Hillary’s Hacked Emails Show Saudi Money Financed Benghazi Attack

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Hillary Clinton’s emails never cease to be far from the political media spotlight. Such is the case again. Clinton White House staffer Sidney Blumenthal allegedly sent the former Secretary of State an email that said American intelligence resources have found that “wealthy Sunni Islamists in Saudi Arabia” financially supplied the funding for the Sept. 11, 2012 attack. That was the infamous terrorist attack on Americans in Benghazi.

Russia Today is the outlet that released such emails. Guccifer 2.0 hacked Blumenthal’s AOL account in order to find the missing forwarded emails. Guccifer is always able to find the things that are conveniently missing. The back took place in 2013. Guccifer was identified as Romanian hacker Marcel Lazar Lehel who is currently serving a seven year old criminal sentence for hacking Romanian government officials accounts.

One Blumenthal email from February 16, 2013 spoke to Clinton and the email is quoted as saying, “with direct access to the Libyan National Government, as well as the highest levels of European governments, and Western intelligence and security services.”

The intelligence sources were noted as coming from very sensitive sources and were required to be held with the utmost care. The individual with sensitive access provided information from French security services. The highly sensitive information was information showing the Benghazi and Algeria attacks “originated with wealthy Sunni Islamists in Saudi Arabia.”

The email continued,

During July and August 2012, these financiers provided funds to AQIM contacts in Southern Europe, who in turn passed the money onto AQIM operatives in Mauritania.”

AQIM is an acronym for Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb. Which is known by most as Northern Africa. The email also said,

These funds were eventually provided to Ansar Al Sharia and its allied militias in the Benghazi region.”

Ansar Al Sharia eventually took full responsibility for the Benghazi attack on the American embassy and annex. U.S. Ambassador to Libya J. Christopher Stevens, Information Management Officer Sean Smith, and former Navy SEALs Tyrone S. Woods and Glen Doherty were killed during the attacks as a result of Hillary Clinton’s refusal to send reinforcements to save the defending Americans.

This comes at an interesting time considering Congress just passed their 9/11 bill that would allow the families of victims of 9/11 to sue the government of Saudi Arabia since many of the terrorist attackers were Saudi Arabian.