#WalkAway hits 374,000 members

The #WalkAway campaign has hit 374,000 members as of August 13th. On July 14th we recorded 316,000. It is growing at around 60,000 per month.

Processing has been the problem according to the administration team. The stories told by those who have quit the Democrats all read the same tune.

Presented below without comment:

“…they also don’t want to hear my husband is conservative and a family man! They call him a coon and sell-out… My husband is Nigerian… his parents came to America for freedom of religion and freedom to work hard to make a living! They have achieved more than they ever thought possible and instilled it in my husband… they are diehard Trump fans because they know what it is to live in a country without opportunity, without freedom, with a corrupt government and police force. I wish more Americans would travel to see what an amazing place we do live in…”

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“Thank you for the add! For 28 years I was raised to believe I would always be behind in the race because I am African American. Never did this sit well with me because deep down I knew it’s character and spirit that make you who you are. I’m thankful to Candace Owens and Larry Elder for opening my and others eyes/minds so we are no longer ignorant to the manipulation! God BLESS this beautiful USA ❤️🇺🇸. I wholeheartedly support Donald J. Trump 2020!”

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“I am a Ghanaian born and raised in NC and now living in NY and I must say firstly, IM NOT OPPRESSED. Unfortunately a lot of my Black Democratic friends want to force me to feel oppressed and I dont understand the point. Maybe it’s because we have mostly lived in Democratic ran cities. Nonetheless, I too always voted Democratic because like most other Blacks living in the South, we just thought that the Democrats had the answers. Honestly, I grew up in a single parent home in the “hood” with 3 younger siblings so my mother depended on the system. In retrospect the Democrats help people like my mother stay on the “system”. I can honestly say Blacks have deeper issues than “systemic racism” that need to be addressed before anything. I voted for Barack twice and regretted it after he made some very specific legislations that hurt the Black community and my industry of business particularly. So when Trump joined the race for president, I figured a business man should be able to get Americans winning again. I gained a lot of hate from 95% of my people. So honestly I see why the Democrats don’t work hard for black votes. But thank God Trump did what he did for Black people without the majority putting him there. I’m living proof of the American dream and how with FAITH and Trust in God you can move mountains and overcome any and every challenge… and no one better touch my hat or I will utilize my 2nd amendment.🤗🤗🙏🏾🙏🏾 Live FREE or die trying”

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W woman

A atheist

L lesbian

K kind

A American

W weary

A awakened

Y yokel

I am here because I chose to #WalkAway recently (within the last six months).

I was always too to vote the issues. After reading that school newspaper I definitely identified more with the Democrats. My first time voting was Bush v. Kerry…I voted for Kerry. And I’ve voted Democrat every election since. I’m a woman. I’m a lesbian. I’m lower middle class. I’m pro choice. I’m pro helping others. It just made sense.

Fast forward to 2016. I voted for Hillary because I was terrified what Trump meant for America. I was scared my marriage would be dissolved (gay marriage was legalized in 2015, a huge reason I voted Democrat). I was scared gays would go back to being vilified. I was scared I was going to lose my rights. I was just scared. Three and a half years went by and my world didn’t collapse. I can’t say I like Trump, but he didn’t do anything to hurt my way of life.”

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“This year I officially walked away from the Democratic Party. Being gay and Mexican I was taught that our president hated me. After I did some research past memes and CNN I realized that’s not true. I voted for Hillary and I regret it every day.”

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“Hello all. Growing up I was told to always vote democrat because they care about black peoples rights. When I was old enough to vote. I didn’t bother voting because I felt the elections were rigged. In a way I realized I was right, because democrats have been rigging these past couple elections. Based on how their behaviors regarding this election campaign its obvious now. The first president I voted for was Barack Obama just because he was supposedly black. I didn’t pay attention to his policies. I just assumed he would take care of the issues black people faced for decades. Once I realized he didn’t do anything to help me or black people, but instead forced everyone to pay for Obama care. I knew I could not give him my vote any longer.

I voted against him on his second term. During that time I realized the republican party lined up more with my views biblically speaking. I’m pro life, pro gun, and like less government and less tax.

Today all I see is nothing but hypocrisy with the democratic party. I made it a point to personally listen to president Trumps speeches and realized how much the mainstream media misrepresented what he states. I also like that Trump doesn’t hide who he is and doesn’t cave into the mobb. Just like in American Idol everyone like Simon Cowell for being brutality honest.. Honesty and God is what America needs. I see a mass awakening coming soon. #WalkAway

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