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“I’ve been a Democrat my whole life up until about a year and a half ago”


Can we get an “Amen?”

The Trump campaign posted an interview with a voter to YouTube.

In the video, the woman says:

I’ve been a Democrat my whole life up until about a year and a half ago. And I started really listening to politics & I thought: What has been wrong with me?

She added:

I’ve been preaching for @realDonaldTrump as hard as the preachers are preaching in church on Sunday!

All we can say is… “Hallelujah!”

The video quickly started going viral on social media.

Over the last few years, the hashtag #WalkAway has trended on both Facebook and Twitter.

The #WalkAway hashtag is meant for people who have “woken up” and are walking away from the Democrat party.

Welcome to the Trump train!

Watch her powerful interview below!

The Trump campaign has been increasingly using members of #WalkAway to sway independent voters and those who are unconfortable with the Democratic party.

Just two weeks ago, the Trump campaign released a BRUTAL ad featuring former Democrats.

According to the Union Journal:

The campaign for President Trump released a devastating new ad touting several people involved with the “walk away” movement, a group of disaffected Democrats abandoning their party.

The ad is a remarkably well-produced effort designed to reach out to those no longer interested in buying into Democrat party lies while still adhering to their more moderate values.

It also addresses how President Trump is working for all Americans – not just members of his own party.

“His entire campaign works for all Americans,” one woman states. “That was a turning point for me.”

“One of the hardest things to do is to challenge your own beliefs,” another explains .”I want people to hear my story and know that you can actually go from being a democratic socialist to a Trump supporter.”

Below is the walk away ad:

Other people have taken to social media to post their own walk away stories.

Below are just a few videos from multiple pro-Trump "walk away" rallies across America!

Walk Away rallies have been growing and spreading across the country.

While they're not explicitly pro-Trump rallies, most people attending do end up waving pro-Trump flags, as can be seen in the videos above.

Fox News has more details on a Walk Away rally that happened in Chicago!

The #WalkAway campaign, a self-described grassroots movement aimed at "walking away" from "social discord" and identity politics, is hosting a march and rally in Chicago on Friday.

The march -- which is part of a larger schedule of #WalkAway events taking place across the U.S. ahead of the election -- will start at the Chicago Police Department at 5:30 p.m. and continue onto Wrigley Field for a 6 p.m. rally, according to the group's website.

The "Rescue America" event is one of a series of gatherings billed as attempts to save the country from "radical leftists."

"I chose #WalkAway as a movement I align myself with," Olivia Rondeau, a college student majoring in political science and one of the event's speakers, told Fox News. "I transitioned from pretty far left. My views would have aligned with [Sen.] Bernie [Sanders]. It took me until the 2016 election to start seeing the other side of things."

Rondeau, a first-time voter this year, has found "more nuanced" ideas in conservatism but rejects identity politics as a whole and wants people to come together to see things for what they are without clinging to one title or another.

"It’s kind of like a wake-up moment," Rondeau said of #WalkAway, arguing that the far-left political movement is a "con show."

The silent majority is slowly growing!

Democrats will be in for a rude awakening in November.

But the worse that Democrats behave, the more they will drive voters into the arms of the Republican party!


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