Known as "Freedom Convoy 2022," the effort involves more than 50,000 truckers who refuse to get jabbed for the Fauci Flu and are consequently being forced out of the industry.
The "slow roll," which raised $3.5 million worth of support in just 11 days, was joined by haulers all across the country who drive both intrastate and cross-border throughout North America. (Related: Grocery store shelves are already running bare due to the mandates.)
The GoFundMe page for the convoy currently shows support from more than 44,000 donors who are helping the truckers to be able to stay in Ottawa for as long as necessary to see the mandates removed.
"We are taking our fight to the doorsteps of our Federal Government and demanding that they cease all mandates against its people," the GoFundMe page reads.
"Small businesses are being destroyed, homes are being destroyed, and people are being mistreated and denied fundamental necessities to survive."
The money raised will be used to pay for "fuel, food and lodgings to help ease the pressures of this arduous task," the page further explains.
Over the weekend, truckers and their supporters from western Canada began their caravan east, stopping in cities and towns throughout British Columbia. Thousands of additional Alberta truck drivers joined them once they reached that province.
Well over 50,000 truckers and their supporters are estimated to be joining up with the caravan the further east it moves.
According to reports, the caravan from Edmonton alone was said to be more than 40 kilometers long before it arrived in Calgary to finish the trek to Ottawa.
"From British Columbia, estimates put their caravan, who have now joined up in Alberta on their way east, at well over 70 kilometers in length," reported LifeSiteNews.
"Truckers in Ontario and other parts of eastern Canada will begin, or already have done so, separate convoys to Ottawa in the coming days."
The Justin Trudeau regime recently reinstated a requirement that all truckers crossing the border in and out of Canada be "fully vaccinated" for the Fauci Flu by January 15.
"The mandate came despite a report that Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) said un-jabbed truck drivers would be allowed to enter Canada from the United States," LifeSiteNews further revealed.
Non-jabbed Canadian truckers entering the country from the United States will still be allowed to enter, however they will be punished with a forced covid "test" and a corresponding two-week quarantine. Non-jabbed American truckers, however, are being denied entry into Canada.
The United States imposed a similar requirement for cross-border truckers that took effect on January 22. Both mandates have created a massive trucker shortage that is damaging an already fragile supply chain.
Eastern Canada is being hit extra hard by the resulting food shortages, which will only continue to spread the longer the jab mandates remain in place.
One of the rally organizers said that the convoy was created to "love one another and forgive one another."
"They can't hurt us and they know it," this person added.
Tamara Lich from Medicine Hat, Alberta, the main organizer of the group, said in a video that she was amazed at the "beautiful sight to see" of all the truckers joined together in protest of the tyranny.
"What I'm going to ask of you is if you are inclined to pray for them because they know not what they do, and we are not here to spread hate," Lich says.
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