Facebook Blocks WalkAway Founder After He Mentions Interview With Controversial Conservative

Brandon Straka just got blocked from Facebook, for 30 days, because he claimed he mentioned he had an interview with Infowars founder, Alex Jones.

Straka is the founder of the WalkAway movement and has scheduled a March On Washington at the end of October to bring awareness to those leaving the Democratic party by walking away.

Here is Brandon’s announcement of the WalkAway march, scheduled for October:

The sad part is nothing is being done about it. Also, people knowing these social sites act this way will still use them which is supporting them with advertisement and revenue. Most of the people complaining about how they operate continue to use them daily. Something has to be done and regular citizens can’t/won’t do it.

The “counter-resistance” voices are being silenced every single day. It is not going unnoticed. Our elected officials hold meaningless, dog-and-pony show hearings, threaten to investigate and sit on their hands. As I recall, Jack left his appearance before the committee and banned Alex Jones. One doesn’t need to agree with Alex Jones to see the bigger picture. After the mid-terms may be too late.

UPDATE: Straka is trying to protect his Twitter account after what happened on Facebook. He just tweeted this:

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