Bulford alleges Trudeau’s photographer snapped racist flag
At the Emergencies Act Inquiry on Friday, Daniel Bulford said he believed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s personal photographer Adam Scotti snapped a picture of a man holding a confederate flag. 

Mike Campbell

November 5, 2022

At the Emergencies Act Inquiry on Friday, Daniel Bulford said he believed Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s personal photographer Adam Scotti snapped a picture of a man holding a confederate flag. 

Bulford alleges Trudeau's photographer snapped racist flag
Bulford alleges Trudeau’s photographer snapped racist flag. Photo credit: CPAC

Bulford is one of the freedom convoy organizers. He spent 15 years in the RCMP, including serving as a sniper observer in the National Division Emergency Response team to protect Trudeau. He resigned in 2021 due to vaccine mandates.

“I did see a photograph of a gentleman who I know to be a photographer that follows Mr. Trudeau around on a regular basis taking a shot of a gentleman carrying a confederate flag,” Bulford said.

“It appeared staged to me.” 

Scotti and the PMO have denied Bulford’s claims. 

In January, during the first days of the protest, pictures surfaced of a few demonstrators holding racist flags. One image revealed an individual with red hair holding a top-end camera and snapping photos near a Confederate flag.

The picture led to allegations that Scotti was taking the photos because he has a camera and red facial hair and lives in Ottawa.

“I didn’t leave the house, and yet, they still came for me. How was your weekend?” Scotti said in January. 

The CBC said the accusation is “false.” 

The unknown Confederate flag waver was also caught on video. 

Bulford recalled video evidence which shows protesters asking the man holding the racist flag to leave, saying he wasn’t welcome at the demonstrations. 

Government lawyer Paul Champ responded, ‘Right, all the convoy protestors left confederate flags at home like Mr. Barber?’ 

In his testimony, Barber acknowledged he runs a store with a confederate flag, which is no longer displayed.

In March, Rebel News released a video about a swastika flag photographed during the demonstrations. Reporter Alexandra Lavoie argued that photos of the swastika were taken in an area closed to the public. 

“Someone was allowed to take the picture in this area — so my question is, who was it? How did they enter? And why were they there at the perfect moment when nobody else saw the Nazi flag?” 

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