Truckers Put Breaks On Planned Biden Protest

P. Gardner Goldsmith | November 24, 2020
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The “Stop the Tires” strike to protest Joe Biden has been postponed.

Organizers have put the brakes on the protest event originally scheduled from 11/26 to 11/29.

According to WBTW, based in Myrtle Beach, SC, the organizers of the strike have postponed it until further notice. The movement attracted great attention, but…

“…Stop the Tires 2020 creator Jeremy Rewoldt has backed away from calls for a work stoppage, saying, “Now is not the time.” Rewoldt discusses in a vlog how the overwhelming growth of the Facebook group took him by surprise and thrust him into a position of leadership he had not anticipated.”

Indeed, in a conversation on YouTube channel, The Post Trip, Rewoldt explained:

“The timing of the soapbox I wanted to stand on is way too late, or way too early…”

But, as the Stop The Tires Facebook page notes, and as numerous truckers have said in TikTok videos posted on the page, the truckers are ready to stop deliveries at any time to show their anger over previous regulations imposed on them by Obama and Biden, and to show their opposition to a Biden Administration that might try to institute even more, including the patently unconstitutional “Green New Deal”, which would increase fuel prices to the point where many truckers would be unable to afford doing their work.