Military spied on Ottawa truckers' protest while Trudeau regime called those claims 'misinformation'
The Post Millennial: 'Claims that Canadian special forces surveilled over Ottawa truckers' protests in January and February, that were dismissed as false by the Trudeau Liberals, have been found to be true. Special forces operated an aircraft that was equipped with surveillance equipment, despite a directive to prohibit such activity, the Ottawa Citizen reports.
'The directive instructed Canadian Forces vehicles to not fly over the demonstration, but the report says that leaders ignored the directive since the plane being flown was owned by a private defense contractor. "The amplifications provided by the RCAF through this directive did not apply to these training activities, which were contracted outside of the RCAF," National Defence spokesman Dan Le Bouthillier said to the Citizen. The King Air aircraft flew over Ottawa on January 28, 29, February 3, 10, and 11, says Ottawa researcher Steffan Watkins.'