WOW! Facebook Suspends Walk Away Founder for 30 days for saying he’s going to do an interview with Alex Jones

When you didn’t think that it could get any crazier in the new American world of censorship by tech giants, it just did. Founder of the #WalkAway movement Brandon Straka was just suspended for 30 days by Facebook because he claimed he was going to do an interview with InfoWars founder Alex Jones.

The Censorship of Conservatives has been at an all time high this week, as Benghazi Hero Kris Paronto, Educating Liberals Dylan Wheeler, and now Straka have all been issued suspensions in the same week, with little to no explanation as to why.

When will the bureaucrats in Washington, D.C. that Conservatives voted for, who gave them the majority in the Congress in the Senate start standing up for their constituents?

Straka announced within the last 24 hours that his WalkAway movement would be doing a march on Washington, D.C. one week before the 2018 midterm elections on October 27th.

Straka tweeted out today “I was banned by Faceboook from communicating with my audience leading up to the March on Washington. This is devastating as they are depending on me 4 info. I was banned for mentioning the name of a conservative also recently banned on all platforms.”

Below is the video Brandon released about the WalkAway March scheduled for October 27th.

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