Ron Paul has stated that he thinks the U.S. government knew where Osama bin Laden was hiding all along, and used his existence as an excuse to invade middle eastern countries, pretending they didn’t know where he was for years.
He also claims that killing Osama during that time was the last thing the U.S. government would have wanted.
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“They knew where Bin Laden was. I don’t think they really wanted to catch him because he was used as the excuse for us, you know, invading various countries and building up the military,” he said during a radio interview on Wednesday.
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Paul was explaining his Marque and Reprisal Act following the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks and suggested Congress take up a similar measure against the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) instead of passing President Obama’s broader authorization for use of military force.
Paul’s bill would have authorized the president to issue letters to private individuals or groups to find and capture bin Laden and others responsible for the 9/11 attack, as well as provide a monetary bounty for their capture or information that may lead to their arrest.
Paul argued that “it’s pretty hard to declare war against ISIS” because it’s not a government.
“If you had a private force that was going to be paid to go over and get him [bin Laden] because they had pretty good knowledge of where he was and taking care of him early on, just think of the benefits that would have come from a very, very narrowed approach to, you know, going after those people that were participating in 9/11,” Paul said.
Paul has caught headlines with other remarks regarding the U.S. response to Ebola and the situation in Ukraine, amid moves by his son, Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.), to launch a presidential bid.
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