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The Peoples Convoy Arrives To DC Beltway!


The corporate media has completely ignored the fact that the Peoples Convoy has arrived at the DC Beltway.

Hundreds of trucks, cars, and RVs participating in the People’s Convoy arrived in DC yesterday.

The arrival of the Peoples Convoy immediately slowed traffic up on the Beltway due to the fact truckers and other participants drove slowly around the DC beltway honking their horns.

Watch the arrival here:

The New York Post had more on the story:

Hundreds of trucks, RVs and cars descended on Washington DC Sunday, with the goal of shutting down traffic around the capital in protest of COVID-19 mandates.

The “People’s Convoy,” inspired by the Canadian “Freedom Convoy” that brought Ottawa to a standstill last month, finally reached DC after departing from California last week, growing in size as others joined on the way.

The stunt on Sunday failed to bring traffic to a complete standstill, but did slow it down at certain points.

Convoy leaders said they plan to again drive slowly around Beltway – a 64-mile highway that encircles the city — on Monday.

The protesters gathered on Friday and Saturday at the Hagerstown Speedway, a racetrack in Maryland about 80 miles northwest of downtown Washington.

On Sunday, the caravan – which stretches some 2 miles – took two deliberately slow laps around the highway. They blared their horns while setting off, as onlookers waved American flags.

WTOP got the scoop too:

The People’s Convoy that came across the country to protest COVID-19 restrictions is wrapping up its second circuit of D.C.’s Beltway Sunday afternoon.

The convoy is currently heading west on the outer loop of Interstate 495 and approaching Interstate 270, where it will return to Hagerstown Speedway in Maryland.

The vehicles in the convoy have been staying in one lane and spacing out while driving a bit below the speed limit, WTOP’s Valerie Bonk reported. The convoy is about 30 to 35 minutes long.

It started in the Los Angeles area and made its way to Western Maryland on Friday. Saturday, participants in the convoy delayed plans to head to the beltway and instead held a rally. On Sunday, they hit the road in the morning. Their main goal was to protest COVID-19 mandates.

The Peoples Convoy was a lot smaller than the Freedom Convoy in Canada mainly due to the fact many truckers believed that the FBI was planning a false flag operation in DC that would result in truckers being arrested.

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