BLM hijacks #WalkAway rally, attacks Brandon Straka, security: ‘Most terrifying moment of my life’

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Black Lives Matter extremists hijacked a #WalkAway rally in Dallas on Saturday and chased the movement’s founder, Brandon Straka, through the streets while reportedly throwing bottles at him and threatening to kill him.

The extremists were with a non-profit known as the Next Generation Action Network. The founder of the nonprofit is Dominique Alexander, a so-called “community activist” who in the last two years alone has been indicted on felony theft charges in one Texas county and family violence charges in another, as reported by station WFAA.

Video footage captured from the #WalkAway rally showed Alexander and his fellow BLM extremists, all of them clad with “Black Lives Matter” t-shirts, storming the “stage area” of the rally sometime Saturday afternoon and harassing attendees.

At one point, a burly security guard approached Alexander and tried to remove him from the “stage” area.

Watch what happened next, and take note of how Alexander seemed to be pushing his fist into the security guard’s neck (*Graphic content):

Following the incident, everybody involved was detained, including the security guard and Alexander, the latter of whom wound up being arrested for outstanding warrants.

“Police said multiple people were detained and taken to the department’s headquarters for questioning. According to police, the people detained received citations for the incident. However, police later said Alexander was arrested for outstanding warrants,” local station KTVT reported.

According to Straka, while being arrested Alexander began yelling for the authorities to “call” Dallas Police Chief Reneé Hall, suggesting he has some sort of relationship with her and was hoping she’d order her underlings to release him.

Some time afterward, Straka left the “stage” area to speak with local police about the detained security guard. Along the way, he and his associates ran into a press conference being held by Alexander’s fellow extremists.

“When I got there, Next Generation Action Network were doing a press conference but there were 30 or 40 of them,” he later told journalist Ian Miles Cheong of The Post Millennial.

“Eric Alvarez with WFAA, ABC 8, asked if we wanted to go live. And I said yes, I do, and at that moment, they all crowded around us and someone got between me and the camera. And I told my group not to talk to them.”

Straka then tried to leave the scene but wound up being chased, threatened, and attacked.

“I said let’s just go and they started chasing us. They started throwing bottles at us. I’m not exaggerating when I say we thought we were going to be killed and they told us they were going to kill us,” he said to Cheong.

Some of what happened was captured on video by Straka’s associates.

Watch (*Graphic content):

The events in Dallas come as America’s increasingly propaganda-like mainstream media continue to try to portray BLM activists and advocates as “peaceful,” despite copious amounts of evidence proving this to be a lie.

“The Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLED) analyzed more than 7,750 Black Lives Matter demonstrations in all 50 states and Washington D.C. that took place in the wake of George Floyd’s death between May 26 and August 22,” Time magazine eagerly reported Saturday as Straka was being chased and threatened by BLM extremists.

“Their report states that more than 2,400 locations reported peaceful protests, while fewer than 220 reported ‘violent demonstrations.'”

The report made no mention of the thousands of business owners who may have been victims of vandalism or even arson because of these “peaceful” protesters.

Nor did the report mention either Kyle Rittenhouse, a 17-year-old teen who was nearly killed while also being chased, threatened, and attacked by BLM extremists, or Aaron J. Danielson, a conservative activist who was allegedly murdered by a BLM extremist just a week ago.

Chances are that Straka’s own experiences with the radical Marxist movement will also go ignored by those who seek to sugarcoat BLM’s otherwise clear-cut extremism.

So most likely will the messages that Straka and his peers at the #WalkAway rally had to share with the public.

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