Saturday, July 21, 2018

Democrats Leaving Party in Droves After #WalkAway Movement Gains Momentum!

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Could this be the reason why the Democrats are leaving the Party? 

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The Political Epiphany of #WalkAway – The Democrats start to worry as their members #WalkAway
By Tim Bryce
July 20, 2018
I recently discovered there is only one thing Democrats hate worse than Republicans, specifically Democrats who have become fed up with the party and decided to #WalkAway. This is a movement consisting of former liberal Democrats who have deserted their party as they feel betrayed and lied to. How big is the movement? Nobody knows for sure, it’s too soon to tell as it is still in its embryonic stage, but the fact it even exists speaks volumes about how some Democrats are changing. Basically, #WalkAway is a hashtag campaign where former Dems post videos explaining why they left the party.
The movement appears to have been started by Brandon Straka of the Unsilent Minority in May 2018 who produced the first VIDEO explaining why he left the Democrats, which has since gone viral. The web site for the Unsilent Majority explains what they are all about:
“The Unsilent Majority’s goal is to expose the ongoing global attack on the truth. Using fact driven think pieces as a way to enlighten the uninformed, speak for those who cannot and spark rational debate.We are not affiliated with anything, but facts, science, logic, trends and what is truly best for our country, world and humanity as a whole.”
While the movement is certainly welcomed by Republicans, it has drawn the ire of Democrats. For example, after visiting a camera shop, Mr. Straka posted a message expressing the anger he faced; “I’m shaking right now. I just went into a camera store to buy a camera and a light and mic, etc. and they recognized me from tv. I was refused service because they said it was for ‘alt right’ purposes. That literally just happened.”
In addition to Brandon’s contribution, several videos have surfaced recently where former liberals express their rational for leaving the Democrats. Here is a small sampling:
There are many more available ON-LINE. Such videos though present a problem to Youtube! who appears to have liberal inclinations. As such, they have been closely monitoring the postings. In one, a woman told a story of how Eric Trump, the President’s son, made a generous donation to help her own son at a St. Jude hospital in Memphis, Tennessee. When she tweeted a message thanking him for his support, she was bombarded by several hate messages. So much so, she made a video explaining what happened along with her shock and disbelief by the reaction of the Democrats. I happened to watch the video in its entirety in the morning, but by the afternoon Youtube! had removed it claiming, “This video has been removed for violating YouTube’s policy on nudity or sexual content.” This is simply not true.
The Washington Post is skeptical about the popularity of the #WalkAway movement (naturally). Whether it is in the hundreds, thousands or millions is immaterial. The fact it exists at all reflects a growing dissatisfaction with the Democrats internally and compounds the party’s problems.
Minority groups, such as Hispanics, blacks, even gays, who are lawful citizens and believe in the rule of law are leaving. They claim to be tired of the violence, the nasty rhetoric, and the labeling of victimization, calling it a lie. Frankly, they are tired of being manipulated by fear, and the incessant programming. To illustrate, here are some typical comments found in #WalkAway:
I decided to break down and say this. Violence is not what I signed up for. Seeing others attacked with bricks, bats, locks.. etc, for thinking “different”. I did my research I won’t be manipulated and lied to anymore. I’m not a victim because of my color or gender. #WalkAway
Dr. Carol M. Swain
I left the Democratic Party because It no longer shared my values & principles. Its leaders used fear tactics to frighten & manipulate the electorate. It promised a lot & only delivered for the elites. It is now the party of Saul Alinsky. #WalkAway
CJ Pearson
Sorta wild that one party can simultaneously be the party of slavery, Jim Crow, segregation, and internment camps – all at once! The entire history of the Democratic Party is riddle with hate. If you’re a person of color and you think they care about us, think again!
Many of the writers and speakers have done their homework and are re-examining history and the merits of socialism versus capitalism. They have suddenly come to the realization of the untruthfulness of the main stream media, and the weaknesses of our education system which does a poor job in teaching government and history.
This may not be a massive movement, at least not yet, but it does suggest Democrats are growing dissatisfied with the message and tactics of the party. We began to see a movement away from the Democrats in the 2016 election. I personally met several people who transferred out simply because they felt like the party abandoned them. Now, with the #WalkAway program, it appears people have grown tired of the manipulation.
All of this means, the Democrats are on shaky ground going into the midterm elections. It’s bad enough the party is fighting internally for control, but if they now lose the bedrock foundation of their members, their story grows much worse other than losing in November. It may even mean the breakup of an old party that has either lost its way or was torn apart internally. Either way, the times are changing for the Democrats as we know them today. People are simply not buying it anymore.
Keep the Faith!
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Americans Declare They’re ‘Not Russian Bots’ After Smear Against #WalkAway Movement
By Jack Phillips
July 20, 2018
A Facebook screenshot shows a man who "walked away" from the Democratic party, saying he's not a Russian bot. (Facebook/screenshot)
A number of ordinary Americans this week have declared that they are “not a Russian bot” amid a smear campaign to cast the #WalkAway movement as an attempt from “Russian bots” to influence the 2018 midterm elections.
The #WalkAway movement, which saw Democrats posting videos saying they will “walk away” from the party, gained traction when Brandon Straka, who is its founder, posted a viral video. “Once upon a time, I was a liberal. Well, to be honest, less than a year ago, I was still a liberal,” he said in the video. “I reject a system which allows an ambitious, misinformed and dogmatic mob to suppress free speech, create false narratives, and apathetically steamroll over the truth.”
But after its popularity, a new narrative emerged: #WalkAway is now a Russian operation despite the numerous videos and photos uploaded online, accompanied by personal statements from people who say they reject the Democratic Party.
CNN opinion article claimed that Russia is using a “strategy” to promote the “#WalkAway hashtag.” The article says: “However, #WalkAway has also now been connected to Kremlin-linked Russian bots, and it is now the seventh most popular Russia-influenced hashtag as of this writing,” claiming that it’s propaganda and a “psychological operation.” The article attempts to cast the movement as anything but a grassroots one.
A Facebook group linked to the movement says it’s “a true grassroots movement” and “dedicated to sharing the stories of people who can no longer accept the current ideology of liberalism and what the Democratic Party has become. Some left long ago.”
But, “many of us,” it adds, “have recently been ‘red-pilled.'” In the movie “Matrix,” the red pill gives one the possibility of looking at reality as it is, not at a synthetic reality.
The CNN article, meanwhile, does not include any quotes, videos, or photos of the ordinary Americans who have “walked away” from the party, and it doesn’t make any mention of Straka or other prominent figures who have advocated for the movement.
In the #WalkAway Campaign Facebook group, a number of people refuted the “Russian bot” claim, posting photos or videos themselves.
“Native American tribal elder from Michigan. I walked away because I choose the kind road. I’m First Nation and positive I’m not a Russian bot. Lol. Blessings. Alicejo Shagikwe,” wrote one woman in the Facebook group.
A Facebook screenshot shows a woman who “walked away” saying she’s not a Russian bot. (Facebook/screenshot)
“I am so grateful to the founders of this #WalkAway Campaign, and all of the people who dared to come in here and share their reason and logic that prompted them to walkaway from the Democratic party. Many of the posts I see in here bravely highlight experiences about racism and bigotry in the Democratic party,” Ted Jotte wrote in the group, holding a sign: “Hey libs and all of you media propagandists. I am not a Russian bot.”
“I’ve been reading posts for at least a couple of days now – I guess I am supposed to tell you all that I am NOT a Russian ‘Bot’ (whatever that is),” wrote another man in the Facebook group.
Added a woman to the page: “Young, Black, And Conservative! Just Finished Shooting For Asia Branch’s New Show #SpeakOnIt. Thanks For Having Me. #NotARussianBot.”
Said another man: “To be honest, I’ve walked away from the democratic party for some time now. I’m mainly here to give my support. I might do a video later I’m not sure yet.”
“I am not a Russian robot nor am I a spy or anything of that nature. I am just a fun loving guy that appreciates courage and believe me it takes a lot of courage to become a conservative. Especially if you’re a minority. Black conservatives are constantly getting crap[ped] on. We are known as house [n-word], Uncle Tom, Coon, you name it. Little do people know none of that phases me. Always keep in mind everyone, people come and go regardless so you might as well do what makes YOU happy.”

Another woman held a sign saying she’s “not a Nazi” and “not a bot.”
#WalkAway Movement Gains Momentum as People Leave the Democrat Party in Droves
Cristina Laila
July 1, 2018
The  campaign began on Facebook after a handsome, gay hairdresser from New York posted a video last month explaining why he was walking away from the Democrat party.
Breitbart News reported:
According to an article last Thursday in the Epoch Times, some five million people on Facebook and YouTube have seen the groundbreaking video showing a “very handsome gay man” who describes his awakening to the inanities of liberalism and the Democratic Party.
“Once upon a time, I was a liberal. Well, to be honest, less than a year ago, I was still a liberal,” begins Brandon Straka, the unlikely face of the new “silent minority” of Americans.“I reject a system which allows an ambitious, misinformed and dogmatic mob to suppress free speech, create false narratives, and apathetically steamroll over the truth,” he says. “I reject hate.”“These are the reasons why I became a liberal. And these are the same reasons why I am now walking away.”Straka published his original #WalkAway video on May 26, and since then his life “has been overtaken by a tidal wave,” the Epoch Times reports.The movement has been especially successful because its spokespersons have not been the sort typically associated with conservativism. Young and old, black and white, men and women, gay and straight—the campaign seems to elude stereotypes and pigeonholing.
Here is the #WalkAway campaign explained:
Brandon Straka (The Unsilent Minority)
 Much more than a trending hashtag...The #WalkAway Campaign explained!
8:05 PM - Jun 30, 2018
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The campaign spread to Twitter like wildfire.
People, Americans, are sick and tired of the hatred, divisiveness, fake news, and violence from the left.
The left overplayed their hand, calling every Trump supporter a racist and a Nazi.
Nancy Pelosi defended MS-13 killers, Maxine Waters called for Trump officials to be harmed and harassed and Senator Gillibrand called for ICE to be abolished.
Enough is enough.

CJ Pearson
 The #WalkAway campaign is so incredibly important. Work like this has never been done before in the conservative movement.
Every single day, in every corner of America, black and brown Americans are opening their eyes.
In 2020 - Democrats will be hit harder than ever before.
6:57 PM - Jul 1, 2018
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Tanya Tay Posobiec 🇺🇸
 I was born in the Soviet Union and immigrated to America to find freedom and a better life. When I came they told me immigrants have to be Democrat, but they don’t stand for freedom. They want to tell you how to live. That’s why I #WalkAway
6:48 PM - Jul 1, 2018
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Ali Alexander
 The #WalkAway campaign is what everyone is talking about.
Well done, Free Thinker @usminority. Every individual has the duty to vet their own ideologies and dispositions and see where they land.
6:00 PM - Jul 1, 2018
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SB 🇺🇸
 I didn’t vote for Trump. I wasn’t sure he was right. But after seeing the vitriol from the left, and a recent incident where my close friends were called Nazis for supporting Trump when they’re they most accepting and loving people I know, I’m choosing to #WalkAway. For good.
5:52 AM - Jul 1, 2018
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🎙Wayne Dupree
 I left the Democrat Party in 2007. I was a Hillary supporter and I didn't like how the media basically labeled anyone a racist who didn't support Obama's policies, so I did my #WalkAway & haven't looked back since.
This is not a hashtag movement. This is the #RealDeal #RealTalk
8:38 PM - Jul 1, 2018
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Charlie Kirk
 Love this @RealCandaceO is leading the charge for the defection against the Democrats #WalkAway
7:07 PM - Jun 30, 2018
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Even James Woods is telling his Dem friends in Hollywood to #WalkAway
James Woods
 If you ever want to return to planet earth, my Democrat friends, just read this whole article and then... #WalkAway
James Woods
“Their (no gendered pronouns) partner has been left with a sense of guilt over what took place...” These are the people who teach our children and lecture us on morality. …
3:17 PM - Jul 1, 2018
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 I moved to California 30 years ago. I was registered democrat. After three decades of watching liberals destroy our state I decided to #WalkAway.
3:00 PM - Jul 1, 2018
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 My Mother was a Democrat and I was too. I volunteered for Clinton campaign, voted for Obama twice but then I started to realize that the things I really wanted for this country were not what the Democrats were offering #walkaway
3:41 PM - Jul 1, 2018
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lil Miss Tata
 I love the #walkaway movement.  I feel like finally I'm not the only one.  Im walking away from the Democrat party and all of the fake news, emotional manipulation, identity politics, hate and censorship that I see from the "Social Justice Warriors" on the Far Left.  #ByeFelicia
1:30 AM - Jun 30, 2018
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Of course Twitter tried to suppress the hashtag with their algorithms.
 Strange. “Impeach 45” has 60 tweets within the last hour, according to twitter, and yet it’s the number 4 trending topic. #WalkAway has 1500 tweets and it’s not mentioned.
Twitter is propaganda.
Meanwhile twitter is going to demand my phone # again because I’m a conservative
11:23 AM - Jul 1, 2018
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