About David Brock
David Brock was born on July 23, 1962, in New Jersey, United States of America.
David Brock is a writer, journalist, and political consultant from America. He is also a commentator and the founder of a media watchdog group.
David Brock is the founder of the nonprofit organization Media Matters for America and also founded PACs such as Correct the Record and American Bridge 21st Century. The American news magazine 'Time' has described him as one of the operatives who have the most influence in the Democratic Party. Brock is a board member of Priorities USA Action. He also has been the chairman of CREW (Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington). David Brock is the author of the books 'The Real Anita Hill' and 'The Seduction of Hillary Rodham'.
David Brock Net Worth, Earnings & Spending Habits
What is David Brock’s net worth?
David Brock's net worth is estimated to be around $1.5 million.
How much does David Brock earn per year?
The annual earnings of David Brock are yet to be estimated.
Height, Age & Physical Attributes
How tall is David Brock?
The height of David Brock is not yet known.
How old is David Brock?
David Brock will turn 60 in 2022 as he was born in July 1962.
Childhood And Education
David Brock was born on July 23, 1962, in Hackensack, New Jersey, in the United States. He was adopted by Raymond Brock and Dorothea Brock. He also has a sister named Regina Brock. He used to go to Our Lady of the Assumption School but was later enrolled in the Paramus Catholic High School. Later, Brock's family relocated to Texas, where he was enrolled in the Newman Smith High School. He worked as an editor for the newspaper of his school. He graduated from the University of California, located in Berkeley, with a bachelor's degree in history.
Family, Romance And Relationships
Who is David Brock dating?
David Brock was in a relationship with William Grey. Unfortunately, their relationship ended in a bitter manner. In early 2011, William Grey sued Brock, but in a couple of months, Brock also sued William Grey. The matter was settled towards the end of 2011.
Career And Professional Highlights
Best Known For…
Brock started his career as a reporter in the '90s. In Berkeley, David contributed to an op-ed called 'Combating Those Campus Marxists'. This caught the attention of the editor of a newspaper 'The Washington Times', John Podhoretz. John hired David as the writer of the magazine 'Insight On The News'. In 1992, in an article in 'The American Spectator', David challenged Anita Hill for her claims that Clarence Thomas harassed her. The following year, Brock wrote a book, 'The Real Anita Hill'. This book became a best seller, but it was conflicted by Jane Meyer, a 'The New Yorker' reporter.
In 1994, Brock, in 'The American Spectator', said something about the time when Bill Clinton was Arkansas' governor. This caused a lot of political controversies.
After the massive success of the book 'The Real Anita Hill', Brock was paid to write about Hillary Clinton in a book. This, however, took a turn as Brock wrote a book called 'The Seduction Of Hillary Rodham'. This book supported Hillary Clinton instead of taking her down.
Brock was said to be in line with conservative politics in 'The Nation', but in 'National Review', it was described that Brock had switched sides.
What awards has David Brock won?
David Brock was awarded by Joseph Farah's Western Journalism Center. Besides this, no information about the awards won by David Brock has been revealed yet.
Other Interesting David Brock Facts And Trivia
- David Brock has said that he did not like the culture of leftism in his college, which made him go toward the political right.
- He was earlier a supporter of conservative politics but later switched loyalties to the Democratic Party.
- In 2017, David suffered a heart attack while he was in the middle of his work.
- David Brock completed his education from the University of California, Berkeley, where he worked on a campus newspaper called 'The Daily Californian'.
- He moved to Washington DC in order to work with 'The Washington Times'.
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