Denise McAllister Bio, Age, Husband, Children, The Federalist, PJ Media, The View, Meghan McCain, You Were At My Wedding Denise


Denise McAllister Biography

Denise McAllister is an American Columnist, Political Commentator, Activist, Journalist, Author, Media Personality, and Speaker born on 9th November 1966 in Charlotte, North Carolina. She has written for The Federalist, PJ Media, The Daily Wire and has been a guest on The Fox News, Sean Hannity Show among others.

Denise McAllister Age

52 years old as of 2018; she was born on 9th November 1966.

Denise McAllister Height

Denise stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches tall.

Denise McAllister Husband

Denise is married to Michael McAllister although fewer details about him are available although Denise mentions him on her tweets.

She also claimed that she was hired by The Federalist for condemning a man who criticised her heterosexual relationship.

Denise McAllister Children

Denise is a mother although its not clear how many children she has.

Denise McAllister Net worth

Denise has an estimated net worth of $450, 000 US dollars.

Denise McAllister Salary

Denise monthly income is estimated to be $ 37,000

Denise McAllister PJ Media

Denise a contributor for PJ Media. According to her bio on, she is a cultural and political commentator based in Charlotte, NC. Her writing can be found at several outlets, including The Federalist, Real Clear Politics, and Hot Air. She has also been a guest on Fox News, Sean Hannity Radio, CNN, Newsmax TV, NPR, BBC Radio, and many other radio programs across the nation.

Denise McAllister Tweets

On 25th March 2018, Denise tweeted “Can someone explain to me the purpose of The View? It seems to me to be a roundtable of delusional mental midgets ricocheting ignorance and lack of emotional regulation.” The tweet included a link to an article on

You Were At My Wedding Denise

After Denise tweeted asking what was the importance of ‘The View’ Meghan McCain who is a co-host on The View replied to her simply ‘You were at my wedding Denise’

To which Denice replied to her saying the photo on the story, which was Meghan’s, made it look like it was personally directed to Meghan but her comment ‘ was directed at The View and the mental midgets who surround you. I don’t even know how you do it daily and my hat is off to you for standing strong in the midst of crazy.’

Denise McAllister Fired

Denise McAllister The Federalist

Denise was a senior contributor to The Federalist but was fired on 31st March 2019 after she was found guilty of posting homophobic comments against Yashar Ali about his gay sexuality.

Ben Domenech, who is the publisher and founder of The Federalist and Meghan McCain husband, said that McAllister had written for the Federalist on a freelance basis and that the feedback he had received from the public and other writers in response to her tweets played a role in his decision to fire her.

She took to Twitter to defend herself saying that she was fired for criticizing a gay man who mocked her heterosexual relationship.

Denise McAllister Ben Shapiro

Denise worked at The Daily Wire which is edited by Ben Shapiro but she was fired after her homophobic tweet towards Yashar Ali. In a now-deleted tweet she wrote:

“The minute Ben Shapiro DMed me that I was no longer welcome bc I had criticized a gay man the way I did despite the times I’ve been threatened for standing for conservative principles, the right of women to vote contrary to the feminist herd, and support of masculinity, I quit.”

Denise McAllister Fox

Denise has been a guest on Fox News.

Denise McAllister Anti-abortion

Denise is an anti-abortion activist and pro-life speaker. She had an abortion in 1999 as at the time her first husband divorced her and was financially unstable. After the abortion, she decided to become pro-life.

She also almost aborted her 3rd child from her longtime boyfriend due to financial instability but she decided to keep the pregnancy as she realised her mistake and felt as if she was killing her own daughter.

In 2014 she wrote an article about her early struggle and abortion experience. During an interview, she thanked the church and the local community who helped her to raise her daughter.

In September 2019 she condemned abortion in a tweet saying, “At the root of abortion hysteria is women’s unhinged desire for irresponsible sex. Sex is their god. Abortion is their sacrament. It’s abhorrent as women have flung themselves from the heights of being the world’s civilized force to the muck and mire of dehumanizing depravity.”

This prompted her to receive death threats against her life. She told JP Media that the threats were outside Twitter stating they know where she lives. The threats were about rape and strangling.

“They are threats outside of Twitter, stating they know where I live. Threats of rape and strangling. I spoke to the police. I am on home watch. My children are very frightened.”

She also tweeted: “I am facing legit death & rape threats because I have dared to call out women who are hysterical about abortion and to challenge them to be responsible and not to elevate sex to the point that they’re willing to kill human life to avoid their responsibilities. How sick is that?”

She also tweeted that she had to keep off social media until the situation was resolved and that the police put her phone on police watch.

Denise McAllister Book

Denise wrote the book “A Burning and Shining Light” which is based on the life of David Brainerd. She is also the co-author of “Spygate: The Attempted Sabotage of Donald J. Trump”.

Denise McAllister UNC

Denise claimed in a tweet on 27th September 2018 that she was raped while she attended UNC Chapel Hill.

This was a result of Judge Brett Kavanaugh sexual assault accuser Christine Ford. Denise claimed that the two were classmates at UNC and they both graduated in 1988. She also claimed that they parted at Trolls, drank at ‘He’s Not Here’ and hooked up with guys at Henderson Street.

Denise McAllister Catwoman

On 22nd February 2018 after the success of the film ‘Black Panther’ Denise tweeted questioning why Michelle Obama didn’t comment about Catwoman when it was released years ago after Michelle said it was about time black kids had their own Superhero.

One of the Catwoman writer John Rogers took to Twitter to answer Denise saying she should feel ashamed and that the movie was ‘Shit’ with zero cultural relevance either in front of or behind the camera.

Denise McAllister Twitter

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