Peoples Convoy Protesting Covid Mandates Rolls Through Oklahoma and Missouri

CUBA, Mo. – The Peoples Convoy, consisting of truckers and their supporters, continue their cross-country journey to Washington, D.C. with the stated purpose of “Ending The Declaration Of National Emergency Concerning The Covid-19 Pandemic.”


As of Monday night, the organizers had raised over $ 1,532,000 to support their efforts. According to an Oklahoma Highway Patrol report, the convoy now includes 7,000 vehicles and is 30 MILES LONG! However, the convoy is destined to get bigger. According to reports from convoy organizers, there are SIX more convoys on their way to Indianapolis to meet with The Peoples Convoy on Wednesday March 2nd.


There is also a rally planned for that same date at Ted Everett Farm Equipment at 7 pm in Monrovia, MO. The indoor venue will seat over 2,000 people.


The Peoples Convoy has also spurred other demonstrations against the Covid-19 mandates in various cities across the country, including a large gathering Monday in Las Vegas, NV.

Las Vegas demonstrators on Monday


On March 1, the truckers will have traveled two-thirds of their planned trip – enroute to D.C. A map of the route is posted on their website – Origin of the convoy followed a similar event in Canada in early February protesting the policies of the Canadian government.