Patriotic Rescue America Rally Takes Beverly Hills by Storm
We capture the action as hundreds of patriotic protesters armed with American flags and #WalkAway signs arrive at the rally point in Beverly Gardens Park after marching along Santa Monica Boulevard from West Hollywood.
The “protesters” spoke out against the destruction of property and lives, the attack on our police, and the radical Marxist policies being pushed by the extreme left.
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The Rescue America Rally was organized by the #WalkAway Foundation. A true grassroots movement, #WalkAway began its life as a social media group where members posted why they had walked away from the radical left and grew into a nonprofit corporation. The first rally was held in Baltimore two weeks ago, followed by one in Sacramento last week and Beverly Hills on Saturday August 8. They have grown in size exponentially with each rally, with over 1000 showing up to say they have walked away in Beverly Hills, which is a very blue neighborhood. Judging from the horns honking and thumbs up on Santa Monica Boulevard, Los Angeles might just turn Red this November.
Speakers at the event included Brandon Straka, Scott Baio, Lorenzo Lamas, Joy Villa, Mike Harlow, Blaire White, Shemeka Michelle, Ricky Rebel, Karlyn Borysenko, and more.
The foundation is dedicated to pushing back on the radical Left, but it does not endorse any political party or candidate. The movement is open to patriots of all walks of life. Male, female, black, brown, white, straight, LGBTQ, religious, non-believers, and anyone that shares the belief that America should not be surrendered to the “cancel culture”. #WalkAway has a massive rally planned in Washington DC on October 3rd.
Straka posts on his Facebook page that another, larger, Rescue America rally is planned to be held this October in Washington DC. Join or follow the #WalkAway movement here.
Stay tuned for video clips of many of the individual speakers. See photos after the break.
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