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Truckers stage massive convoy to protest Canadian vaccination mandates

Bobby Dylan

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Hundreds of vehicles, thousands of people join in action

Truckers in Canada have assembled a convoy of their massive vehicles – leaving Vancouver and heading toward their government's seat, in Ottawa – to protest the nation's COVID-19 vaccination mandates.

And while government officials reject the statement being made as "fringe," supporters of the truckers say it's something else altogether.

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And whether its hundreds – or thousands – of vehicles and people involved, it's certainly more than "fringe."

Fox News reported the protest could even set a record, as Benjamin Dichter, a spokesman for the Freedom Convoy 2022, told the Toronto Sun, the convoy is "70 kilometers long," or more than 40 miles.

"I have seen footage from an airplane. It’s impressive," he said.

The Canadian Trucking Alliance estimates that roughly 15% of truckers in the country are not fully vaccinated, or about 16,000 truck drivers.

The Guinness World Records suggests the longest convoy recorded took place in Egypt in 2020, coming in at nearly five miles long.

The Sun estimated up to 50,000 trucks ultimately could be involved, but even without reaching that number, the message defies Prime Minister Justice Trudeau's claim that the protest is a "small fringe minority."

He called the views of the truckers "completely unacceptable."