"What are the chances of the return address on these chemicals being from Iraq?" Kilmeade wondered.
"Well, I think there is a high probability of that," McInerney declared. "That's conjecture, but we do know prior to Operation Iraqi Freedom, there was a lot of vehicles crossing the border into Syria. And there was a great deal of conjecture. A Iraqi major general swore by it. He said he delivered it."
"And so I think that it would be a very high probability if we could get into those bunkers that they would have Iraqi signatures on them."
In 2006, McInerney told Newsmax that there was "clear evidence" that Iraq had WMDs before the war and that the Bush administration "ignored Russia's involvement" in helping to hide the weapons.
"[T]he administration needed the Russians, the Chinese and the French, and was not interested in information that would make them look bad," he said.
A U.S. official on Thursday said that evidence suggested that chemical weapons (CW) had not been used in the latest attacks in Syria.
"Our growing sense is that weaponized CW was not used," the official remarked, according to Reuters.
A European security official noted that the use of weapons of mass destruction in Syria would have left a death toll much higher than 26.
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