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Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Khizr Khan’s DNC speech: A political smear job

Khizr Khan’s diatribe speech at the Democrat National Convention viciously attacking Donald Trump was a cleverly manufactured political smear job for which Hillary Clinton and her Democratic Party should be eternally ashamed. I thought there was something fishy about it the moment I saw it. Turns out I was right.  It stinks to high heaven.

Yes, it now appears that Mr. Khan has selfish motives for smearing Trump. Obviously, Donald Trump is not responsible, cannot be blamed for, and had nothing to do with the loss of Khan’s son in the Iraq war. Trump was against that war from the get go. Khan’s son would not have been serving in Iraq, and would not have been killed, if Trump had been president. It was Hillary Clinton who supported and voted in favor of the Iraq war. So why isn’t Khan blaming her?

Khan had the nerve to imply that Trump has never read the U.S. Constitution and then facetiously offered to lend him his copy saying:  “In this document, look for the words 'liberty' and 'equal protection of law'.” The fact is that Khan was given his copy of that document by Democrat operatives two hours before his speech and encouraged to use it as a prop. Since when has Donald Trump been accused of being against liberty and equal protection of the law?  Never!

Then he accused Trump of sacrificing nothing and no one for his country; a cheap shot if there ever was one.  What and who has Hillary Clinton ever sacrificed for her country? Why isn’t Khan attacking her?

Khan and his Democrat Party puppeteers are attacking Trump’s position on immigration. Trump wants a moratorium on allowing refugees from Muslim countries like Syria easy entry into the United States without a proper means of vetting. He merely wants to prevent potential terrorists from slipping into our country until we can know who they are and why they’re coming.

You see, that’s just one of Khan’s motives for attacking and smearing Trump. It turns out that Khan is an immigration lawyer who specializes in assisting wealthy Muslim internationals to relocate to the United States and establish businesses. Trump’s immigration position in Khan’s mind threatens his lucrative law practice. Khan doesn’t want us to know about that so he deleted his law firm’s Internet web site after his DNC speech.

It has also come to light from a witness inside the DNC that the Party allegedly paid Khan, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood, $25,000 for his smear speech; that he didn’t write it; that it was written by operatives from the Clinton campaign; and that the copy of the constitution he showed during his smear was bought just hours before by a female Clinton staffer. 

According to this source, Mr. Khan was contacted by the Clinton Campaign after his name was given to them by the White House four days before the convention; this after 5 other families turned down the offer to speak, all of these families had to sign Non-Disclosure Agreements, and each were paid $5,000. 

Khan apparently owes back taxes to the IRS of around $850,000 plus interest and penalties. Since he agreed to smear Trump, the IRS has put his case on hold.  Khan has also been paid by CNN and NBC News over $100,000 to tell his fake story to them, plus he has been given a bonus of $175,000 by the DNC aka the Clinton Campaign, plus $375,000 from the Clinton Foundation.

So this guy is using the death of his son in the Iraq war to profit, make money and settle his considerable debts.

Khizr Khan’s DNC speech was a political smear job


  1. "Since when has Donald Trump been accused of being against liberty and equal protection of the law? Never!"

    Are you high?

  2. Not at the moment... but go ahead and give me your list.

  3. "Since when has Donald Trump been accused of being against liberty and equal protection of the law? Never!"

    Try multiple times per day, every day, ever since he announced his candidacy.

    Whether those accusations are true or not is a different question, of course, but if you believe he's never come out against liberty or against equal protection of the law, you're the only person I know who has ever claimed to believe that.

    1. Seriously, I don't remember him ever implying that he is against liberty or equal protection of the law. Are you referring to his wanting to deport people who are not supposed to be here? He merely wants to enforce existing laws. That's the job of any chief executive.

    2. I'm not sure that this comment form allows HTML tagging, so I will use all caps for emphasis:

      "Since when had Donald Trump BEEN ACCUSED OF"

      I am referring to the fact that he is ACCUSED OF coming out against liberty or equal protection of the law pretty much 24/7/365.

      As far as his ACTUAL relationship to liberty and equal protection is concerned, it's pretty ugly ("opening up" the libel laws to let him persecute his critics, killing the families of accused terrorists, putting religious tests on immigration, etc.).

      But that's another issue that's maybe a LITTLE debatable. When you say he's not ACCUSED OF being against liberty and equal protection of the law ("never!"), THAT is when I start asking if you're high.