This little girl loved seeing the truckers and the flags in the Freedom Convoy so much, when she got home- she took out the toy cars and trucks in her toy box and made a freedom convoy of her own.

Here's the message I got from Tyler in Whitehall, Montana while we were talking about the freed convoy on the radio last week:

Our 3 year old daughter got to experience the freedom convoy in Whitehall, MT! 🇺🇸 She then came home and made her own.

Credit Tyler in Whitehall.
Credit Tyler in Whitehall.

We had some great phone calls and messages from all across Montana last week as the Freedom Convoy was rolling across the state. What seemed to really stand out to those who attended the rallies in support of the convoy were all of the young people in attendance.

This brought to mind the great quote from former President and then-Governor Ronald Reagan:

Perhaps you and I have lived too long with this miracle to properly be appreciative. Freedom is a fragile thing and it's never more than one generation away from extinction. It is not ours by way of inheritance; it must be fought for and defended constantly by each generation, for it comes only once to a people.  And those in world history who have known freedom and then lost it have never known it again.

It was the idea that the next generation understands the value of freedom. At the Belgrade rally we were told how two young girls approached the rally organizers and said they wanted to do the national anthem. So they did.

Here's a great photo of the helicopter flying the American flag over the Gallatin Valley that Andrea in Bozeman told me about.

Credit Mark Taylor
Credit Mark Taylor

If you want to hear the full 4 hours of our discussions and phone calls about the Freedom Convoy, along with some State of the Union Address reactions, check it out below:





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