TULSA, Okla. (KTUL) — The People's Convoy made its way through Tulsa Sunday afternoon.
The group is driving from California to Washington DC to protest COVID-19 mandates and restrictions in the U.S.
On Sunday, the group made their way from Elk City to Vinita, taking the Creek Turnpike through Tulsa.
Hundreds of supporters gathered along overpasses in Broken Arrow to cheer on the convoy.
“If we do have these grievances, then we have the opportunity to bring it forth to the government," said Chaz Jaco, who was out supporting the People's Convoy. "If the government doesn't listen, then we have a duty to reinstitute a government because 'we the people,' not we the politicians."
Folks were also gathered waiting alongside the Wills Rogers Turnpike in Catoosa, anticipating when the group would drive by.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol was out assisting with traffic control around the convoy.