Truckers plan a strike on Veterans day and Nov. 26-29


Published by iTrucker at 10 Nov

Truckers plan a strike on Veterans day and Nov. 26-29

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Story by: Mario Pawlowski  CEO at iTrucker and  Truckers of Past, Present, and Future Facebook Group



A group of truck drivers plans to go on strike against the “Green New Deal” and ban on Fracking by the incoming  Biden administration. The strike will take place on Wednesday, Nov. 11 ( A Veteran’s Day) and Nov. 26-29.

One of the organizers of the “StopTheTires2020″ Facebook group Jeremy Riewoldt wrote in a Facebook post.

“Our message is simple and hopefully effective. We fully intend to exercise our rights and will not have politicians making crippling decisions, that will negatively affect our future and the future of our children.

President Trump has worked diligently for four long years to protect the rights and freedoms of all Americans, and very importantly the blue-collar workers of this country.

The blue-collar workers are literally the ones that make the wheels turn! Without truck drivers, this country could not survive for long. Our intention is not to harm anyone. We would like to make a point that we do NOT wish for any companies or private truck drivers, supplying any kind of medical supplies and/or services, to participate in our movement.

We will not participate in the leftist, Biden/Harris Green New Deal. We do not support the banning of fracking. The United States of America operates as a capitalistic economy and OIL is the fuel she survives on.

With this being said, we will STOP ALL TIRES for 24 hours on Veterans Day 11/11/20. If this is not effective and our leaders do not respect that blue-collar truck drivers are having to face domestic terrorism, primarily in democrat run cities all over the United States, and that we do not support the banning of fracking in any way, then we will have our second STOP OF TIRES for FOUR full days 11/26/20-11/29/20.

We are calling for all patriots to share this all over the country. We may not last long on Facebook, but please do not be deterred, and continue to share this on any social media or other outlets, that you have available to you. Thank you & God Bless America”


Source and credits: Mario Pawlowski, iTruckerTruckers of Past, Present, and Future Facebook Group, StopTheTires2020″ Facebook group


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