We have all been following the large and very peaceful protests taking place in Canada. The usual media culprits, who raised the Antifa and BLM rioters up on a pedestal, were busy trying to make the peaceful Canadian protestors out to be terrible people for standing up for their freedoms.
These protests sparked protests all over the world to fight against the mandates which have done so much damage to people, businesses and economies around the globe.
Recently, a group of individuals came together, here in the U.S., wanting to show Canadians their support and to also take a stand against these terrible mandates and passports. So, they decided to get together and form a convoy of vehicles to roll across the nation from every major point within the United States. As the word began to spread like wildfire, so did the energy to actually make this happen. Knowing some of these convoys would certainly be rolling through Iowa, a group of freedom-loving Iowans started working hard to show their support as the convoy passes through our great state. As a result, the Iowa version of the Midwest Freedom Convoy to DC was formed.
While many of us aren’t against getting the jab, we are very much against forced jab mandates. We want freedom of choice to choose our own health options, as it should be in a free society… or are we? The leaders at Midwest Freedom Convoy to DC otherwise known as the American Freedom Convoy made this the most important reason this convoy needs to happen, along with expectations for legislation to be passed preventing any further mandates or economic killing shutdowns.
Organizers have recently released a participant signup page, with information to help protect those involved which was generously provided by the Great American Patriot Project and an American Truckers Freedom Fund as a way of helping provide financial assistance on many levels.
While a convoy is being planned to travel through Iowa, there are no planned blockades. All participants are expected to remain peaceful and civil while looking out for the safety and well-being of everyone involved on every level. So, you may just want to show up and offer up your support for this historical event, on March 4th, at various staging points around the state, and then show your enthusiasm as they take off and pass through Iowa on the morning of March 5th.