Authentication Issue for public shopify app

GBCorpDisk
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I am new to APIs and I am trying to build a public Shopify app with python and Flask. I am using the starting example I found at https://github.com/garettB/shopify-flask-example/tree/master/src All of the functions in the server.py file have a decorator of @helpers.verify_web_call or a similar call to the functions in helpers.py. I have added new routes to the server.py. The def products_linking(): example I gave below is one of those routes. I can successfully navigate to the routes but without the decorator I'm running into authentication errors. The following is a function that I have added.

@app.route('/products_linking', methods=['GET'])
# @helpers.verify_web_call
def products_linking():
    shop = request.args.get('shop')
    global ACCESS_TOKEN
    if ACCESS_TOKEN:
        url = f'https://{shop}.myshopify.com/admin/api/2021-10/'
        def get_products():
            endpoint = 'products.json'
            r = requests.get(url + endpoint)
            return r.json()
        products = get_products()
        print(products)
        print(shop)
        return render_template('products_linking.html', shop=shop, products=products)

As you can see the decorator for verifying web calls is commented out. The app will run like this but when I click on the products_linking route, the terminal prints out the following for the products and shop variable.

{'errors': '[API] Invalid API key or access token (unrecognized login or wrong password)'}
None

If I attempt to navigate to the products_linking route without the decorator commented out I receive a 400 level response and the following:

hmac None
data b''

Here is the function from the helpers.py file

def verify_web_call(f):
    @wraps(f)
    def wrapper(*args, **kwargs) -> bool:
        get_args = request.args
        hmac = get_args.get('hmac')
        sorted(get_args)
        data = '&'.join([f"{key}={value}" for key, value in get_args.items() if key != 'hmac']).encode('utf-8')
        if not verify_hmac(data, hmac):
            logging.error(f"HMAC could not be verified: \n\thmac {hmac}\n\tdata {data}")
            abort(400)

        shop = get_args.get('shop')
        if shop and not is_valid_shop(shop):
            logging.error(f"Shop name received is invalid: \n\tshop {shop}")
            abort(401)
        return f(*args, **kwargs)
    return wrapper

Any ideas as to why I'm receiving these responses would be greatly appreciated.

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