USA Freedom Convoy Departs California, Let’s Roll America Ground Report, Detail and Links for Updates


February 23, 2022 | Sundance | 392 Comments

Early this morning, The People’s Convoy [Facebook Page Here] departed for a 10-day freedom convoy from California to DC. The final stop is in Hagerstown, Maryland.  Friend of the Treehouse, John Spiropolous is traveling with the convoy and will be sharing ground reports along the route.

Facebook Page ~ Official Convoy Website Here ~ Press Release pdf Here

The truckers will drive anywhere from a minimum of 216 miles a day to 375 miles a day. Travel times daily range from a minimum of three and a half hours of driving to a maximum of five and three quarters hours of driving a day.  Today they departed from Adelanto Stadium, CA, and will arrive in Kingman, AZ for overnight stay. John was with the convoy as they prepared and departed, WATCH:

As John Spiropolous notes, “obviously, an individual trucker can make it from California to DC a lot faster. But for safety and security reasons, coordinating what they expect to be thousands of truckers, they’re going to take their time. My own opinion is that like that old phrase, “Life is a journey, not a destination,” the convoy’s message is the journey. The convoy gets 10 days of publicity. And with no intention of going into DC, much less encircling the Capitol, they’ll avoid a J6 type false flag op.”

Quoting the press release. “The People’s Convoy will abide by agreements with local authorities, and terminate in the vicinity of the DC area, but will NOT be going into DC proper.”  The trip should take approximately 10 days. 2,533 miles.

The message of The People’s Convoy is simple. The last 23 months of the COVID-19 pandemic have been a rough road for all Americans to travel: spiritually, emotionally, physically, and – not least – financially. With the advent of the vaccine and workable therapeutic agents, along with the hard work of so many sectors that contributed to declining COVID-19 cases and severity of illness, it is now time to re-open the country.

The average American worker needs to be able to end-run the economic hardships of the last two years and get back to the business of making bread – so they can pay their rents and mortgages and help jumpstart this economy. To that end, it’s time for elected officials to work with the blue collar and white-collar workers of America and restore accountability and liberty – by lifting all mandates and ending the state of emergency – as COVID is well-in-hand now, and Americans need to get back to work in a free and unrestricted manner.” (LINK)

Former DC journalist and ally of the Rebel Alliance, John Spiropoulos, is part of a 4-person team (2 reporters and 2 cameramen) covering the 2,500 mile event. He will be sending daily videos during the trip which will be far better than mainstream media reports.

If you would like to support John’s reporting of the convoy and help defray the costs and expenses, he has a GiveSendGo crowdfunding account set up:

GiveSendGo – Let’s Roll America

John previews what to expect:

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The People’s Convoy Route*
*Route subject to change

Day 1: Wednesday, February 23
Morning – Depart Adelanto Stadium, CA
Evening – Arrive in Kingman, AZ for overnight stay

Day 2: Thursday, February 24
Morning – Depart Kingman, AZ head east on I-40, toward Lupton, AZ
Evening – Arrive in Lupton, AZ for overnight stay

Day 3: Friday, February 25
Morning – Depart Lupton, AZ on I-40 eastbound thru New Mexico
Evening – Arrive in Glenrio, TX for overnight stay

Day 4: Saturday, February 26
Morning – Depart Glenrio, TX
Evening – Arrive in Elk City, OK area for overnight stay

Day 5: Sunday, February 27
Morning – Depart Elk City, OK area
Evening – Arrive in Vinita, OK area for overnight stay

Day 6: Monday, February 28
Morning – Depart Vinita, OK area
Evening – Arrive in Sullivan, MO area for overnight stay

Day 7: Tuesday, March 1
Morning – Depart Sullivan, MO area
Evening – Arrive in Indianapolis, IN area for overnight stay

Day 8: Wednesday, March 2
Morning – Depart Indianapolis, IN area
Evening – Pause for rest in Indianapolis, IN area for overnight stay

Day 9: Thursday, March 3
Morning – Depart Indianapolis, IN area
Evening – Arrive in Cambridge, OH area for overnight stay

Day 10: Friday, March 4
Morning – Depart Cambridge, OH area
Evening – Arrive in Hagerstown, MD area for overnight stay

Day 11: Saturday, March 5
Morning – Depart Hagerstown, MD area
Evening – Arrive in the DC Beltway area

The People’s Convoy will abide by agreements with local authorities, and terminate in the vicinity of the DC area, but will NOT be going into DC proper.

Support John Spiropoulos HERE

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