WikiLeaks Proves Hillary & Obama Created ISIS in 2012

Thanks to Judicial Watch and WikiLeaks, more information continues to come out proving the involvement of Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton in creating and funding the terrorist organization, ISIS.

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Several pages of a 2012 report were released, which reveal communication among Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, the Department of Defense, Homeland Security, and the Department of State’s involvement with overthrowing Assad’s Syrian regime, funding al-Qaeda, and the likelihood of ISIS emerging as a prominent force in the Middle East region.

On page 289, the report explains the involvement of al-Qaeda, and which countries supported and opposed the Syrian regime change.

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The report confirms that Hillary Clinton read it, from the recipient marking: “RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHINGTON DC.”

Additionally, WikiLeaks leaked documents supporting the facts stated in this report that Obama was supporting al-Qaeda in Iraq (AQI); and al-Qaeda simply changed its name to ISIS. The report also accurately predicted that ISIS would take over Mosul, Raqqa, and Ramadan.

Former Pentagon official Michael Maloof, argues that Obama and Clinton created the unstable political situation in Syria, and provided the money, training, communications and weapons equipment needed to overthrow Assad, which are all now being used by ISIS:

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