#WalkAway Releases Updated Video One Year Later

One year after founding the #WalkAway Movement with a video on Twitter, Brandon Straka releases a new video today on Twitter and Face Book for his hundreds of thousand #WalkAway followers. https://twitter.com/i/status/1197668992082563078

Protest at @ChicoState against me speaking for the #WalkAway event here tomorrow at Chico State University, CA. I didn’t engage w/ the students at the protest at all. Literally just came to film this promo. This is what happened…TIX for tomorrow:https://www.eventbrite.com/e/walkaway-at-chico-state-with-brandon-straka-and-blaire-white-tickets-78255224483

Posted by Brandon Straka on Wednesday, 20 November 2019

#WalkAway, is a social media campaign that launched ahead of the 2018 mid-term elections by self-described former liberal Brandon Straka, a hairstylist and actor from New York City, in a video released 29th June 2018 entitled #WalkAway – Brandon Straka, “Why I Left The Democrat Party”. The campaign’s stated goal was to “encourage others to walk away from the “divisive” left, but also take back the narrative from the “liberal” media about what it means to be a conservative in America.” As of November 2018, the video had over 400,000 views on YouTube and 1 million on Facebook. On 27 October 2018, Straka led a march of “a few hundred” supporters of WalkAway along Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. and plans a second march in 2020.

President Donald Trump has tweeted messages of support for Straka.

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