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Gay Trumper Brandon Straka freaks out after docs detailing his cooperation with FBI accidentally leak

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Gay-for-Trumper Brandon Straka must be feeling awfully lonely these days.The gays don’t like him for obvious reasons. And now the Trumpers don’t either after court documents that were accidentally released to the media last week revealed the extent in which he cooperated with the FBI in its investigation into the deadly January 6 insurrection.Oops!Related: Gay Trumper Brandon Straka sentenced for role in Jan.

6 insurrectionQuick backstory: In January, 45-year-old Straka, who founded the #WalkAway movement in 2018 to encourage people to ditch the Dems and support Donald Trump instead, agreed to a plea deal and was sentenced to three months of home detention plus three years of probation and a $5,000 fine for his involvement in Capitol Riots.At the time of his sentencing, prosecutors said he had been “cooperative” and “helpful” with investigators, though they didn’t offer any further details.Related: Gay Trump insurrectionist complains he can’t get a date.

Go figure.Last week, court documents were mistakenly emailed to reporters and they show just how “helpful” Straka was.

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