Convoy organizer, BJ Dichter, calls success in Ottawa just the start


He said that what really got him upset was the enforcement of the QR codes and the COVID digital passport - things, he said, he was concerned would become the basis for "an entire surveillance state." "That was going to lead to massive tracking beyond what is normally done," he said.

He insisted that the convoy was only the start of his efforts to wake Canadians up to what is happening in our country. For now, though, he has to wait out the recuperation of his ankle surgery in February, having broken both the fibula and tibia slipping on an Ottawa sidewalk.

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