Ron Paul was on Newsmax TV and was asked about Paul Craig Roberts article appearing on the Ron Paul Institute website claiming the Charlie Hebdo attack was a possible false flag operation. In the interview Poppa Paul said that they don't believe it was a false flag operation, but they were just looking for answers is all.
According to Paul, neither he nor the author believe that the Charlie Hebdo attack was actually a false flag.
Instead, Paul claimed, the author was just asking the question and “determined to try to get truth out” about the attacks, and since he was just asking the question, he shouldn’t be held responsible for the contents of the allegations.-
“I think he suggested it, he wanted a discussion and he has some really good things in there,” Paul said. It’s a shame that the media doesn’t pick up and say ‘what about this chief investigator of the event committed suicide right in the middle of it?’ I have no idea what’s going on there but that to me is big stuff.”
“They’re not accusations, he pointed out some shortcomings and wanted to ask questions and get to some answers,” he said.
Paul pointed to the 2012 Benghazi attack as a reason to doubt reports surrounding the Charlie Hebdo massacre and “of course we have Rahm Emmanuel who says don’t ever let an emergency goes to waste, and I think that is part of what is going on there, this is a design to restructure and reorient people on foreign policy.”
Republicans can tie anything at all to the Benghazi attack.
I wonder if Ron Paul believes the low oil prices are another conspiracy perpetrated by Hillary Clinton to make Americans forget all about the Benghazi attacks while they fill up their cars on cheap gasoline.