Homocon Brandon Straka Arrested For Capitol Attack

Homocon Brandon Straka arrested for taking part in violent Capitol invasion
Brandon Straka (via website)

Homocon Brandon Straka arrested for taking part in the violent invasion of the U.S. Capitol on January 6.

From The Daily Beast:

Brandon Straka, 43, has been charged with several crimes, including impeding a law enforcement officer during civil disorder and engaging in disorderly conduct with the intent to disturb a hearing before Congress, for his role in the Jan. 6 siege.

The ex-New York City hairstylist and self-described “former liberal” is best known for starting the “WalkAway Campaign,” which urged liberal voters to leave the Democratic Party. Earlier this month, Straka announced Facebook had removed the campaign’s page, which had over half a million followers.

Straka apparently made it very easy to gather evidence about his participation in the Capitol attack. Like many of his wacky, violent pals he tweeted videos and statements throughout the incident documenting his involvement.

He also made headlines last June when he refused to wear a face mask on an American Airlines flight. He was eventually removed from the plane and banned from any future flights on American.

I recently reported on another gay Trump supporter, Kristopher Dreww, who also fears being arrested for taking part in the attack on the Capitol.

Homocon Removed From Flight For Refusing To Follow Safety Measures

Brandon Straka (screen captures)

Gay right-winger Brandon Straka attempted to board a flight to Tulsa today, where coronavirus diagnoses are rising and expected to really surge after Donald Trump’s upcoming campaign rally.

The homocon refused to wear a face mask and caused a ruckus delaying the flight until he was escorted off.

Straka founded the so-called “Walk Away” movement which urges Democrats to become Trump cultists.

JoeMyGod reports Straka sued the New York City LGBT Center last year when it canceled one of his events.

In his tweets, Straka says he told the attendant he has a ‘condition’ that prevents him from wearing a mask – ‘sanity.’

The fact is airlines have the ability to do several things in terms of health policy. Anyone notice you can’t smoke on a plane anymore?

Anyone ever heard of ‘no shirt, no shoes, no service?’ How would anyone have felt if Straka attempted to board the plane sans shirt and shoes?

Additionally, federal law requires passenger compliance with a crew member’s instructions.

Straka, of course, tweeted the episode himself: