Nick Fuentes net worth is roughly around $100,000. Nick Fuentes is a famous American white supremacist and political commentator.
He is also a live streamer and a former YouTuber whose channel was suspended due to a violation of YouTube’s hate speech policy in February 2020.
In 2019, he collaborated with Patrick Casey to heckle Turning Point’s Culture War Tour including a speaking event for Donald Trump Jr.
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Likewise, Nick Fuentes was among a group of far-right activists who received a large number of donations in bitcoin from a French donor on December 8. He reportedly received the largest share of around 13.5 bitcoin.
In January 2021, he discussed killing the state legislators who were not accepting to overturn the results of the 2020 election. Nick recently attended the dinner meeting with Kanye West and Donald Trump. On Tuesday, November 29, Donald Trump told Fox News that the controversial meeting was uneventful.
Nick Fuentes Biography:
Nick Fuentes was born on August 18, 1998, in Illinois, United States.
Nick Fuentes spent his early days in La Grange Park and there he studied at Lyons Township High School. After that, he attended Boston University studying introductory international relations and politics. After completing his freshman year in 2017, he dropped out of the University.
Nick Fuentes reportedly left the University after receiving threats for attending the white supremacist, Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville. After that, he said that he would rather transfer to Auburn University.
But, he didn’t confirm his enrollment at University or continue his education.
Nick started commentating on politics in 2016 through a local radio and TV station which was hosted by his high school. In the local radio station, he supported mainstream conservative views.
In 2017, he hosted the episodic live stream titled America First with Nicholas J. Fuentes. In April 2017, he asserted that the First Amendment didn’t cover Muslim speech. He eventually left a job at the Ride Side Broadcasting Network in August 2017.
But, he claimed in February 2022 that the RSB CEO, Joe Seales fired him from the job. Thereafter, he started hosting the Nationalist Review podcast along with white nationalist, James Alsup. He co-hosted the podcast until January 2018.
In February 2021, he hosted his second annual AFPAC event along with conservative commentator, Michelle Malkin. In July 2021, he was removed from the Conservating Political Action Conference (CPAC) for harassing a journalist. Then, in February 2022, he hosted his third annual AFPAC event.
Nick has been involved in the 2021 United States Capitol attack. He was among the far-right individuals who took part in the rallies that eventually led up to the 2021 U. S. Capitol attack.
Fuentes also led the crown to chant Destroy the GOP in December 2020 which encouraged the crowd to sit out the U. S. Senate special runoff election in Georgia.