Clinton was in full knowledge that the US was sending arms from Libya to Syria
Senator Rand Paul said that former secretary of state Hillary Clinton could be sent to prison for five years for lying to Congress about Syrian weapons.
Clinton was in full knowledge that the US was sending arms from Libya to Syria back in 2011, a full year before the Benghazi consulate attacks.
Rand Paul then quizzed Clinton about the gun running program back in January 2013 during her testimony on the Benghazi terrorist attack.
In July Julian Assange informed Democracy Now that the Wikileaks DNC emails contained vital information regarding the weapons shipments to Syria.
On Thursday Rand Paul said Hillary could get five years in prison for lying to Congress about the US arming Syrian rebels.
Eric Bolling: Julian Assange, who has Wikileaks, says there are some emails that pretty much tie Hillary Clinton to knowing about some weapons that may have been going through Libya to some of the ISIS fighters… Now if Wikileaks in fact does have emails proving that she did know what does that mean to you?
Sen. Rand Paul: It’s a felony to lie to Congress. You can get five years in prison. And we can’t continue to say the Clintons are above the law. I do believe that the CIA annex in Benghazi was procuring weapons, some of them to get them away from the jihadists in Libya. But some of it to ferry those weapons through Turkey, into Syria. There have been many, many first hand accounts, The New York Times, London Times, Washington Times have all reported on this… I find it hard to believe that Hillary Clinton, who all the news report have said she was the biggest advocate for arming the Islamic rebels in Syria, many of them turned out to be not only enemies of ours, some of them also turned out to be enemies of Israel.
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