Video of the Day: #WalkAway founder tells Judge Jeanine what it was like to be denied service at camera store

As we reported earlier, Brandon Straka, founder of the movement to #WalkAway from the Democrat Party, said he was denied service at a New York camera store because of his political beliefs.

“I’m shaking right now. 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,” he tweeted at the time.

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He later added: “What happened to me today will NOT slow me down or deter me in any way. We will prevail.”

Straka recently had an opportunity to discuss that incident with Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Pirro.

Here’s that interview:

Straka’s movement has gone viral on social media, with a number of people posting their #WalkAway videos on YouTube and Facebook.

Quite a few of those stories can be seen at Straka’s official group, which now boasts well over 111,000 supporters.

To all those who have decided to #WalkAway from the Democrat Party, we say: Welcome aboard!

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