Last week, as the “Freedom Trucker” convoy made their way towards Ottawa to protest the COVID-19 mandates, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau reassured Canadians and the world that the disgruntled civilians were just a “small fringe minority.” Shockingly, that “small group” of protestors turned out to be a convoy longer than 70 KM (or a little over 43 miles) according to some reports. The GoFundMe account raised over $7 million from 112,000 donors.
As for Trudeau, he was eventually moved to a secret location due to the size of the protests and “safety concerns.” But remember, this was just a small group of misguided individuals.
With the Freedom Truckers being such a massive success given the size and support shown for an individual’s right to medical freedom, it appears the movement isn’t over yet, as truckers in America are starting their engines and getting ready to parade across the country, promoting the idea that no government should dictate what a person puts in their body.
During the protest over the weekend, some Americans decided to show their support for the Canadians who want to stand up against their government. In the video above, the protestors even hinted at a convoy happening in America. The men didn’t give any details as it appeared they had only heard rumors about the upcoming events.
Although rumors at first, the idea of a truckers convoy barreling through America was later confirmed when the video below was posted. According to the individual, the convoy will start in California and travel all the way to D.C., protesting the Biden administration and their outlandish COVID-19 agenda.
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