The United We Roll convoy traveled thousands of miles, through thick and thin, including false allegations thrown around by the mainstream media, and Liberal politicians turning up their noses at them.
As we showed you with our ongoing coverage at RebelConvoy.com, over seventy-five vehicles were on Parliament Hill last week with a message to Trudeau: Scrap Bills C-48 and 69, build pipelines, and end the carbon tax.
The convoy made it home this week, and were welcomed as heroes by locals. I spoke with the two main organizers, Glenn Carritt and Haley Wile, who expressed their gratitude to all the ordinary Canadians who came out, often at night and in freezing temperatures, to offer refreshments and moral support.
The organizers were especially grateful to Ontarians they met on the way.
One individual spoke to me about how the convoy gave a voice to Albertans who so often feel forgotten by the federal government. It is easy to ignore retweets and angry Facebook users, but when hundreds of tonnes of machinery, equipment, and trucks are at Trudeau's doorstep, it is much harder to ignore.