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Lara Trump to Headline #Walk-a-Con Nov 10-12th 2023 hosted by Brandon Straka #WalkAway Campaign Founder.
The New Republic
The once-staid conservative conference now terrorizes its attendees with the notion that they will soon have no choice but to fight a war for Trump's vision of America.
After a 16-month hiatus due to a series of setbacks, Brandon Straka is restarting the #WalkAway campaign, a movement he launched in 2018 to encourage former fellow liberals to #WalkAway from the Democratic Party.
The Washington Times
The “Walk Away” movement has been flushed down an Orwellian “Memory Hole” at Facebook.
The Washington Examiner
Conservative activist Brandon Straka announced that Facebook has removed his page with over half a million followers and also banned members of his team.
In a political climate where Americans are more divided than ever and their beliefs are more deeply entrenched, people can still make dramatic mindset shifts.
The Washington Times
Brandon Straka has inverted the modern liberal political approach. Instead of goading people to march toward some glorious, never quite obtainable dream, he urges them to walk in the opposite direction.
WASHINGTON — The streets of downtown D.C. echoed with chants Saturday as protesters from across the country set their sights on the nation’s capital.
Norfolk Daily News
Brandon Straka, who grew up in O’Neill, began the #WalkAway campaign, a movement in which he and others share why they have left the Democratic Party and abandoned liberal ideology, he said.
Dallas Morning News
Next Generation Action Network’s Dominique Alexander was arrested on outstanding warrants after he was involved in a brief “disturbance” at the conservative gathering.
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Conservatives and liberals faced off today during a protest at the Golden Gate Bridge.
The #WalkAway campaign, a self-described grassroots movement aimed at "walking away" from "social discord" and identity politics, is hosting a march and rally in Chicago on Friday.
Beverly Hills Courier
Hundreds of supporters of President Donald Trump marched into Beverly Hills on Aug. 8 for a rally organized by the #WalkAway campaign, a group that encourages Democrats and unaffiliated liberals to defect to the Republican Party.
BEVERLY HILLS—Hundreds of Trump supporters marched from West Hollywood to Beverly Hills on Saturday, August 8, for #WalkAway protest against the Democratic Party.
A white, gay part-time hairdresser and struggling actor in West Hollywood? Where’s the news in that? Well, this white, gay part-time hairdresser and struggling actor is Brandon Straka, who will be leading the #WalkAway march in West Hollywood.
Nearly 300 people rallied in West Hollywood around noon today to begin a #WalkAwayprotest against the Democratic Party.
#WalkAway Campaign founder Brandon Straka tells 'Fox & Friends' that over 70,000 new members have joined the grassroots movement in one month.
Viral airline incidents follow a familiar pattern. A passenger tweets a photo or story about some form of mistreatment, tags the airline, shames a flight attendant or fellow traveler, then vows to never fly using the carrier again.
Famed character actor Robert Davi approves. So does comedienne Roseanne Barr, her fellow actor Kristy Swanson and patriotic analyst Allen West.
The Atlanta Journal Constitution
What does Brandon Straka, a white, gay part-time hairdresser and struggling actor representing a controversial viral movement, have to say to convince black people to abandon the Democratic Party in favor of the GOP?
Singer Joy Villa and #WalkAway Campaign founder Brandon Straka joined FOX Business’ “Mornings with Maria” on Monday to discuss the movement that urges voters to “walk away” from the Democratic Party. However, the two may not match the definition of what some would call a "quintessential conservative."
New York Post
Pride — with its messages of love, acceptance and self-expression — is a sham, according to conservative gay rights activist Brandon Straka.
Nearly a year after a gay freelance hairstylist living in Harlem posted a Facebook video repudiating the Democratic Party, Brandon Straka found himself in Trump Tower on Thursday speaking with Lara Trump, the president’s daughter-in-law and a senior campaign adviser.
Brandon Straka, is the founder of the #WalkAway Campaign. The #WalkAway Campaign is a true grassroots movement, founded by former liberal, Brandon Straka, dedicated to providing a place to share #WalkAway testimonials and personal journeys to freedom.
Los Angeles Magazine
Isaiah Washington, Jesse Lee Peterson, and others joined founder Brandon Straka for a sparsely attended documentary screening in downtown L.A.
New York Post
Political correctness prompted the LGBT Center of New York City to refuse to host a panel discussion on why so many gays and lesbians support Democrats, claims a gay supporter of President Trump.
The Center announced they cancelled the March 28 #WalkAway event in a statement issued Friday afternoon. In the statement, the Center says that it "strongly" opposes censorship, but that it does have the right to cancel any event that "promotes discriminatory speech or bigotry."
The founder of the #WalkAway Campaign, a movement showcasing stories of why Americans walk away from leftist ideology and the Democratic Party, says he is pleased with an organized march last weekend in the nation’s capital and plans to take the idea on the road.
New York Post
Furious former Democrats — fed up at the party’s leftward lurch — are banding together in protest under the banner of the #Walkaway movement.
Brandon Straka is taking his #WalkAway from the Democrat Party campaign to the streets of the nation’s capital with a rally expected to draw hundreds of former leftists and #WalkWith conservatives who support them Saturday at Freedom Plaza.
Brandon Straka became a conservative-media darling after posting a video about "walking away" from the left.
On Nov. 8, 2016, Donald Trump was elected as the 45th President of the United States — and Brandon Straka, a gay man and artist living in New York City, posted a video of his reaction to Facebook.
The #WalkAway movement that began in May with hairstylist Brandon Straka explaining why he was leaving the Democratic Party has sprung into a national force, with tens of thousands of reformed, former Dems taking to social media to explain why they, too, think liberalism has gone off the deep end and why they, too, have turned the corner toward conservatism — or at least, toward free thought.
Brandon Straka’s song urging Dems to ‘#WalkAway’ from their party transformed him from a struggling artist to a Fox News sensation. He also got a little help from bots.
Real Clear Politics
Brandon Straka says that less than a year ago, he was a liberal. He explains why he changed his mind in this "viral video" encouraging other progressives to "walk away" from the remains of the Democratic Party.
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