People's Convoy En Route to Fight EVIL California Legislation: Lyin' A$$ MSM Claims "Failure" and "Defeat"
Brace yourselves because I am pissed! All patriots should be pissed because, no sooner had Mike Landis and The People's Convoy voted last night to make a quick round trip to California to fight the most heinous legislation ever proposed to destroy Californians and their children, than the Devil's own lyin' a$$ Mainstream Media claimed they'd "admitted defeat" and "given up."
That's when I began sharpening my quill, dipping it in venom and doing battle on Facebook!!! For shame, MSM! Remember the 9th Commandment!?! Oh, naughty, naughty. I wouldn't want to be in your shoes on Judgment Day!
Click to magnify these summaries of the bills coming before the California Legislature. They'll make your blood run cold.
Let's face it: The People's Convoy (TPC) is a modest crowd. Maybe it's because they're a trifle older than the Ottawa Convoy, but when great kindness happens they tend to hide their light under a bushel when it should be splashed around social media. Since they're such a humble bunch, that's another way we can help the movement: do the splashing for them! #goodPR
Our story begins with a video so adorable it has me in tears every time I watch it and I've watched it a lot. Remember Marcus Sommers? He's the behind-the-scenes Leadership guy who managed the Convoy early last week while Brian and Mike were elsewhere.
What we didn't know is that when the Convoy took off from Adelanto, Marcus left his truck at home to focus on organizing/managing the Convoy. Being truckless was torture for him. As his wife, Michelle, phrased it, "He was feeling like a biker at Sturgis without a Harley." So Michelle and Marcus' friends arranged a very special surprise for him.
Back at home, Mrs. Sommers packed Marcus' truck with clean clothes, food and a sign that read, "Miss you, Big Daddy xoxo" and his friends drove his truck all the way to Hagerstown. When a shocked Marcus saw his beloved truck driving into the speedway, well! Words can't describe his reaction. Turn up your speakers and watch this adorable moment caught on video! If you don't shed a tear, you're made of sterner stuff than I am!
1 Huge Misunderstanding about The People's Convoy: Their Goal is DIFFERENT than Ottawa's Goal
Okay. I'm done. I've "had it up to here." The Mainstream Media and even the Conservative Media both keep misstating the main goal of The People's Convoy (TPC). Good grief, people! Figure this shit out! It ain't rocket science! Ottawa and Hagerstown have different goals!
Meet People's Convoy Co-Leaders, Brian Brase and Mike Landis: "There's no way that you can't believe in God after experiencing this [convoy]."
You've heard them barely mentioned (or totally ignored) by the Conservative Media. You've heard them misquoted by the Mainstream Media. So who exactly are Brian Brase and Mike Landis, highschool friends turnedco-founders/leaders of The People's Convoy (TPC) in their own words?
On Wednesday morning (3/23/2022), Brian spent an hour with the convoy's YouTube livestreamers, answering all their questions, and later Mike Landis chatted with Sasnak in his truck for a couple hours. (Scroll down for the videos and their social media links. Calm down, Ladies! Both Brian and Mike are spoken for.)
Freedom Truck Convoys are Difficult, But "Convoying" On Foot is Even Harder: Meet Warrant Officer James Topp!
For twenty-eight years, he served his country with pride. Now the Canadian Military is releasing him and threatening his pension under Item 5F simply because he won't "follow a direct order" by taking the death jab. Meet Warrant Officer James Topp, twenty-eight year military veteran and reservist from British Columbia, who's currently on Day 31 of his 4,293 km (2,668 mile) trek marching on foot from Vancouver to Ottawa for Freedom.
Like so many of us, the Canadian Freedom Convoy gave James "something to live for." After refusing the jab and losing almost everything he loved and cared about, the Convoy inspired him to follow in their wheel marks in the spirit of Terry Fox's legendary 1980s Marathon for Hope.
When he reaches Ottawa, James will lay his Regular Army retirement flag on the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier...if The-Powers-That-Be allow him anywhere near it.
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