MAGA Truckers Say They Refuse NYC Loads Following Trump Verdict 

MAGA truckers, supporters of former President Donald Trump, say they will refuse to drive loads from and to New York City after the $355 million verdict in the Trump civil fraud trial.

A trucker named “Chicago Ray” on X took to the platform on social media Friday evening and posted a video in which he expressed the outrage of his fellow truckers at the verdict.

“I’ve been on the radio for over an hour, and I’ve talked to at least (10) Truckers who are gonna start refusing loads of Monday for (NYC)…I talked to (3) guys that I work with who texted the boss and told him no (NYC),” posted Chicago Ray on X.

“Truckers are (95%)n Trump…it’ll get overturned on appeal, but you know how f**ken hard it is to get one of these mfrs into (NYC) cut the bulls**t I’ll cya down the road.”

Chicago Ray said in the video that truckers were “tired with you leftists” focused on ‘getting Trump,’ and added bosses for the truckers didn’t care where loads are dropped.

“I don’t wish nothing on nobody, but what I’m hearing, this is real,” Chicago Ray said, wearing a cap that said “TRUMP” across the top.

Ray’s post had been viewed over 5.4 million times by Sunday morning and received more than 54,000 likes. 

Since Chicago Ray shared his video, several others have commented on supporting the pending boycott. 

“40 YEAR TRUCK DRIVER HERE, NOT OTR ANYMORE, BUT TRUCKERS CAN SHUT DOWN NYC,” posted Scott Reagan on Chicago Ray’s thread.

“We can always rely on the ‘Trucker’ to restore some semblance of ‘the right thing’ in response,” posted Marvin Davis. “Thank You from the many here on ‘X’ for your courage to stand up to the Marxist leftists…”

“God bless our truckers. The people need to show their power. Enough. Bud Light for N.Y. it is,” posted Nomuck.

“God bless the truckers. [muscle emoji, fist emoji], posted Jule Taylor.

Protesters drove to the southern border last month

Just late last month, a convoy comprised of protesters that calls themselves “God’s Army” drove to the southern border of the U.S., with organizers aiming to expose President Joe Biden’s administration’s lenient immigration policies.

“To the naysayers: We’re just ordinary citizens, farmers, ranchers, retired police officers. Not crazy conspiracy theorists,” said organizer for Take Our Border Back, Kim Yeater, to the New York Post. “It will be a peaceful assembly of Americans of all political classes and all ethnicities.”

GOP Texas Governor Greg Abbott, along with 15 Republican governors, later joined the convoy at the border.