for “conservative” administration. In addition to purging much of the federal government, the plan would reverse progress on racial equality, eviscerate LGBTQIA+ rights, limit reproductive freedom, impose draconian immigration rules, roll back climate action, harm public education, and curb human rights. Through its alignment with MAGA, the Heritage Foundation is arguably no longer a conservative organization. The project grew out of the organization’s “Mandate for Leadership,” which was embraced by the Trump administration.[4]

In an even older guard, the event sponsors include the late Moral Majority leader Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University and Christian right media mogul Pat Robertson’s Regent University.

Other old-guard organizations sponsoring the event are U.S. Term Limits and The Atlas Society, which boosts the “thinking” of libertarian Ayn Rand.

National Conservatives

Another camp present at the TPUSA event is National Conservatism. TPUSA’s relationship with this faction is close. In 2022, TPUSA’s Charlie Kirk signed onto “National Conservatism: A Statement of Principles,” a manifesto issued by the Edmund Burke Foundation.[5]

Several speakers at past National Conservative events hosted by the Edmund Burke Foundation are scheduled to speak at the TPUSA soiree. These include U.S. Senator Josh Hawley, Michael Anton of Hillsdale College, Seth Dillon of the Babylon Bee, racist former Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson, Yeonmi Park, and “anti-woke” activist Vivek Ramaswamy.[6] Former Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Issac, also appearing at AmericaFest, sat for an interview by Dave Rubin at the Burke Foundation’s 2021 National Conservatism Conference.[7]

National Conservatism refers to institutions and “intellectuals” who promote an openly nationalist re-making of the United States and European countries. As quickly emerges in look at the Burke manifesto, National Conservatism takes its place as a variant of Middle American Nationalism–a set of ideas descended from Middle American Radicalism (MAR), first described by sociologist Donald L. Warren in his 1976 book The Radical Center.[8] 

Warren found evidence of MAR ideology in segregationist George Wallace’s electoral campaigns. Warren defined this MAR ideology as individuals who viewed themselves squeezed from two directions: one, economic and from political elites whose influence and access to wealth favors give them an advantage; two, people of color and poor people.[9]

In Blood and Politics: The History of the White Nationalist Movement from the Margins to the Mainstream, IREHR founder Leonard Zeskind explored the transformation from Middle American Radicalism to the emergence of Middle American Nationalism, a nationalist ideology sharing the basic structure of Warren’s MARS. Today, variations on the Middle American Nationalist ideology can be seen in organizations and movements ranging from the Tea Party to far-right militias to racist groups like the Proud Boys to white nationalists.

On the threat from above, the National Conservative manifesto casts a danger from the peril of “liberal imperialism” as well as China and Russia. The group offers the “idea of the nation” as the “only universalist ideologies now seeking to impose a homogenizing, locality-destroying imperium over the entire globe.” Also, from above, the Burke Foundation castigates “trans-national corporations showing little loyalty to any nation [that] damage public life by censoring political speech, flooding the country with dangerous and addictive substances and pornography, and promoting obsessive, destructive personal habits.”

As a result of these and other forces, the manifesto declares that “We are citizens of Western nations who have watched with alarm as the traditional beliefs, institutions, and liberties underpinning life in the countries we love have been progressively undermined and overthrown.”

From below, the document also casts as a key threat “today’s penchant for uncontrolled and unassimilated immigration,” describing it as a “source of weakness and instability…threatening internal dissension and ultimately dissolution of the political community…We call for much more restrictive policies until these countries summon the wit to establish more balanced, productive, and assimilationist policies. Restrictive policies may sometimes include a moratorium on immigration.”

The National Conservative manifesto also offers up the “equal rights” framing that has dominated the long period of reactionary attacks on policies to address racial inequality, such as affirmative action, declaring, “We condemn the use of state and private institutions to discriminate and divide us against one another on the basis of race.”[10]

As for its nationalism, the Burke declaration promotes a decidedly Christian variety, proclaiming that,

“The Bible should be read as the first among the sources of a shared Western civilization in schools and universities, and as the rightful inheritance of believers and non-believers alike. Where a Christian majority exists, public life should be rooted in Christianity and its moral vision, which should be honored by the state and other institutions both public and private.”

In the context of this open Christian domination, “Jews and other religious minorities,” it continues, shall be protected in observing traditions, governing “their communal institutions” and “all matters pertaining to the rearing and education of their children” – but not, apparently, in the state. In keeping with a Christian nationalism, the Burke Foundation statement also declares that “The traditional family, built around a lifelong bond between a man and a woman, and on a lifelong bond between parents and children, is the foundation of all other achievements of our civilization.”

Authoritarian attacks on “immorality” and higher education are also part of the mix. While endorsing “a drastic reduction in the scope of the administrative state and the policy-making judiciary” and recommending “the federalist principle,” the document clarifies that “in those states or subdivisions in which law and justice have been manifestly corrupted, or in which lawlessness, immorality, and dissolution reign, national government must intervene energetically to restore order.”

This leaves National Conservatives to determine what amounts to “immorality” to be suppressed through an “energetic” state. Also on this front, the group advocates “large-scale public resources on scientific and technological research with military applications” and manufacturing. However, it describes,

“On the other hand, we recognize that most universities are at this point partisan and globalist in orientation and vehemently opposed to nationalist and conservative ideas. Such institutions do not deserve taxpayer support unless they rededicate themselves to the national interest.”[11]

Given the ubiquity of the “globalist” threat in the eyes of National Conservatism, this would undoubtedly amount to a wholesale assault on higher education.

Racism Denial and Dispossession Narratives

In the wake of the collapse of Jim Crow segregation and the decline of support for open, biological racism in the broader public, two approaches to reproducing white domination in government and society include (1) in the context of persistent racial inequality, denying that it exists and taking steps to end government efforts to address it; (2) crafting a white nationalism, or highly racialized nationalism, that privileges white people vis-à-vis the state.

One transition ideology that bridges the gap between the two is the myth of white dispossession. James Mitchell, an author of the National Conservative manifesto, offers a religion-couched version of this in his book American Awakening: Identity Politics and Other Afflictions of Our Time. For Mitchell, white heterosexual men have become the ultimate scapegoat that “identity politics offers up for sacrifice.” Mitchell writes,

“[W]hite heterosexual men – the current prime transgressor in the identity politics dystopian moral economy – must adopt every species of political madness offered up by identity politics or suffer social death.”[12]

Another dominant form of racist mobilization underway across the country is the attack on the myth of critical race theory, an academic field of study that looks foremost at the persistence of racism in American law. TPUSA speaker James Lindsay is a national leader in this effort. While Manhattan Institute figure Christopher Rufo has been the most publicized figure kicking off this effort, Rufo said of Lindsay,

“James is really the theory expert…And then I think I come in as a complement to what James is doing, really following his lead with the praxis or the practice, which is translating the theory into the realm of practical politics and then translating this kind of esoteric knowledge that school moms and school dads can use at school board meetings and hammer their school boards with.”[13]

It suffices to reject Linday’s “thinking” on the issue to note his argument that because W.E.B. Dubois referred to black and white “folk” in his book The Souls of Black Folks, his thinking and critical race theory, by extension, is akin to German volkisch nationalism. This nationalist and antisemitic cultural movement paved the way for the rise of the WWII-era German Nazis. Lindsay writes, I do not think Critical Race Theory can be understood without realizing it seeks to establish a racial Völkisch nationalism.”[14] 

Announced TPUSA speaker Pastor Rob McCoy of the Godspeeak Calvary Chapel of Thousand Oaks (California) also assails critical race theory as “a cancer.” McCoy achieved notoriety early during COVID denial mobilizations when he defied closure orders aimed to stem the spread of the disease.[15]

In an interview with WallBuilders, an outfit known for spinning dubious Christian nationalist takes on U.S. history, Rob McCoy said:

“So there’s an author’s His name is James Lindsay, and he wrote a book called Cynical Theory. And it’s an unbelievable academic work on dissecting critical race theory and critical theory that has permeated, this is a cancer that is infused itself in every vestige of American culture.”[16]

Christian Nationalism and the Christian Right

Another addition to the TPUSA event mix is sponsorship by older Christian right institutions, including Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University and Christian right media mogul Pat Robertson’s Regent University.

TPUSA speaker Christian Collins founded the Texas Youth Summit, a non-profit “dedicated to educating high school and college-age youth with Judeo-Christian and Conservative values.” Collins describes himself as a  consultant “specializing in public relations and strategic communication for political campaigns, non-profits, and businesses.[17]

The Texas Youth Summit’s mission is to “identify, educate, and train students to promote principles of fiscal responsibility, free market, limited government, American Exceptionalism, and the Judeo-Christian principles this country was founded upon.” Through the Summit, Collins, who claims to have gotten his political start working on U.S. Senator Ted Cruz’s campaign, built a relationship with TPUSA and the Trump camp, the group’s annual event featuring Charlie Kirk and Donald Trump Jr. in recent years.[18]

Demonstrating the contours of the group’s support,  sponsors of the Texas Youth Summit’s September 2023 conference included, among others, Michael Seifert’s Public Square, Texas Right to Life, Texans for Vaccine Choice, Texans for Strong Borders, TPUSA Faith and the Republicans for National Renewal.[19]

Anti-Choice Movement

Related to the Christian Right, another faction present at the TPUSA event includes anti-choice groups looking strategically at how to end abortion rights in the post-Roe v. Wade context. For the first time, there are six different explicitly anti-choice groups sponsoring AmericaFest in 2023. In the two previous years combined, there was only one.

One such group, a sponsor of the TPUSA event, is PreBorn! (Mission Pre-Born Inc.), which declares that “The overturning of Roe v. Wade was a victory for Life as national legislation no longer protects the killing of the most vulnerable.” In this context, PreBorn! observes that “abortion’s new address lives in the privacy of our own bathrooms, in our own homes. That is the future – an online battle delivered straight to a woman’s home.”[20]

The Indianapolis-based group advances its aims by supporting so-called Pregnancy Clinics and efforts intended to “reach women considering abortion” through “digital marketing strategies that are designed to connect with these women, offering them free ultrasounds and support, as well as providing Pregnancy Clinics with vital grants for state-of-the-art ultrasound machines, evangelism training, and additional resources.”[21] This group claims some 187 such clinics in its national networks, PreBorn! (Mission Pre-Born Inc)  reported more than $23 million in income on its 2021 IRS-1990 and claimed more than $24 million in 2022.[22]

Students for Life of America is also sponsoring the TPUSA event. The group provides $30,000 grants to “innovative organizations to partner with in embracing a Post-Roe America through collaboration on a culture-changing idea. This program is for existing pro-life organizations to receive sponsorship and resources to further the mission to abolish abortion in a way that impacts and shapes the pro-life movement.”[23]

Priests for Life, also sponsoring the event, works to “galvanize the clergy to preach, teach, and mobilize their people more effectively in the effort to end abortion and euthanasia.”[24]

The Far Right Gun Lobby and the NRA

The gun rights lobby is also present, including the sponsoring National Rifle Association (NRA)-affiliated Students for 2A. Another sponsor, however, stakes out positions to the right of the NRA and has a history of promoting armed militias. This is Gun Owners of America, the far-right group founded by Larry Pratt – who in his active leadership days was notorious as an early proponent of armed “citizen” militias and a willingness to rub elbows with neo-Nazis and Klan-types to advance the cause.

Media Outlets and Personalities

One feature that has become apparent is that the MAGA movement has built up a set of media institutions and relationships with social media figures, giving this mobilization independence from mainstream media and social media platforms to spread its message. This characteristic can allow the movement to continue past its association with Donald Trump.

One social media personality speaking at the TPUSA event is Allie Beth Stuckey, the podcast host of Relatable. Casting her show as one that “analyzes culture, news, and politics from a biblical (sic) perspective,” Stuckey makes clear that hers is a perspective rooted in anti-LGBTQIA+ bigotry. For instance, one recent show was titled “Did Satan Tell ‘Elliot’ Page to Transition?” and another, titled “How LGBTQ Became Our State Religion,” claimed to address “the rainbow brigade’s insistence on exposing children to sexuality early on and how this is the key to predation.”[25]

The Relatable podcast description also states that,

“We also discuss Ted Cruz tweeting out against Uganda’s new anti-homosexuality law (of all humanitarian issues to speak up about) and how he bought into the rainbow narrative.”[26]

The Uganda law, among other things, outlaws the “promotion of homosexuality,” imposes a life sentence for consensual same-sex acts and the death penalty for “aggravated homosexuality,” defined as including consensual same-sex acts with a disabled person, someone with a mental illness and that is “of an advanced age.”[27]

Like many on the TPUSA podium, Stuckey also lashes out at the myth of critical race theory. A 2020 Relatable episode declared, “Much of the Left’s insanity can be traced back to critical race theory.”[28]

Also slated to speak is Seth Dillon, CEO of the Babylon Bee, who refers to Black Lives Matter as a “terrorist organization” and declares that “Wokeness itself is anti-white.”[29] Dillon also spews the white dispossession narrative that “White men are the most maligned group and it’s not even close. And the trans community—far from marginalized—is unrivaled in cultural power.”[30] Deploying distorted ideas about African chattel slavery in the U.S. – a common feature of this movement – Dillon writes, “Leftists are intellectual slaveowners who become enraged whenever a black man or woman escapes and begins to think freely.”[31]

Dillon is also an anti-LGBTQIA+ bigot, deploying the “groomer” language that viciously accuses the LGBTQIA+ community of prepping children for pedophilia. In June, Dillon took this up in the context of assailing drag shows, writing, “We need a show called ‘To Catch a Groomer’ where cops organize fake “family-friendly” drag shows and then arrest all the parents who show up with their kids.”[32]

Other media outlets involved in the event include The College Fix, Elijah Streams, FlashPoint Army,, Patriot Post, O’Keefe Media Group, Winning Teams Publications,, and Blaze Media. Public Square, another organization, seeks to connect movement activists with like-minded businesses.

Election Denial and January 6 Insurrectionist Support

Other sponsors, such as Look Ahead America (LAA), have been active in election denial activism and organizing events supporting those arrested in connection to the January 6 insurrection – characteristics that often go hand-in-hand. In February 2022, for instance, LAA announced the launching of the “J6 Question Project,”

“We encourage all of our fellow Americans to ask candidates for Federal office the following question: What are you going to do about the patriots who are being politically persecuted for their participation in the January 6th Capitol Protest?… We invite supporters to submit those videos to us at so that we may publicize those videos and create an index of candidates answer to better inform the electorate.”[33]

The group’s press release continues, boasting, “For the last year, Look Ahead America has successfully held approximately seventy events across the country to raise the profile of the hundreds of Americans who have been politically persecuted.”[34]

Look Ahead America also demonstrates the oft-close relationship between support for January 6 insurrectionists and engagement in efforts to undermine the results of the 2020 election. For instance, LAA Executive Director Matt Braynard’s testimony in a related case in Georgia drew the following from Stephen Ansolabehere, the Frank G. Thompson Professor of Government at Harvard University in Cambridge and former Board of Overseers member of the American National Election Study, wrote,

“None of these claims meets scientific standards of my fields of research, including survey research, political science, statistics and data sciences. There is no scientific basis for drawing any inferences or conclusions from the data presented. None of the estimates are presented with statistical measures that meet standards for evaluating evidence.”[35]

Matt Braynard, director of data and strategy during the 2016 Trump campaign, also attended white nationalist Nick Fuente’s 2021 AFPAC II conference.

Another sponsor, The America Project, has also taken up the “election integrity clause,” spuriously sowing doubt about the 2020 election by proclaiming, “We believe the American public deserves to know the facts, whatever they ultimately are, about what took place in their local election during the 2020 elections.” The group also promotes a “Border Security” project and boasts a page on its website titled “Support for the J6 Prisoners.”[36]

Also speaking is election denier and pillow-peddler Mike Lindell.[37]

Educational Institutions

In addition to Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University and Pat Robertson’s Regent University, MAGA-world has built strong relations with other established educational institutions. For instance, one sponsor is the Hillsdale, Michigan, and Washington D.C.–based Hillsdale College.[38] Speaker Michael Anton is also a Lecturer in Politics and Research Fellow at Hillsdale College’s Kirby Center in Washington, DC.[39]

Other educational institutions sponsoring the event include Ashbrook, Reliance College, OptimaEd, and Grand Canyon University.


Another sponsor is Border 911, an organization headed by Tom Homan, a former Director of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement under Donald Trump.[40] In May 2022, Homan was a signatory to a letter issued by the anti-immigrant Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).

The letter announced the formation of a new anti-immigrant coalition. Described by FAIR as the “Strongest-Ever Assembled Coalition,” the letter cast its effort in nationalist and conspiracist terms, assailing the “Biden Administration’s purposeful dismantling of our nation’s borders and our immigration enforcement infrastructure,” including the “weaponization” of “loopholes in the immigration system” to “purposefully drive mass illegal immigration to the United States.” [41]

“On top of excluding amnesty of any kind,” the letter called for Congress to “Create an authority to immediately expel illegal aliens across the border;” “Substantially reform asylum system, including clarifying that an alien is ineligible for asylum in the U.S. if they traversed a safe third country;” and “Mandate full implementation of the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), otherwise known as Remain in Mexico,” among other things.[42]

Movement-Affiliated Businesses

More than 30 sponsors of the TPUSA event are movement-affiliated businesses. These include Fisher Capital, America First Pharmacy, Patriot Red Coffee, America’s Christian Credit Union, Christian Healthcare Ministries, Patriot Mobile, and MAGA Mall. Another is, unsurprisingly, the USA Trump Store.

Flirting with White Nationalists and Fascists

While MAGA, as reflected in the groups involved in the TPUSA event, is centered more in racism denial and attacks on efforts to educate about and counter racism in our society, we have also seen attendees pushing white dispossession narratives – a potential transition ideology toward white nationalism and further radicalization. Some have also shown a willingness to flirt with known white nationalists and insurrectionist groups. For instance, announced speakers include U.S. Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Georgia), notorious for promoting conspiracy theories and attending a conference put on by white nationalist Nick Fuentes. U.S. Representative Matt Gaetz was known for having Proud Boys perform security at an event.[43]

And we have seen that sponsors Look Ahead America and Gun Owners of America have had their brushes with white nationalist and hardcore racist groups.


This look at organizations involved in TPUSA’s upcoming conference offers a glimpse into the range of organizations that can reasonably be said to comprise the MAGA universe. As this demonstrates, with roots in a range of far-right and bigoted causes, media outlets, and associated businesses, MAGA has built out an infrastructure that, while presently devoted to Donald Trump, is positioned to continue the cause without him.


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[15] Kumar, Anugrah. ‘We’re standing in defense against gov’t overreach,’ Pastor Rob McCoy says after court ruling. Christian Post. August 24, 2020.

[16] Wallbuilders Live! Victory For Godspeak Calvary Chapel And More With Pastor Rob McCoy. April 19, 2021.

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[19] Texas Youth Summit. Events. Accessed December 6, 2023.

[20] PreBorn! Our Mission. Accessed December 5, 2023.

[21] PreBorn! Our Mission. Accessed December 5, 2023.

[22] PreBorn! 2022 Annual Report. file:///C:/Users/crorg/Downloads/2022-Annual-Report.pdf; MIssion Pre-Born Inc. IRS 990. 2021. ProPublica.

[23] Students for Life. The Post-Roe Generation Accelerator Program. Accessed December 5, 2023.

[24] Priests for Life. Who We Are. Accessed December 5, 2023.

[25] Allie Beth Stuckey.; Allie Beth Stuckey. The Relatable Podcast. Accessed December 6, 2023; Allie Beth Stuckey. The Relatable Podcast.  Ep 818 | How LGBTQ Became Our State Religion | Guest: Auron MacIntyre. June 7, 2023.

[26] Allie Beth Stuckey. The Relatable Podcast.  Ep 818 | How LGBTQ Became Our State Religion | Guest: Auron MacIntyre. June 7, 2023.

[27] The Republic of Uganda. The Anti-Homosexuality Act, 2023.  Parliament of the Republic of Uganda.

[28] Allie Beth Stuckey. The Relatable Podcast. Ep 327 | The Truth About Critical Race Theory. November 16, 2020.

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[30] Seth Dillon. Telegram. Deceber 13, 2021.

[31] Seth Dillon. Telegram. November 5, 2021.

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[33] Look Ahead America. Press Release: Look Ahead Launches J6 Question Project. February 24, 2022.

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[39] Hillsdale College. Michael Anton. Accessed December 12, 2023.

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Chuck Tanner

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Chuck Tanner is an Advisory Board member and researcher for the Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights. He lives in Washington State where he researches and works to counter white nationalism and the anti-Indian and other far right social movements.

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