Despite that he's been written about as "articulate, charming, and at ease in front of the public, as well as in television and radio studios", he really is a very dangerous person. He First attended a private school called Briarcrest Christian School in Memphis before getting transferred into a Christian-nationalist homeschooling program during the 9th grade to which he puts his decision at which he claimed had led him into political activism. Too bad it's far-right politics. He got started in the political arena when he volunteered for Pat Buchanan's presidential campaign in 2000 and two years later in 2002, he ran very unsuccessfully for the Tennessee House of Representatives. It was also during that campaign that he met a fellow activist Austin Farley who had been on the ballot against him. Then in 2004, he expanded his racist platform on Stormfront, a White-supremacist website and used the screen name under "ElectEdwards," and in October late that year, he and Farley teamed up to establish the far-right radio show called "The Political Cesspool." He speaks at many far-right political events.
In 2010, he became involved with a new third party called the American Third Position Party and it advocates White Nationalism and a form of economic nationalism known as the
Third Reich Third Position. During that same year, he self-published a screed of a book titled "Racism, Schmacism: How Liberals use the "R" Word to Push the Obama Agenda."