About National File
National File is a bold new media project, founded in August of 2019, focused on hard news regarding cultural movements, political issues, the tech industry, and other topics pertaining to the New Right.
Our team includes distinguished journalists with previous experience at Breitbart, The Daily Caller, Big League Politics, Free Beacon, and The Washington Times.
All articles published by National File are true and factual. Our publication generally reports hard news. Any opinion journalism is categorized under our opinion section. If you would like to submit a request for a correction or retraction, please visit this page.
National File receives its funding by selling advertisements on the National File website, using top industry ad networks, by direct sales of our ads, and from email newsletters. National File is owned by Flyover Media, L.L.C, whose principal is Tom Pappert, Editor-in-Chief of National File.
If you are interested in working with National File or having your work published by National File, please contact us at [email protected] with an updated CV.
National File Editorial Team
Tom Pappert – Tom Pappert, National File’s Editor-in-Chief gained his interest in politics and political journalism as a teenager during the Republican primaries in 2011 as a supporter of Dr. Ron Paul. In 2015, Pappert began a viral Facebook page supporting President Donald Trump.
By 2020, his Facebook page had been deleted and reinstated by the platform six times. This led Pappert to begin writing for various publications in 2018, tracking the moves made by big tech platforms. Prior to launching National File, Pappert’s work has been featured in Breitbart, Big League Politics, and Infowars.
Patrick Howley – Patrick Howley, National File’s Senior Reporter, is a veteran journalist who, since beginning his career, exposed the V.A. scandal, Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam’s blackface yearbook photo, and now at National File, North Carolina Democrat Senate Candidate Cal Cunningham’s potentially illegal affair.
Gabriel Keane – Gabriel Keane is a social media critic best known for viral content, and a reporter who began working in political news in 2017. Earlier in life, Keane gained an interest in social commentary through listening to talk radio. Keane’s work has been featured on Infowars, and covered by The Alex Jones Show.
National File Reporters
Lionel Du Cain, Reporter (Twitter: @OrwellNGoode)
Jack Hadfield, Reporter (Twitter: @JackHadders)
Kim Coulter, Reporter (Twitter: @CoulterCulture)
Frankie Stockes, Reporter (Twitter: @Stockes76)
A.J. Cooke, Reporter (Twitter: @AJCooke1776)
Frank Salvato, Reporter
Andrew White, Reporter
Eduardo Rivero, Reporter