Brandon Straka, the founder of the Walkaway movement that encourages people to leave a Democratic party who sold them out, shut down CNN’s April Ryan on Sunday.
Straka just couldn’t handle Ryan nonsense and called her out saying she was the biggest liar in the room.
BPR reported that after a black MAGA-hat wearing Trump supporter challenged CNN’s April Ryan and other panelists over their characterization of minorities who support President Trump, Straka jumped in to expose the American Urban Radio Networks reporter and vocal Trump critic.
“Speaking of lies, I want to talk to April Ryan, the biggest liar in this room,” Straka, the man from New York who launched the #WalkAway campaign in 2018, said after calling out the executive editor of Above the Law, Elie Mystal.
“Speaking of lies, let me tell you something, my middle name is truth,” Ryan said as she stood up and appeared to be leaving the stage. “You don’t want this.”
“You’re the one walking away, sweetheart. Come back and answer my question,” Straka challenged as the crowd became more rowdy.
Brandon Straka went on to introduce himself to the audience as April Ryan stormed off the stage, saying repeatedly, “I have to go.”
“The reason why I walked away from the Democratic Party is because CNN lied to me,” he said. “The liberal media is lying to you. April Ryan is lying.”
PJ Media also reported that in what can only be described as an epic moment at Politicon, a political convention with panelists from the left and the right, Brandon Straka confronted April Ryan, who was speaking on a panel called “Being Black Under Trump,” and called her out for misleading the American people about President Trump with fake news.
Brandon Straka is founder of the WalkAway movement for former Democrats walking away from the party. He has been sponsoring town halls across the country featuring LGBT, Hispanic, and black minorities who feel abandoned by Democrats and embraced by President Trump.
Former Democrat voters have uploaded their WalkAway videos to Straka’s YouTube page by the thousands.