The trucker Ride for the Constitution has been underway since 7 AM this morning. The live broadcast has had hundreds of callers, the chat has over 300 people participating and the movement continues to grow.
While news agencies reported National Guard would be out, those reports had been proven as false. A commenter to a Freedom Outpost article by Dean Garrison contacted Senator Inhofe's office, who also indicated those reports were false.
About an hour ago, it was reported on the live broadcast of the Ride for the Constitution that a family in DC had seen and taken photos of National Guard troops in buses along the roadside. These were forwarded to Larry Klayman who was to present them on Neal Cavuto; but, Rupert Murdock refused to have this aired on Fox News. Additionally, it has been intimated the troops were going to close I-95 into Washington. Because of these developments, the trucks have been pulled back temporarily.
A few minutes ago, General Lee, who was on the live broadcast, was in downtown Washington, DC making his way to an interview with the Wall Street Journal digital. The host, Pete Santilli, asked the General to tell the reporter to contact him so additional information could be imparted.
There have been ongoing attempts to disrupt the show, the chat room and the call-in line. These attacks have been through individuals who are not in support of the effort or disagree with the host of the live broadcast. Skype has had problems as well with some of the associate hosts maintaining a connection. Pete Santilli has identified on the air that news organizations have done everything to sabotage the coverage of this event.
Several problems have occurred technically that were originally thought to be subversive attempts to quash the broadcast and information being disseminated to the public. As far as it is known at this time, all technical difficulties have been resolved.
This event will continue and will be maintained for the entire three days, no matter who or what tries to stop this.
This article will be updated with pictures and more information as they become available…
UPDATE:Attorney Larry Klayman, who has several lawsuits against Barack Hussein Obama and the founder of Freedomwatchusa.org, appeared live via phone call on the live broadcast for the Ride for the Constitution trucker march on Washington, DC. Mr. Klayman is in Washington with the organizers of the trucker march. Per Mr. Klayman, there have been threats of retaliation against members of the ride. A picture was provided to Mr. Klayman showing buses with troops near Washington; however, it was unclear if there were arms in the vehicles.
Mr. Klayman is asking that anyone with any information regarding threats made against the truckers or information regarding National Guard troops on the ground, that he be contacted through his organization, Freedom Watch USA.
Editor's Note: Larry Klayman is a busy man, but I've texted him to see if we can obtain the pictures in this article to get the information out to people if Fox won't take them. In either case, if we are able to obtain the pictures, we will post them as an update to the article.
UPDATE:A You Tube video showing Larry Klayman has just been posted indicating that many of the truckers were harassed and threatened by government, which understandably scared a few as they have to make a living. He explains in a few details that one of the threats was arrest.
UPDATE: Larry Klayman emailed us the following photos of the bus mentioned above. According to Klayman, he did not see these buses or National Guard troops, but these came from people that he met at the monuments in Washington. Tonya Phelps was the name given of the person who said this is what she saw. Here are the photos seen below. Obviously, the bus is visible, but we are unable to verify Ms. Phelps' claims.
Mr. Klayman also told Freedom Outpost that he was not going to be mentioning the issue raised yesterday on the Peter Santilli show regarding Larry Nichols open confession to being a hitman for hire for Bill and Hillary Clinton. "I think that is BS," he told Freedom Outpost.
UPDATE: We have called the Washington DC National Guard to get confirmation as to wheteher or not they were on the road. So far, no calls have been returned.
*Correction: The title was first labeled that National Guard had boarded trucks. They have not. We have corrected the title to reflect that.