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 and weeks, beginning around the time of Joe Biden’s upcoming State of the Union Address that’s scheduled for Tuesday, March 1st.
Thousands of protesters are expected to arrive for the demonstration, with several groups departing from across the country daily.
One of the largest of these groups – The Peoples Convoy – is rapidly growing as it finishes day six of eleven of its cross-country journey to the DC swamp. On Monday morning, the convoy had grown to around 3,000 vehicles as it reached the state of Missouri, which is about double what it was just two days ago when the convoy passed through Texas.
Just like the other states on this journey, the truckers were greeted with a warm welcome in Missouri, with countless supporters showing up at several overpasses to demonstrate their support.
Watch, from El American:
HAPPENING NOW: | Day 6 of The Peoples Convoy, with OVER 3,000 vehicles headed to Washington D.C.
We are approaching Springfield MO. This is what the overpasses have looked like: pic.twitter.com/tfn5MvcOLm
— El American (@ElAmerican_) February 28, 2022
After picking up several more additions throughout the day, the convoy made camp for the night in Cuba, Missouri. Once again, a crowd was waiting to greet them when they arrived, bringing another round of donations, food, drinks, and supplies with them to be used in the upcoming protest.
The support that Americans have shown for the convoy has been overwhelming everywhere they have gone.
The Peoples Convoy arrives at It’s final destination in Cuba, MO for day 6.
Tomorrow, convoy heads to Indianapolis, IN where it will meet up with SIX other convoys, where the convoy is expected to triple.
— El American (@ElAmerican_) March 1, 2022
Tomorrow, the people’s convoy will depart Missouri and make its way to Indianapolis, where several other groups of vehicles are expected to merge with the convoy as it enters the last leg of its journey to Washington DC. Convoy Organizers who spoke with El American explained that they have been speaking with at least SIX other convoys that are planning on meeting up with the main group on Wednesday.
When the groups merge, the convoy is expected to be over 10,000 vehicles strong.
If this keeps up like this, Biden and the DC Swamp won’t know what hit them – the convoy is already 3,000 strong, and that’s without the reinforcements from the other groups who are planning to join. This protest is gearing up to be something truly historic.