Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, has revealed that Hillary Clinton earned a staggering $100,000 whilst running a company tasked with arming ISIS militants in Syria.
Assange told Democracy Now that Clinton was director of French company Lafarge whilst simultaneously serving her term as Secretary of State. Lafarge attempted to topple President Assad by arming ISIS and supporting their efforts in destabilizing the country.
Daily Pakistan reports:
“Hillary’s hacked emails include info on Hillary arming the rebels in Syria – which ultimately became the Islamic State militant group ,” he went on to say while responding to a query.
— WikiLeaks (@wikileaks) August 1, 2016
He further added: “As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton helped arm the terrorists in Syria and Libya, she helped overthrow President Assad, and even laughed about the death of former Libyan President Gaddafi”.
On the occasion, he also urged the Federal Bureau Investigation (FBI) to catch Hillary Clinton for the charges, if they “really want to”.
She archived her emails like “the library of Alexandria, there is proof within those emails that she knowingly armed jihadist including ISIS,” he said.
Earlier, immediately after FBI announced not to file any charges against Hillary Clinton over leaked emails scandal, the Wikileaks head had announced to publish more information about her.
He said that the information could easily be used by the government to indict Clinton, but was skeptical if the FBI would ever actually pursue this course of action.
“The contents of those emails will confirm that Clinton dismissed the reluctance of Pentagon officials to overthrow Libyan President Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, while they had also predicted the possible outcome of the war in Libya, that we are witnessing today,” he said.
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