The creator of a social media campaign urging liberals to detach themselves from the Democratic Party sat down with Mark Levin for a fascinating, in-depth conversation that will air Sunday at 10:00 p.m. ET on "Life, Liberty & Levin."

During the discussion, Brandon Straka, founder of the #WalkAway movement, explained that he had assumed he was supposed to "go along in lockstep" with the Democratic Party because he is gay.

He said he started to feel disillusioned with the party and the current ideology of liberalism, so he began to listen to conservative voices, and he liked what he heard.

"The conservative point of view makes so much more sense than all of this identity politics, political correctness, divisive, divisive, divisive nonsense," Straka said.

He eventually accepted that he was -- or maybe always had been -- a conservative, and he vowed that he would not stay in the closet with his political beliefs, as he had in the past with his sexuality.

Straka said he realized that it wouldn't be enough only to share his story, so that's why he started the #WalkAway campaign, which shares the stories of people who decide to dissociate themselves from the Democratic Party.

"I know there are millions of other people who are feeling exactly the same way I'm feeling too: that their party has left them, that the Democratic Party has become a party of rage and hate and lies," Straka said. "They're sick of it."

Watch a clip of the discussion above, and tune in Sunday at 10:00 p.m. ET for the full interview on "Life, Liberty & Levin."

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