Scheer's silence is either suspicious or baffling - 2019-10-20

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F49.png Scheer's silence is either suspicious or baffling October 20, 2019, Chris Selley, National Post

The Globe and Mail reported this weekend that the Conservatives hired a consulting firm, Daisy group, to dig up dirt on Maxime Bernier and his People's Party, with a goal of keeping him out of the leaders' debates or, failing that, just generally discredit them as much as possible.

It's all very interesting. It's potentially mildly embarrassing, inasmuch as they didn't hire a better consulting firm. And honestly, no one should need outside help to raise questions about Bernier's various, shall we say, unconventional candidates. (Maybe they outsourced it because it was so easy? Like data entry?)

Undecided voters may see a would-be prime minister failing to answer dead-simple yes-or-no questions for no discernible reason — failing, even, to explain why he won't answer.

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