Source: Julian Conradson
The American truckers are gearing up for a massive protest in Washington DC in opposition to tyrannical COVID mandates.
Similar to the truckers in Ottawa, the US Convoy plans to disrupt traffic in DC over the coming days/weeks, beginning around the time of Biden’s upcoming State of the Union address that’s scheduled on March first. Thousands of protesters are expected to arrive for the demonstration, with several groups departing from across the country daily – one of which has already reached the Nation’s Capital.
On Thursday, one of the largest groups that’s making its way to Washington – The Peoples Convoy – nearly doubled in size for the second day in a row as it made its way across Arizona.
After departing from California yesterday, the convoy is now well over 100 vehicles strong – and growing fast.
Just take a look at the crowd that welcomed the convoy when they reached Kingman, Arizona to rest on Wednesday night.
By morning, the convoy was ready to hit the road again.
Independent journalist Brendan Gutenschwager, who is embedded with the convoy, provided some great aerial footage of the scene before they rolled out.
Crowds gathered along highway overpasses across the state, greeting the convoy with cheers as they passed through Arizona.
A group of Arizona firefighters even brought out their trucks and set up a massive American flag to show their support of the convoy.
Take a look:
The convoy called it a day and made camp for the night when it reached Lupton, AZ.
Next stop, Glenbrook, Texas!
In addition to the ‘pick-ups’ in Arizona, trucks from Florida and Oregon also joined their fellow Americans on the journey to pay Biden a visit in the Nation’s Capital.
Here they come! Honk Honk!