Montana women join ‘convoy to DC’, moms ride


Watch out Washington, DC – the mama bears are coming. The Moms for America are on the “Convoy to DC” with their own specially designed tractor-trailer, and Montana mom Jenna McKinney says she rides with them.

McKinney is the founding member of the Montana Chapter of Moms for America, which advocates for children and parents in the wake of harmful COVID restrictions and mandates in schools across the United States. She joins Rebekah Ricks with the Florida Chapter to lead Moms for America “Trucking for Freedom.” They even have a truck driver mom.

She tells me the group will also hold a press conference at the upcoming Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

We were also able to reach a woman from Montana by the name of Maureen Steele who is one of the main organizers of the Convoy to DC. She called the national radio show Montana Talks with Aaron Flint on Tuesday to give the final details.

Maureen Steele: Some of the major truckers are on their way to Adelanto Stadium in California, Barstow area, and we’re going to set up. Some truckers started arriving last night, actually. But at noon today, we prepare to leave and deploy tomorrow at 11 a.m.

Steele says the people’s convoy is the official convoy that has been endorsed by several of the key players. Listen to his full phone call below:

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