Department of lies, lies, and outright lies

Congressman Hayes, R Nutjob, has information that nobody else who isn't insane or a liar has, and refuses to share it. Hayes claims, with a straight face, that Saddam Hussein was involved in the attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001. Hayes also claims that the evidence is readily available, if only one looked in “the right place”, which is apparently some super secret hiding place only accessible to upper-level GOPers. Uhh huhhhh. Congressman Hayes, could you please release this information to the public so we could examine it ourselves? I didn't think so.

GOP congressman: Saddam had a hand in 9/11:
In an interview with CNN, Republican Rep. Robin Hayes says that anyone who hasn't seen evidence of Saddam's involvement just hasn't looked in the right places.
... According to the transcript of the interview, CNN's Carol Costello told Hayes, “But there is no evidence that Saddam Hussein was connected in any way to al-Qaida.” Hayes' response: “Ma'am, I'm sorry, but you're mistaken. There's evidence everywhere. We get access to it. Unfortunately others don't. But the evidence is very clear.” Costello asked, “What evidence is there?” Hayes responded: “The connection between individuals who were connected to Saddam Hussein, folks who worked for him, we've seen it time and time again.”

Costello narrowed her question: “Well, are you saying that Saddam Hussein had something to do with 9/11?” Hayes' answer: “I'm saying that Saddam Hussein -- and I think you're losing track of what we're trying to talk about here -- Saddam Hussein and people like him were very much involved in 9/11.”

When Costello said that there is “no evidence” to support the claim that Hussein was involved in 9/11, Hayes shot back: “Well, I'm sorry, you haven't looked in the right places.”


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