Granting bulkadmin doesn't actually give that person INSERT authority to any table.
Any user would still need standard GRANT INSERT on a table or a role containing that authority to insert to the table.
Bulkadmin simply allows them to do bulk inserts, for example, by using the BULK INSERT statement, against tables upon which they already have separate INSERT authority.
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