ANALYSIS: Scheer's lack of experience in dealing with protesters - 2019-09-27

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F0.png ANALYSIS: Scheer's lack of experience in dealing with protesters September 27, 2019, Mike Le Couteur, Global News

The words "bonjour, tout le monde" had barely crossed Andrew Scheer's lips when a man in the room began shouting at the Conservative leader.

As he was wrestled to the floor by the campaign's private security, the protester, who had been posing as a journalist, asked Scheer how he can justify a climate policy that includes building more pipelines. It's likely the man didn't want to hear the answer — nor would he have the chance as he was quickly and forcefully removed from the location.

All the while, Scheer stood patiently waiting for the incident to be over so he could go back to his speech on the 40-inch-screen TV teleprompter and get back to his message of the day.

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{{cite news | first = Mike Le | last = Couteur | title = ANALYSIS: Scheer's lack of experience in dealing with protesters | url = https://globalnews.ca/news/5957438/andrew-scheer-protestors/ | work = Global News | date = September 27, 2019 | accessdate = September 27, 2019 }}