Silencing, Arrests Begin

PUBLISHED: 6:11 PM 26 Jan 2021

Twitter Silences Mike Lindell, As WalkAway Founder Arrested As “Political Prisoner”

The Nazis didn’t take everyone all at once (until Kristal Nacht), before that event, they silenced dissenters a few at a time.

He;s been arrested for simply being there!? (Source: Twitter Screenshot)

When the Nazis began to assume power, they didn’t try to arrest and silence everyone at once… that came later. To begin, they removed vocal dissenters one at a time. The people wonder and are shocked for about a day, then they move on and forget.

It appears to many that the same thing is being carried out now in the United States. Not only has Mike Lindell, My Pillow CEO, been removed from Twitter, Brandon Straka, the Founder of the walk Away movement has been arrested!

Twitter suspended @realMikeLindell

Ridiculous. pic.twitter.com/TPKmQyPLu2

— Mike (@FuctupMike) January 26, 2021

Twitter has suspended the account of MyPillow’s Mike Lindell pic.twitter.com/RWyc5IVZyF

— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) January 26, 2021

The Daily Dot reported:

Brandon Straka, the conservative founder of the Walkaway movement, has been arrested in connection with the storming of the Capitol on Jan. 6.

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In court documents outlining the case, prosecutors cite video posted to social media that showed Straka, a 43-year-old “former liberal” turned avid supporter of former President Donald Trump, encouraging users to breach the Capitol.

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Brandon Straka, founder of the “Walk Away” campaign who describes himself as a “former liberal,” charged in the Capitol insurrection: https://t.co/K7JehAdInz pic.twitter.com/pxh9zVhfYK

— Zoe Tillman (@ZoeTillman) January 25, 2021

Straka has been hit with a slew of charges, including engaging in disorderly conduct with the intent to disturb a hearing before Congress and impeding a law enforcement officer during civil disorder.

The pro-Trump figure shot to prominence in 2018 after urging liberals to walkaway from the Democratic Party. Straka also made headlines last year after being kicked off of an American Airlines flight for refusing to wear a mask.

Prosecutors also point to comments made by Straka on Twitter in which he admitted to being present at the insurrection. The conservative figure also pushed back on false claims from other Trump supporters that far-left activists were responsible for kicking off the violence.

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“Also—be embarrassed & hide if you need to- but I was there. It was not Antifa at the Capitol,” Straka said on Twitter. “It was freedom-loving Patriots who were DESPERATE to fight for the final hope of our Republic because literally, nobody cares about them. Everyone else can denounce them. I will not.”

In another video posted to Twitter mentioned in the charging documents, Straka admitted that he had premeditatedly planned to march on the Capitol.

“Yesterday, a lot of us got up very, very early. We went to this event in which Donald Trump spoke. The plan was always to go to the Capitol,” Straka exclaimed. “We were going to march from that event…to the Capitol, and there was going to be another rally. I was one of the speakers slated to speak at the Capitol.”

Although Straka does not appear to have entered the Capitol himself, the right-wing activist was also overheard telling other rioters to take a police officer’s riot shield.

Straka’s Twitter account, where investigators found much of their evidence, has since been locked down.