Founder Of #WalkAway Movement Claims He Was Refused Service In A Store When Employee Recognized Him

One thing about the WalkAway movement is becoming crystal clear. The left does not like it. The founder of the campaign, Brandon Straka, was recently refused service in a store while trying to buy a camera.

The Daily Caller reports:


Brandon Straka, the gay former liberal who has gained attention of late as the man behind the recent movement to #WalkAway from liberalism and the Democratic Party, claimed on Thursday that he was denied service by a camera store employee who recognized him “from TV.”

“I’m shaking right now,” Straka tweeted on Thursday. “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.”

Later the same day, the #WalkAway founder tweeted a picture of himself with the caption, “What happened to me today will NOT slow me down or deter me in any way. We will prevail. #WalkAway”

The left just keeps alienating more people with their behavior.


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