The Los Angeles Weekly reports:
With threats of a trucker protest planned to disrupt traffic at Super Bowl LVI, Inglewood Mayor James T. Butts Jr. said they would be “towed immediately.”
Flyers have been shared across multiple social media platforms, gaining support from political figures such as Arizona Senator Wendy Rogers and former gubernatorial candidate Major Williams. The threats of a trucker convoy protest now have the city of Inglewood and security forces are on high alert, whether they are successful or not.
“They wouldn’t be able to do it because the trucks would be towed away immediately,” Mayor Butts told L.A. Weekly. “Let me be very clear… their vehicles would be towed immediately and it would cost them a lot of money.”
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After whispers of a possible trucker blockade near SoFi Stadium for the Super Bowl, Inglewood Mayor Butts said, “their vehicles would be towed immediately.”https://t.co/BhRH64OB9v
— L.A. Weekly (@LAWeekly) February 11, 2022