Jordan Chariton Bio, Age, Tyt, Chelsea Lyons, Book and Twitter

Jordan Chariton Biography

Jordan Chariton is an American investigative reporter who was born on September 20, 1986, Long Island, New York, USA. He formerly worked for the digital news network The Young Turks.

Until he was fired in 2017, amidst allegations from the network he immediately denied, Chariton was best known for his journalism career at The Young Turks. The Young Turks later revised their initial public statements on January 12, 2018, following an undisclosed legal agreement, saying, “TYT & Jordan Chariton have reached a mutual settlement. While Jordan and I had disagreements while he was working for TYT, we never said or meant to infer, that he “stole” anything from us. This chapter is now closed.”

Chariton issued an update and explained his plans for future reporting in his first public appearance afterward. He announced his plans to start an independent media outlet called Status Coup on April 13th, 2018 on The Jimmy Dore Show.

Jordan Chariton Age

Chariton was born on September 20, 1986, Long Island, New York, and graduated from the University of Tampa in 2008. He is 33 years old in 2019.

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Jordan Chariton Tyt

Chariton parted from The Young Turks on November 17, 2017, days after he was accused of misconduct in a contributor HuffPost blog post by Christian Chiakulas, which was quickly removed by the platform. Host Cenk Uygur alleged, in an online broadcast on November 22, 2017, that Chariton had misused company resources in promoting his former non-profit, Truth Against the Machine.

Jordan Chariton published a defense of himself declaring innocence of all allegations, and intent to pursue litigation. On January 12, 2018, The Young Turks later revised their initial public statement saying in part, “we never said, or meant to infer, that he ‘stole’ anything from us. This chapter is now closed.”

Chiakulas also later apologized for the way he used private information without permission in an earlier post in an additional post on HuffPost. HuffPost fully removed their contributor blogging platform on January 18, 2018, due to misuse and unverifiable postings.

Jordan Chariton Chelsea Lyons

The Young Turks abruptly cut ties with reporter Jordan Chariton, after initially placing him on administrative leave following allegations of sexual assault. He was accused last week of sexual assault by Carly Hammond, a former employee at Truth Against the Machine, an organization he founded in addition to his work with the Young Turks.

Chicago activist Christian Chiakulas first shared the allegations in a piece posted to HuffPost’s contributor’s section, a platform for self-publishing. HuffPost later took the piece down, according to Chiakulas. These allegations prompted Truth Against the Machine correspondent Chelsea Lyons to take to Facebook Live to support Chariton’s version of events.

Jordan Chariton Book

In his book, Corporate Con Job: How The Mainstream Media Aids the Oligarchy, Chariton reveals his never-before-told, behind-the-scenes experiences as a journalist covering historic movements like the Bernie Sanders campaign, Standing Rock, Flint, the corruption at the 2016 Dem Convention, the widespread voter suppression during the 2016 presidential primaries, the Disappearing Middle Class, and more.

He names the characters by name, reveals what drives him, and opens up about his very human ups and downs along the way. Chariton releases the chapters as he writes them, and this Patreon is set up so the reader can support him ‘per creation’ (per chapter).

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