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Actor James Woods is the first person I know of who referred to “a walk away movement.” That was in the summer of 2017.
Now that movement can lay claim to videos-gone-viral that discuss the 5 million people leaving the Democratic Party in droves.
As Trump’s economy roars into life, as Republicans encourage free speech and discussion while the Left demands that each follower fully amps up hatred to be thrown at every “micro aggressor” and “everyone ignorant of the need for tolerance,” real people notice the difference. One party is the party of “can do” and the other party is that of nonsense. Who wants to answer the demand for everyone to be perfectly politically correct at all times and no matter what? Their inflating the appeal of ID Politics is causing the Left to lose.
Lea Anna Bright, in a mohawk, looks into the camera and says in a slow, simmering voice: “This is a Vice article I am reading right now. It says, ‘The activist left doesn’t give a darn about your calls for civility. Get ready for a summer of rage.’” She looks up. “This is where the party is going, and this is why I chose to walk away. Peace. Not for me. Bye.”
A most enjoyable article to read.