Mat-Su truckers and other Alaskans are invited to join a 45-mile trek to Anchorage to join forces with a larger group that will roll from Anchorage to Eagle River to show support for Canadian truckers and others suffering from Covid vax mandates.
The Mat-Su convoy meets Feb. 6. It will depart at 11 a.m. from the Trunk Road Park n’ Ride lot. From there drivers will head to Anchorage and meet their fellow protesters at the Cabela’s parking lot.
“This is a peaceful action in solidarity with the world,” a notice for the Mat-Su convoy states. “This is not about vax or anti-vax. It’s about the right to choose. This is not about politics. It’s about the freedom of the human race.”
Another rally is taking place in Fairbanks the same day, part of a national movement in defense of medical freedom against coercive Covid mandates. A similar event filled the streets of downtown Juneau this past weekend.
The Anchorage convoy will gather at Cabela’s at 1:30 p.m. and roll out at 3 p.m., headed north on C Street, right on 6th Avenue and then take the North Eagle River Exit through downtown Eagle River to the Lion’s Club (18344 Eagle River Rd.). Click here for more information.
The Fairbanks convoy includes multiple routs from Delta, Healy and surrounding areas. According to a notice for the event, vehicles will converge at the Carlson Center in Fairbanks at 3 p.m. “to protest tyrannical mandates, stand for freedom, stand for the future.” Click here for more information.