First Group of Truckers Reaches Biden’s Backyard As Massive People’s Convoy Begins its Journey to The Nation’s Capital (VIDEOS)

The American truckers have officially begun their descent on Washington DC.

The first of multiple trucker convoys was spotted in Biden’s backyard on Wednesday as the DC Swamp continues to scramble in preparation for the massive protest that will be arriving over the next few days.

The group of 30 or so vehicles was led by Bob Bolus, who is the owner of a Pennsylvania trucking company. Bolus spoke with Fox News and said his group left Scranton on Tuesday kick the protests off and send a message to Lawmakers that we aren’t waiting around anymore – the people are fed-up.

“We’re the tip of the arrow right now,” Bolus said.

Bolus explained to Fox News:

“What they’re seeing today is just a prelude of what’s going to come if they don’t sit down and listen to us and get rid of these restrictions. Because then we’ll shut the country down. We control this country. Not the government.

It’s taken out rights. It’s taken everything America stands for. We’re just simply saying, the rights they took, to simply reinstate them.”

The DC media was tracking Bolus’ convoy into town and even fired up the press helicopter to watch its movements as it got closer.

This is going to get really interesting once more protesters come to DC. After all, like Bolus said, this is just a “prelude” – the fake news media will be kicked into full overdrive in the coming days.



Several other groups of truckers from all areas of the country are also planning on arriving throughout the week in order to form a massive demonstration similar to the one recently seen in Ottawa.

Just hours before the first trucks began arriving in Washington, DC, ‘the People’s Convoy’ kicked off its journey from California to the Nation’s Capital in stunning fashion, with thousands of people showing up to send them on their way.

Videos from the send-off event show countless cars parked and lined up around Adelanto Stadium in California. Supporters brought food, drinks, and essentials for the convoy participants to ensure they had everything needed for the upcoming standoff.

Hat/Tip to independent journalist Brendan Gutenschwager was on the scene and documented everything.


Just take a look at the crowd hours before the event started. It was a packed house!

Event organizers had a stage and spoke for about an hour to the crowd about their plans and motivations for traveling to Washington.

After the speakers finished, it was time for the trucks to roll out. Dozens of trucks lined up into position and poured out onto the open road to begin the eleven-day journey.

There are reportedly 1,000 vehicles ready to go out of the gate, with countless more joining or meeting them in DC.



Hundreds of vehicles, including RVs and trucks, also followed the convoy out of the arena.

Not all of them are traveling with the convoy, but a large number of them are.

Judging by the number of cars though, especially considering this is in California, this convoy going to be massive by the time it ends its cross-country journey.

Next stop, Kingman, Arizona.

Honk Honk!

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