Fed Up Democrats are Abandoning their Party in Massive Numbers

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There’s a no-longer-silent counter-counter revolution going on in America and its called #WalkAway. As the Democratic party fragments into staunch Trump presidency deniers, fiercely loyal Clinton supporters, and ultra left-wing progressives, many within the party are beginning to realize that having Donald Trump for president isn’t so bad.

The #WalkAway movement is epitomized by a young hairstylist from New York who identifies himself as a gay former liberal who has had enough of the Democratic Party. Brandon Straka’s simple video was first unnoticed a few weeks ago but has gone viral with over 5 million followers on Facebook and Twitter. Now there are hundreds of others posting and tweeting their own decision to just #WalkAway.

Liberal news sources like The Washington Post have been quick to try and label the whole thing a Republican-driven hoax. The Post reacted with this:

“There’s little actual evidence to suggest that #WalkAway represents a mass conversion of millions — or even thousands — of Democrats to the Trump Train since Straka’s video. Instead, the #WalkAway hashtag is going Conservative Internet viral on the same hope driving recent pro-Trump support of Kanye West: that the country is on the verge of a mass conversion to conservative thought, a Great Awakening of sorts …”

The Post goes on to accuse what it calls the “pro-Trump Internet” of being expert at swaying popular opinion. It then valiantly perpetuates its own myth that a Blue Wave in the 2018 midterms is inevitable.

Watch the video to learn more about how a movement to just #WalkAway is very real.

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1 thought on “Fed Up Democrats are Abandoning their Party in Massive Numbers

  1. Hopefully, there will be other “minorities” comprehending what the liberals are trying to do. We, so-called conservatives = Republicans, are unlike anything we are portrayed as, namely “racists and gay haters”. My husband and I were in a circle of friends in the late 70s, 80s and early 90s, that consisted of mostly gay men and a handful of heterosexual couples. We loved them and they loved us. They were great business men with beautifully decorated homes, lots of art and culture – some of us had season tickets to the opera – and we had the best parties and gatherings one could have. To our chagrin, most of them have left this earth some much too early and, we greatly miss them. We, most of the couples, were definitely Republicans, yet we did not let politics get in the way. I am so glad to hear you speak Brandon Strata! You are a brave man and don’t let these totally out of touch liberals/Democrats get in your way. #WalkAway

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