Scheer says he didn't hear question about Clinton 'pizzagate' lie during town hall - 2019-03-08

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F182.png Scheer says he didn't hear question about Clinton 'pizzagate' lie during town hall March 8, 2019, Catharine Tunney, CBC News

Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer said today he didn't hear a question asked at a town hall event about an infamous — and widely debunked — conspiracy theory connecting former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton to a child sex ring.

At one point during the event in Kitchener, Ont. last night, a member of the audience rose to ask Scheer a two-minute question touching on several subjects, including immigration funding and international aid. He then linked Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to the mythical conspiracy known as "pizzagate," which gained traction around the 2016 United States presidential election.

"Trudeau gave $600 million to the Clinton Foundation. The Clinton Foundation is part of child trafficking and child sacrifice, if you study it. It's in the pizzagate," he said.

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