The freedom convoy isn’t going anywhere!
Videos have surfaced on social media that show hundreds of cowboys and cowgirls riding horseback in Coutts, Alberta.
The group of cowboys and cowgirls arrived in Coutts to show their support towards the truckers who are currently forming a blockade there.
Truckers, farmers, cowboys, and other demonstrators have chosen Coutts as a place to hunker down because it borders Montana and Canada and is used as a major crossing site that’s essential to Canada’s supply chain.
Watch the moment the cowboys and cowgirls started their own convoy here:
BREAKING: A hundred Canadian cowboys just showed up to the blockade in Alberta pic.twitter.com/ZL4IxnMO6h
— Jack Poso 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) February 5, 2022
Stallions, cowboys, Canadian flags and hockey sticks – Coutts, Alberta. https://t.co/O6fETSJhij
— Rowan Thee Stallion 🏇 (@canmericanized) February 6, 2022
Alaska Highway News had more on the story:
In Alberta, protesters on horseback have joined a truck blockade of a southern Alberta highway near the U.S. border crossing at Coutts today.
RCMP Cpl. Gina Slaney says more than 100 horses appear to be at the protest against COVID-19 restrictions that began on Highway 4 last weekend.
Slaney says the horses were brought to the scene in trailers, and that food trucks also arrived today.
She says traffic is still moving in both directions across the Canada-U.S. border.
The protesters agreed earlier in the week to open some lanes for traffic so truckers could haul cargo across the border.
While truckers in Alberta are holding the line, Canadians in Ottawa are doing the same:
TRUMP flag made it’s way into Ottawa 😍❤️🇺🇸🇨🇦 pic.twitter.com/652AtIiOug
— Judy (@USAMyFreedom) February 6, 2022
This terrifies Trudeau
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) February 6, 2022