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THIS is WHY he left the LEFT: #WalkAway founder Brandon Straka REFUSED service in camera shop by petulant DEM supporters

(National SentinelWalkAway: In recent days Brandon Straka, a gay man who, for most of his life, was a Democrat, posted a video explaining why he was “walking away” from the party.

In the instantly-viral video, Straka explained that the Democratic Party no longer stands for what he believes in. He says it has devolved into a hate factory:

“Once upon a time, I was a liberal. Well, to be honest, less than a year ago, I was still a liberal.

“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.”

And then this devastating line—the Rosa Parks moment of the video:

“I reject hate.”

People like him who are sick and tired of the hate and intolerance within a party that used to reject such behavior are leaving in droves.

They are leaving after seeing his video, which has become so popular that now he’s being recognized in public.

And he’s being targeted by some of the very same angry Leftists that drove him from the Democratic Party.

On Thursday Straka said via Twitter that he attempted to buy some camera equipment but was recognized and refused service.




“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,” he wrote.

But he also said he will not let what happened to him today slow him down.

“What happened to me today will NOT slow me down or deter me in any way. We will prevail.
#WalkAway,” he wrote.

If you’re still a member of the Democratic Party, you’re part of the problem in keeping America riled up, divided, and hateful.

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