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‘Canadian-style’ Convoy to Leave California Heading to D.C. in Protest of COVID Mandates, Restrictions

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The historic “Freedom Convoy 2022” that took to the Canadian streets and is putting Justin Trudeau’s government in check, could be replicated in the United States next March 5, according to the official website of the Defeat the Mandates initiative.

“In solidarity with the global phenomenon Freedom Convoy from Canada, the American truckers in The People’s Convoy will join forces with the Defeat The Mandates rally in Southern California on March 5th (exact location to be announced soon).”

“This event will be in the heart of mandate country and a continuation of the historic rally on January 23rd in Washington, DC,” reads the website where the convoy is being organized in the United States. “The next day, March 6th, we will send off the American truckers as they start their trek from California to DC, sending them off in spirit with peace and love.”

As announced by Defeat the Mandates, the march will be attended by doctors, activists and prominent leaders who take a stand against health mandates. Artists, musicians, actors and athletes will also participate.

Un convoy “al estilo canadiense” saldrá desde California hasta Washington DC para protestar contra mandatos sanitarios
One of the slogans of the convoy that will leave from California. (Screenshot)

The goal of the demonstration, as can be read on the website, is to end the division and segregation being generated by health mandates, in addition to seeking freedom at all costs, regardless of political positions or races.

“Mandates are not American. Stop the mass firings. Stop segregating by vaccination status. Stop calling Americans “unpatriotic” for making a personal medical choice,” reads one of the rally’s slogans.

Some of the sponsors of the protest are: FLCCC Alliance, Chlidren’s Health Defense, Vaccine Safety Research Foundation, Global COVID Summit and World Council for Healt.

El American will closely follow the convoy which, although not officialized, will start in Indio California. It will be interviewing, reporting and covering everything related to the convoy from the Golden State to Washington DC, where a team will be waiting for the truckers and the rest of the protesters.

Emmanuel Alejandro Rondón is a journalist at El American specializing in the areas of American politics and media analysis // Emmanuel Alejandro Rondón es periodista de El American especializado en las áreas de política americana y análisis de medios de comunicación.

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