Big Spring, TX – Having encircled the U.S. Capitol for several weeks, calling attention to the need to drop nationwide Covid mandates, the People’s Convoy is headed west. After departing Hagerstown MD on March 31, the convoy moved south to Charlotte, NC. From there, west on highway 40 with Sacramento, CA as the new destination. But the plan is an eventual return to Washington, D.C.
“We have an opportunity to help raise awareness and hopefully stop some very atrocious bills before they become laws. This mission directly aligns with what The People’s Convoy stands for and is fighting against.” said Mike Landis, a co-organizer. “Laws first passed in California tend to spread to other states.”
The first destination for The People’s Convoy in California will be the Defeat the Mandates Rally on April 10th in Los Angeles, where convoy co-organizers will be speaking. Following the rally, the convoy will go to the California statehouse in Sacramento to protest the ten objectionable COVID-19 bills that are up before the legislature–referenced in detail in the 03-28-2022 press release titled “Goin’ Back to California.”
“Hearings are getting scheduled for these bills over the next two weeks and we know it is much easier to stop this horrible legislation before the vote, rather than after. We will raise awareness doing what we do best. Rolling on the highway.” said Landis.
These universally dangerous bills are about to be voted on in the California legislature! If passed, these bills will change everything for people who want to Live, Work or Learn in the State of CA while exercising their right to medical freedom.
If passed, these bills set the stage for other states to introduce similar laws. We know that what starts in CA, spreads to other blue and purple states, and potentially at a federal level. This affects everyone!
Share with as many people you can, make sure they understand what could happen, and start calling your representatives! For more details on how to TAKE ACTION, visit www.UnityProject.com
The People’s Convoy plans to return to the DC area on a third cross-country journey that will be announced after the mission to Sacramento. At one point there were thousands of trucks with the convoy length at over 70-miles. To date, the truckers have raised over $1,760,000 in donations to fund their efforts.