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#Walkaway movement from the democrat party—BLEXIT is happening folks!

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2 hours ago, The Commish said:

Whatever happened to the millions who were going to protest in DC?

It was 5,000 people based on generous estimates. 

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19 hours ago, Henry Ford said:
22 hours ago, The Commish said:

Whatever happened to the millions who were going to protest in DC?

It was 5,000 people based on generous estimates.

Guess there are only so many bots that could be plugged in to march.  Have to think they'd run out of electrical outlets and extension cords at some point :kicksrock:

 

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11 hours ago, fatness said:

This one kind of flopped, didn't it?

I guess we will find out on Tuesday.

 

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6 hours ago, The Commish said:

Guess there are only so many bots that could be plugged in to march.  Have to think they'd run out of electrical outlets and extension cords at some point :kicksrock:

I'm sure robotics is just around the corner with a solution....

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2 hours ago, NFL2DF said:

I guess we will find out on Tuesday.

 

Not sure I understand....when it was supposed to be "similar to the million man march" and it was 5K, I don't know what Tuesday has to do with anything.  It's pretty clear the march flopped.

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7 minutes ago, The Commish said:

Not sure I understand....when it was supposed to be "similar to the million man march" and it was 5K, I don't know what Tuesday has to do with anything.  It's pretty clear the march flopped.

And my guess is just about all 5k never voted Democrat in their life.

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RNC did a great job with the Walk Away segment

 

and after Brandon Straka was accosted walking back to his hotel. 

@gatewaypundit

Black Lives Matter Mob Attacks #WalkAway Founder Brandon Straka after RNC -- Hurl Cup at Him, Harass Him and Call Him and His Friend "F*ggots!"

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26 minutes ago, [scooter] said:

Too bad they had to trick people to get them to appear in it.

When you combine that with politicizing a dead man who didn't even support Trump, the whole thing just looks like poor form all around. Very poor form indeed.

:shrug: 

no idea what this has to do with my post . As far as David Orn goes I have no idea what friction is there between his wife and the 2 adult children

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BLEXIT: Charlotte woman says movement is more than just 2020 election

WSOCTV.com News Staff

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Channel 9 has seen a record number of people at the polls already for the 2020 election.

We’ve also seen a voting trend that started in North Carolina and grew across the country. Channel 9 first reported on Blexit in 2019 and the thousands of Black voters who are leaving the Democratic party.

Eyewitness News reporter Tina Terry spoke to a Charlotte woman who said the movement is more than just this election.

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Charlotte resident, Jasmine Ballard, was in Washington, D.C. last weekend supporting the president, standing up for the conservative values she said she found within herself after much reflection.

[ ALSO READ: BLEXIT: Movement challenges Black voters to think outside the box ] 

“I realized I wasn’t so liberal even though I thought I was. I actually aligned more with conservative values based on what I valued for my own life and my future," Ballard said.

She’s part of the Blexit movement, which challenged Black Americans who tend to vote Democratic to think outside the political box.

National Director Pierre Wilson helped launch Blexit’s first chapter in North Carolina, and said it’s now spread to 19 other states, some of which are blue.

“90% of our vote has been going to one side. Now it’s time to hold those people accountable and see what are we doing. Why are we voting this way? Why are we taking this path?” Pierre said.

BLEXIT: The movement encouraging black voters to question the status quo

28-year-old Ballard said she was drawn to Blexit’s vision for Black America.

“Advocating for school choice, criminal justice reform, advocating for entrepreneurship to help get out of poverty and create a way of life for yourself," she said.

Ballard believes Blexit has staying power, even beyond 2020. They are hoping to continue to promote freedoms of thought among young voters.

“Liberalism has caused a lot of this labelism where people are afraid to think and even speak openly," Ballard said. “I literally had a college student say I want to argue with you, you notice he said argue, not I want to engage and learn. Everytime I go into conversation, I don’t care who you are, I can learn something from you and you can learn something from me.”

 

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President Trump can't want the Black community to be successful more than they want to be successful.

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31 minutes ago, HellToupee said:

BLEXIT: Charlotte woman says movement is more than just 2020 election

WSOCTV.com News Staff

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Channel 9 has seen a record number of people at the polls already for the 2020 election.

We’ve also seen a voting trend that started in North Carolina and grew across the country. Channel 9 first reported on Blexit in 2019 and the thousands of Black voters who are leaving the Democratic party.

Eyewitness News reporter Tina Terry spoke to a Charlotte woman who said the movement is more than just this election.

Content Continues Below

Charlotte resident, Jasmine Ballard, was in Washington, D.C. last weekend supporting the president, standing up for the conservative values she said she found within herself after much reflection.

[ ALSO READ: BLEXIT: Movement challenges Black voters to think outside the box ] 

“I realized I wasn’t so liberal even though I thought I was. I actually aligned more with conservative values based on what I valued for my own life and my future," Ballard said.

She’s part of the Blexit movement, which challenged Black Americans who tend to vote Democratic to think outside the political box.

National Director Pierre Wilson helped launch Blexit’s first chapter in North Carolina, and said it’s now spread to 19 other states, some of which are blue.

“90% of our vote has been going to one side. Now it’s time to hold those people accountable and see what are we doing. Why are we voting this way? Why are we taking this path?” Pierre said.

BLEXIT: The movement encouraging black voters to question the status quo

28-year-old Ballard said she was drawn to Blexit’s vision for Black America.

“Advocating for school choice, criminal justice reform, advocating for entrepreneurship to help get out of poverty and create a way of life for yourself," she said.

Ballard believes Blexit has staying power, even beyond 2020. They are hoping to continue to promote freedoms of thought among young voters.

“Liberalism has caused a lot of this labelism where people are afraid to think and even speak openly," Ballard said. “I literally had a college student say I want to argue with you, you notice he said argue, not I want to engage and learn. Everytime I go into conversation, I don’t care who you are, I can learn something from you and you can learn something from me.”

 

Wow, 20 whole states - IMPRESSIVE.

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So....it looks like Trump got around 12% of the African-American vote. That's an improvement over 2016 but far short of what his supporters the memers were predicting.

 

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