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WATCH: Trucker Convoy Organizer Spouts Conspiracy Theories, Claims Covid-19 “Wasn’t Deadly”

WATCH: Trucker Convoy Organizer Spouts Conspiracy Theories, Claims Covid-19 “Wasn’t Deadly”

As the ‘Freedom Convoy’ in Canada continues to carry out its mission of blocking border crossings and demonstrating loudly about vaccine mandates, groups of truckers in the U.S. are also starting to form up to carry out similar protests.

DETROIT, MI – FEBRUARY 08: Trucks sit idle on Interstate 75 as cars drive by on February 8, 2022 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Emily Elconin/Getty Images)

These loosely-associated pockets of protestors are still somewhat back-and-forth on just what goals they’d like to accomplish, ranging from shutting down the Super Bowl to vigilante patrols at the border between the U.S. and Mexico. However, one plan that does seem to be forming is a convoy to Washington, D.C., which Politico reports is slated to meet up in California on March 4th, and then travel across the country to the nation’s Capital.

One of the organizers, Maureen Steele, can be seen in the clip below explaining why she’s protesting against mandates, which seems to center on the unverified claim that the virus was deliberately engineered for nefarious reasons, anthat it “wasn’t deadly.”

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“…this pandemic and COVID-19 just didn’t need to happen. This wasn’t deadly. It was created to be deadlier than it ever should have been…we want the truth to come out. The genie’s coming out of the bottle already, and Americans deserve the truth, and we deserve to feel safe in our own country.”

According to MSN, Steele has previously appeared on Eric Bolling’s Newsmax show as part of a panel to discuss the convoy, which the organizers claim will have 1,000 trucks participating, and will be able to protect donated funds from consequences like the convoy in Canda faced, when GoFundMe shut their fundraiser down due to violations of law.

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