Guy Pelham Benson is an American columnist, political analyst, and political pundit. He was born on March 7, 1985. He writes for Fox News and is the political editor of Townhall.com. He also hosts a good talk radio show. During the spring 2021 school year, Benson worked as a Fellow at the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service.
Born in Saudi Arabia, Benson spent much of his life abroad. He then grew up in Ridgewood, New Jersey, where he attended middle and high school. In high school, he was known for talking about sports on local TV. Benson worked as a Fellow at the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service during the spring of 2021.
Is Guy Benson Married?
Yes, Guy Bensen is married to Adam Wise, the man he has been dating for a long time. Guy Benson and Adam Wise married at the Charles Krug Winery in Napa Valley, California, in front of 150 close friends and family members in September 2019.
The couple wore similar grey J.Crew suits with ties in the colours of their colleges: Benson wore lavender to represent Northwestern, and Wise wore sage green to represent Colorado State.
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Is Guy Benson G@y?
Yes, Guy Benson is g@y, and he is happy to be married to Adam Wise, his husband. Guy Benson came out as g@y in May 2015. He told everyone the following footnote would be in his new book, End of Discussion. “Hey, dude. So, I’m g@y.”
Guy Benson Recent tweet:
It’s pride month, which means it’s time for a lot of noise — from corporate posturing to culture warriors’ endless competing grievances (sometimes they have a point, on both “sides”). There are any number of things ‘Pride’ *doesn’t* mean to me — but here’s what it does:
— Guy Benson (@guypbenson) June 1, 2023
Here we have his interview video below:
Guy Benson Career:
He is a regular guest host on the nationally broadcast radio show Hugh Hewitt and helps out with NPR’s All Things Considered. The guy is a frequent speaker at events all over the country. In 2015, Forbes magazine put him on its list of the 30 under 30 in law and politics.
The Huffington Post named Guy among the 25 top millennial news and political presenters in the United States in 2017. In the same year, he was given the Lee Atwater Outstanding Young Conservative Award by the College Republican National Committee.
Guy was a Media Fellow at the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and a Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Politics at Harvard University. Guy’s journalism and political resume includes internships at the White House during President George W. Bush’s second term.