Liberals thought the U.S Trucker convoy is going nowhere, well, they just got pranked. “The People’s Convoy” is getting big and the D.C. swamp continues to struggle with their plans to counter the convoy.
The group is calling for an end to Biden’s unconstitutional COVID-19 mandates that are way more destructive than the virus itself.
“The People’s Convoy” plans to meet with several members of the GOP, with two different convoys coming from the East Coast and the Midwest, which will converge in D.C.
By Friday afternoon, “The People’s Convoy,” as it has been dubbed, had crossed Arizona on Interstate 40, which parallels much of the old U.S. Route 66, and reached Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Many of the truck drivers said they plan to drive a segment of the nearly 2,600-mile route before heading back home or to a job. It’s a very well-organized movement, and it’s no wonder why it’s gaining more and more interest.
The latest video of the convoy is out of Arizona and honestly, it’s a sight to behold. You see lines, upon lines of trucks rushing down the freeway while people wave American flags on the overpass.
Watch the video below…You love to see it!
US convoy for freedom rolling towards DC via Arizona. pic.twitter.com/6twhOEAFeL
— Adalia Brand (@BrandAdalia) February 25, 2022
It’s amazing to see these American truckers rolling in and apparently they’re pleasantly overwhelmed by the support they’re seeing along their journey.
Review Journal gives us more details of the Convoy:
On the roughly 280-mile drive to Golden Valley, the convoy passed hundreds of people who had taken to overpasses — even in the most remote stretches of the desert — to wave flags and cheer the protest on. Rolling into the restaurant lot Wednesday night, hundreds of cars lined the route, some with amber hazard lights flashing in the darkness.
Onlookers chanted and waved flags as they welcomed the convoy to a desert outpost just outside Kingman, Arizona
“I was speechless,” Pflughoeft said. “It was humbling.”
Travis Bevelheimer, a trucker from Oberlin, Kansas, said the amount of support he saw for the demonstration was overwhelming.
“Man, the only way I could describe it was that I was very proud to be an American, very proud to be part of this,” he said of the atmosphere driving into Golden Valley.
It is indeed heartwarming to know that these truckers feel the impact they’re having on their fellow Americans. This convoy is shaping up to be one for the record books.