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Scheer says he 'didn't hear' question about Clinton 'pizzagate' lie during town hall

CBC.ca Friday, 8 March 2019
Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said today he "didn't hear" a question about an infamous — and debunked — conspiracy theory connecting the Clinton Foundation to a child sex ring during a town hall event in Kitchener, Ont. last night.
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