Rolling Through Ohio and Gathering Momentum


Dozens of patriotic Americans lined overpasses and rest stops along I-70 in Columbus with flags and Mandate Freedom signs, as The People’s Convoy made its way through Ohio on Thursday.

Ohio patriots unite

The People’s Convoy has been traveling across the United States since late February and they expect to roll into the Washington, D.C. area on Saturday. By Thursday, March 3, the peaceful convoy made it through the hostile territory of Illinois into Ohio, where they got a hero’s welcome.

Whether liberals like it or not, they have a simple message and they’re going to deliver it to our seat of government.

The last 23 months of the COVID-19 pandemic have been a rough road for all Americans to travel: spiritually, emotionally, physically, and – not least – financially,” the People’s convoy posts on their website.

With the advent of the vaccine and workable therapeutic agents, along with the hard work of so many sectors that contributed to declining COVID-19 cases and severity of illness, it is now time to re-open the country.” It seems that citizens of Ohio agree. One of their organizers is from there.

As lead organizer Brian Brase, a 37-year-old who hails from Ohio, declares, “Its time for truckers around the world to stand up for your rights now!

Before making a non-stop run through progressive territory, the convoy held an inspiring rally in Monrovia, Indiana. “The rally in Monrovia was a huge success! The layover allowed for others from across the country to join us!” Admin of the convoy’s Facebook page Kris Young is thrilled to see the growing momentum of the movement. “We are bigger now than when we arrived!

Thousands of spectators

At least “91 long haul trucks” with the People’s Convoy camped at the Ted Everett Farm Equipment in Monrovia “along with campers, vans, buses, motorcycles and dozens of personnel vehicles” belonging to supporters.

The organizers “thanked the crowd for their support and called on truckers across the globe to unite, stand up for their rights and show how powerful they are.” When it pulled out headed for Ohio, the convoy was still more than eight miles long.

After they rolled through Ohio on Thursday, Friday’s big stop is planned in Hagerstown, Maryland, before entering the district on Saturday. Convoy organizer Maureen Steele isn’t giving away intelligence by revealing the staging area. One thing she is certain about is that “the convoy has no plans to try to block highways or break the law.

It’s time, the truckers proclaim, “for elected officials to work with the blue-collar and white-collar workers of America and restore accountability and liberty –by lifting all mandates and ending the state of emergency – as COVID is well-in-hand now, and Americans need to get back to work in a free and unrestricted manner.

The convoy picked up more steam rolling through Ohio and into Maryland but no matter what, “The People’s Convoy will abide by agreements with local authorities, and terminate in the vicinity of the DC area, but will NOT be going into DC proper.

After January 6, Steele insists, “what went on there, there was never any intention of going into DC proper. We’ve discouraged other people from doing it.” Only Antifa or entrapped and unstable barbarians will be causing trouble, not Patriots.

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