Fox News correspondent Judge Andrew Napolitano accused 2016 Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton of offering "material assistance" to terrorists overseas, citing as proof her support for arming rebels in Syria and Libya.

"A conspiracy existed between the president, and Mrs. Clinton, and congressional leaders from both parties in both Houses, others in the State Department, the Treasury Department and the Justice Department to get arms shipped to rebels in Syria and in Libya," he said Thursday during a roundtable discussion on Fox Business.

He said his conclusion is based on his review of documents from Congress, the State Department and other groups.

"Some of those rebels are members of organizations that are on the terror list and providing them with material assistance is a felony," the libertarian legal correspondent added. "So the arms dealers applied for and received permission from State and Treasury lawfully to sell arms to the government of Qatar and they lawfully did so."

Qatar then delivered these weapons to terrorists groups, he said, adding that it was all done with the knowledge of then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.