#WalkAway Founder Brandon Straka Banned From Facebook – Just Weeks Before Planned March on Washington

Brandon Straka, the founder of the #WalkAway movement has been banned from Facebook for linking to Infowars ahead of being interviewed by the outlet.

Straka’s ban comes as he is planning a #WalkAway march on Washington this October. The movement is for Democrats who are leaving the party over their increasingly ridiculous antics.

“I’m devasted right now. #WalkAway Campaign is a grassroots movement. We don’t have corporate sponsors. We don’t have backers. We are raising the money and the awareness for our event ourselves. We use GoFundMe to raise money. And today Facebook took away my ability to communicate with the 180,000 members of the campaign leading up to the March. This is going to smash my ability to provide information, answer questions, raise money, and rally with my people. I am crushed,” Straka told The Gateway Pundit.

“Today I was banned by Facebook from communicating with my audience leading up to the March on Washington. This is devastating as they are depending on me 4 info. I was banned 4 mentioning the name of a conservative also recently banned from all platforms,” Straka tweeted.

The post that was used to justify the ban simply said ““Hey, Patriots! I’m going live on in 15 minutes.”

It appears that Facebook has determined that you are not allowed to watch Infowars, and anyone who suggests that you should will be dealt with accordingly.


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