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WATCH: Tucker Carlson speaks with Convoy to DC co-organizer of after their Facebook page was banned

"Canada motivated us to take action and to stand up here in the United States. It's not just our constitutional rights. It's our rights as a human being on the global scale."

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Katie Daviscourt Seattle WA
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The co-organizer of the American truck convoy to DC joined Fox News' Tucker Carlson on Thursday and discussed Facebook banning the event's page.

Brian Brase, the co-organizer of the American truck convoy to DC, told Carlson that Facebook banned the group for violating their "QAnon standards."

"None of us are associated with any of that. There was none of that posted on the Facebook (page). They won't prove that's what it was. They won't show us what it was and they wiped out two of the administrators Facebook profiles all together. They can't even make a profile. They are completely banned," Brase explained.

"We have been advocating for being very center. It's not a right issue. It's not a left issue. This is an American issue. This is a human issue. We are standing up to the mandates as a constitutional violation," Brase said.

Brase said that although the vaccine mandates don't pertain to truckers in the United States, they are organizing the convoy to stand up for those who are under the requirement; like law enforcement, military, healthcare workers, and teachers.

"Canada motivated us to take action and to stand up here in the United States. It's not just our constitutional rights. It's our rights as a human being on the global scale. This is a major violation of our human rights, where some would call out God given rights," Brase told the Fox News host.

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