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“F**k Around & Find Out”: Truckers Warn Loads to NYC Will Be Rejected Starting Monday

Truck drivers transport between 70% to 73% of all freight in the United States. Therefore, when truckers begin discussing plans on social media to boycott loads to progressive hellhole New York City, it’s important to pay attention.

X user Chicago1Ray, who appears to be a Midwest truck driver, shared a video late Friday night detailing that a number of truck drivers will begin denying loads to NYC on Monday.

“I don’t know how far across the country this is – or how many truckers are going start denying loads to NYC – but I’ll tell you – you f**k around and find out,” Chicago1Ray said.

He continued: “We’re tired of motherf**king leftist f**king with Trump. Okay … Motherfu**ers start to get tired of this shit. Our bosses aren’t going to care if we deny loads. We’ll go somewhere else.”

“You know how hard it is to get in and out of NYC?” the trucker emphasized.

By Saturday morning, the video had amassed nearly 3 million views. This comes after a New York judge handed former President Trump a penalty of $355 million plus interest on his civil fraud case.

Here’s what X users are saying about the potential trucker boycott of NYC:

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  • Snickers says:

    BEYOND LOVE THIS AND THE TRUCKERS!!! YEE-HAW!!!
    ONE FOR USA!!!

  • Meee says:

    I back the truckers all the way. WE the people have the power. They better be careful, or a civil war will break out.

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