Well, Well, Well. All Is Not As It Seems

Okay, I admit it. I felt a little bad for Mr. & Mrs. Khizr Khan, the Muslim Gold Star parents who lambasted Trump at the Democratic convention (where not a single American flag appeared until day 3 when they were shamed into it -ha!) for his suggestion that we should maybe not admit people from countries involved with Islamic terrorism. KhanKhan then added insult to injury, accusing Trump on national TeeVee of never having read Constitution, despite being in a room full of those types!). But I did have a moment of “Jeeze Trump don’t keep putting your foot in your mouth with your response” -until I learned this as posted on Breitbart today:

Khizr Khan has deep ties to the government of Saudi Arabia—and to international Islamist investors through his law firm. In addition to those ties to the wealthy Islamist nation, Khan also has ties to controversial immigration programs that wealthy foreigners can use to essentially buy their way into the United Statesand has deep ties to the “Clinton Cash” narrative through the Clinton Foundation. Ah-ha!

And BTW, no where does the US Constitution say there cannot be a religious test for those seeking asylum in the United States. I don’t care how many times Khan reads the Constitution, he will never find any word or statement saying the United States does not have the right to limit immigrants of any particular religion.

Wow, Trump nailed it again. How does he do it?

Here’s another thing you should recall. Donald Trump came out early against war with Iraq. Hillary voted for it. Army Captain Humayun Khan, was killed in Iraq in 2004. Maybe they should blame the Hillary not Trump. And the media with their righteous indignation over Trump’s reaction to all this sure was different from their treatment of Pat Smith, mother of murdered Benghazi victim, Sean Smith. They are such damn hypocrites!

Just saying!

Aloha, Mikie ~just a blogger (fightin’ like a girl)

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