‘BLEXIT’ Event in South Carolina event draws over 1,000 people

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(Greer, S.C.) — BLEXIT, or ‘Black Exit’ movement, is a conservative 501c3 nonprofit organization co-founded by author and activist Candace Owens and public speaker Brandon Tatum. Both Ownes and Tatum spoke at an event at Burnsview Baptist Church in Greer, South Carolina.

Organizers say over 1,000 tickets were sold for the Saturday night event.

Other speakers included filmmaker Dinesh D’Souza, Republican candidate for North Carolina Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson, Will Whit of Prager University, a conservative nonprofit media company that, according to its website, is not an accredited institution and does not offer degrees or diplomas.

About Blexit

BLEXIT Foundation’s vision is to change the narrative that surrounds America’s minority communities – with a particular focus on African-Americans. We believe there are five primary program areas in which BLEXIT Foundation must engage to accomplish its vision.

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