Well, I am happy to report the Freedom Truckers out of Canada are growing stronger, and still rolling as they make their way to Canada’s capital city of Ottawa to protest the vax mandates.
Reports say the convoy is nearly 44-miles long at this point, and the good people of Canada are standing outside in the freezing cold, cheering them on as they drive by.
It’s quite an inspirational sight to see.
CBA.ca reported that hundreds of truckers set off from British Columbia to Ottawa on Sunday to protest a federal vaccine mandate despite the urging of the country’s largest trucking federation to comply.
The protest has been dubbed the “Freedom Rally” against the federal mandate for cross-border truckers, which went into effect on Jan. 15.
Canadian truck drivers now need to be fully vaccinated if they want to avoid a two-week quarantine and pre-arrival molecular test for COVID-19 before crossing into Canada.
The Canadian Trucking Alliance and the American Trucking Associations say up to 26,000 of the 160,000 drivers who make regular trips across the Canada-U.S. border are likely to be sidelined as a result of the vaccine mandate.
And something really wonderful happened in Alberta, Canada, as the convoy rolled by.
The crowd lined up along the side of the road to cheer them on, broke out into a “Let’s Go Brandon” chant.
You can watch the video below:
As the Canadian freedom trucker convoy made its way through Medicine Hat, Alberta the crowd chanted “Let’s Go Brandon!” pic.twitter.com/r0uFD2qC10
— Marie Oakes (@TheMarieOakes) January 25, 2022
Gotta love our patriot friends next door. They are really coming out and fighting these mandates big time.
I’m hearing that a bunch of American truckers are now joining in with the convoy as well.
Let’s Go Brandon, and Keep Rolling Freedom Truckers!
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