While the left's audience shrinks and tunes them out, the people see through the media manipulation – and Trump, both at home and abroad – is undeterred by their static. He's too busy winning.
A young man stands on his principles and convictions to leave a political party he supported and his video announcement should be shared.
I’ve watched many people rise and leave the Democratic Party but in this video below, this young man is the epitome of “waking up.” But he doesn’t stop there, he’s put his thoughts in a video with a new movement called #WalkAway.
This is awesome.
Additionally, over the past few months, I’ve watched conservatives engaged in victimhood and identity politics led by inexperience voices with no solutions. These voices think that they can tweet a revolution without proof.
This young man is different. He has forged a path to help others wake up and leave the Democratic Party. I’ve said on many occasions that anyone can be a voice to win over voters from the other side and this young man is doing it.
Today I’m kicking off the #WalkAway campaign by releasing my video about why I am walking away from liberalism and the Democratic Party. It is my sincere hope that you will join me in this campaign and that we may start a movement in this country- which not only encourages others to walk away from the divisive left, but also takes back the narrative from the liberal media about what it means to be a conservative in America. It is up to all of us to make our voices heard and reclaim the truth.
The Democratic Party has taken for granted that it owns racial, sexual, and religious minorities in America. It has encouraged groupthink, hypocrisy, division, stereotyping, resentment, and the acceptance of victimhood mentality. And all the while, they have discouraged minorities from having independent thought, open dialogue, measured and informed opinion, and a motivation to succeed.
Please like and share my video, and please post your own #WalkAway video!! If you are a former liberal who has walked away from the left, please share your story, or your message, or your thoughts in a video on the WalkAway Campaign Facebook Page.
If you are a lifelong conservative or non-Democrat, please share your story, message, or thoughts on what it truly means to be a conservative. Right now, the liberal media continues to perpetuate a false narrative about the “hateful” and “bigoted” right. Use your voice to let people know who conservatives really are. Be sure to use the hashtag #WalkAway.
I am so proud of this video and the specific points he has made. I hope that you find a spot on your timeline for this message as it is clear-cut ready to help others leave that evil political establishment.
It's not an accident that Democrats have spent trillions of dollars on America's inner cities and made virtually no progress. Read The Big Lie
By Mac Slavo
Disillusioned by the promises of politicians and convinced that the entire political system is irreparably corrupt, many Americans will be staying out of the voting booth for the 2018 elections. This isn’t new, however, as many refused to vote in 2016 as well.
Although that number may seem high, in 2016, faced with the prospect of having to choose between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, 46.9% of eligible voters didn’t even vote in the presidential election. Most of those who no longer vote have given up on the “lesser of two evils” fallacy and the irrational belief that somehow the government has our best interests in mind.
“Nearly two-thirds of adult U.S. citizens will stay away from the polls during the coming midterm elections, and they say they have given up on the political parties and a system that they say is beyond reform and repair…
A majority of those non-voters would like to see a third party or multiple parties.” –Suffolk University
The Huffington Post noted, “The poll surveyed Americans who aren’t registered to vote or who are registered but say they’re unlikely to cast a ballot. Combined, the two groups include more than 100 million adults, the pollsters note.” And the corruption in government is becoming apparent to those who choose to opt out of voting. About 68 percent of independent voters and party registered voters who say they are unlikely to vote this year agreed with the statement: “I don’t pay much attention to politics because it is so corrupt.” It’s a marked increase over the 54 percent of respondents who agreed to this characterization of politics in the 2012 survey.
The bad news for both major political parties continues too. According to Truth in Media, around 63 percent of respondents in these categories agreed or strongly agreed with the statement: “I don’t pay much attention to politics because nothing ever gets done – it’s a bunch of empty promises,” which is also up from the 59 percent who said the same nearly six years ago.
Only 22 percent of respondents said the Democratic and Republican parties do a good job of representing Americans’ political views, which is down from 32 percent when the question was asked in 2012.
An increasing number of voters from both sides are beginning to see the corruption and manufactured compassion inherent in most (if not all) politicians.
Senator Rand Paul reversed course and voted for the notoriously hawkish Mike Pompeo to become our next Secretary of State on Monday, after assurances that President Donald Trump intends to end the wars in Syria and Afghanistan as well as reform the Federal Intelligence Surveillance Act.
Sources close to the negotiations between Paul, President Trump and Pompeo have provided the Gateway Pundit with exclusive details of the deal to sway his vote.
Last week, Trump called Paul and assured him that he is the one who sets foreign policy — not his Secretary of State. The president explained that he still believes that regime changes, and Iraq, were mistakes.
The president informed Paul that he intends to be out of Syria and Afghanistan sooner, rather than later.
Since the call took place shortly after the Syria bombing, the senator and the president went back and forth about whether or not it was the right thing to do. Days before the bombing, Trump had vowed that he was going to be pulling troops out of the nation.
Trump assured Paul that it was a “one time thing to deter the use of chemical weapons and not an escalation or change of his declaration from the week before.” He was adamant that his vow to leave Syria stands.
On Thursday of last week, Paul and Pompeo met in the senator’s office in DC. The Secretary of State hopeful noted a number of issues that the two of them agree on, including foreign aid to Pakistan and Palestinians.
Pompeo also agreed with Paul that Libya was a terrible idea, and reminded the senator that he voted against it in the House.
“He said that regime change has had a negative impact on the region and should not be our goal,” a source close to the negotiation told the Gateway Pundit of the conversation.
Paul and Pompeo also discussed North Korea and their hope for a peaceful negotiation and denuclearization. He had been the one sent to negotiate with the hostile nation, and appears to have done well.
On Monday, prior to changing course and agreeing to change his vote, Paul spoke to Trump twice — as well as General John Kelly and Pompeo. Each assured the senator that the president remains committed to a different kind of foreign policy — one that recognizes that Iraq was a mistake, has no desire for regime change and will get the United States out of Syria and Afghanistan.
Still not ready to change his vote, Paul decided to ask for something he has been requesting for quite a while — a reexamination of the issue of American citizens being caught up in FISA.
In January, Paul had attempted to filibuster the reauthorization of Section 702 of FISA over concerns about the warrantless collection of US citizens’ private information.
During the FISA debate, the President had stated that he wanted reform, and publicly threatened not to sign it the morning of its passage, setting off a firestorm in the Intelligence Community. Sources close to Paul say the senator saw this as a chance to enlist the President on something important to him.
Since the senator and the president were already in agreement on foreign policy, and the Democrats were planning to bottle him up in committee, Paul decided to ask for help on the issue he is passionate about and change his vote.
“He asked for the president to help him fix the FISA issue through executive action,” the source explained.
The president has the power to order all agencies to require warrants without new legislation.
Senator Paul has always been in support of Trump, especially regarding his instincts on foreign policy. His biggest objection to Pompeo was wanting assurances that the president intended to hold to his campaign promises on policy. Convinced that he will, and that they will work together on FISA reform, Paul was certain that the negotiation was successful.
Pompeo was very narrowly approved by the Senate foreign relations committee on Monday evening, in a mostly party-line vote of 11 to 9.
Chris Wallace: "It seems to me that the real story in this book is that there's no new hard evidence of any crime, of anything illegal, and it doesn't really change the equation on President Trump." Also Chris can't believe how "bitchy" the book is.
This has to stop. It's eroding the fabric of society.
We adulate celebrities so much, it's no wonder they're under the impression that we care about their political opinions. The truth is, we don't. In this video, Candace Owens, Director of Urban Development for Turning Point USA, lets unaware celebs in on the reality: no one cares what they think.
Chairman Devin Nunes attends the CPAC Convention and sat down for a lengthy Question and Answer session to discuss the ongoing investigations into top-tier corruption within the FBI and DOJ. Much of the discussion centers around the abuse of the FISA court system and the politicization of multiple U.S. intelligence agencies.
GOP FISA ABUSE MEMO