There they go again.

Eagle-eyed viewers of the CNN Obamacare debate between Sens. Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders caught a woman reading a printed question on a piece of paper that plainly featured the Gmail logo and “Your question” as the subject line:

Here Carol Hardaway is clearly reading the question from the email:

“I have multiple sclerosis but could not afford insurance. Without the treatment or medications I need, I had problems with walking, with my speech and my vision.

“When the Affordable Care Act was passed, I moved from our home state of Texas because they refused to expand Medicaid, to Maryland and within two weeks I started receiving treatments through Medicaid and am now well enough to work as a substitute teacher.

“Sen. Cruz, can you promise me that you and the Republican leaders in Congress will actually have a replacement plan in place for people like me who depend on their medicaid? In other words, I like my coverage, can I keep it?

Democrat email released by Wikileaks in October showed CNN contributor Donna Brazile had shared debate questions with Hillary Clinton.

The Observer reported:

On October 31, DNC Interim Chair Donna Brazile was once again implicated in the WikiLeaks emails, shown to have broken the neutrality she was supposed to uphold as a DNC vice chair. In the most recent emails, Brazile forwards more debate questions to the Clinton campaign and confirms she received them from journalist and pundit Roland Martin. “I’ll send a few more. Though some questions Roland submitted,” she wrote in one email.

“One of the questions directed to HRC tomorrow is from a woman with a rash.” Brazile wrote in a separate email also released on October 31. “Her family has lead poison and she will ask what, if anything, will Hillary do as president to help the ppl of Flint.”

So who supplied the question on Tuesday? CNN? The DNC?