McCormack is a white nationalist activist. McCormack has been active in the far right for up to two decades. He was active in several anti immigration organisations, notably Australians Against Further Immigration. He went on to join One Nation, working within the Hanson Support Movement writing for the extreme right publication The Truth. He would later split from the ONP to join the more extreme Australia First Party, which he was an early leading figure of.
He refers to himself as the Australian version of Lord Haw Haw, a name given to British fascist activist and traitor William Joyce. McCormack also likes to describe himself as an independent researcher and critic of immigration. He is an active white nationalist intellectual that is in opposition to all forms of non-white immigration. He writes for the American far right publication The Social Contract.