No. Hell no.
I didn’t watch any of the DNC Convention. On the last night of the convention I read
that Shrillda the Hut tried to re-re-re-re-re-re-re-re-introduce herself to
Americans. How many times does one have
to introduce themselves after 30 years? It’s like your 40 year old son living in your
basement coming upstairs at the crack of one o’clock in the afternoon every
single day and saying, “Hello. My name
is Jim. How do you do? Now, what’s your name again?”
Eight years ago when
Shrillda the Hutt was locked in a death match with The Empty Suit, some bright
guy made an excellent point. Either way
the Dopes are going to have to invest a billion dollars in ads. If TES wins, they’ll need to spend a billion
because nobody knows who he is. If
Shrillda wins, they’ll need to spend a billion because EVERYONE knows who she
The only things that
have changed for the Hutt in 8 years is the addition of more and more scandals –
just off the top of my head: Syria, Iran, Iraq, Benghazi, lies about Benghazi, Russian
reset, missing e-mails, lies about the missing e-mails, enormous speaking fees
from evil Wall St. fat cats and universities who she claims are gouging
students with ever increasing tuition and fee and the crooked as Clinton Crime
Using dead soldiers for
I’m pretty sure that while I mentioned that Cindy Sheehan was being used by the
Demo-Dope Party, I gave her personally a pass as a grieving parent. Sheehan was an antiwar protester who protested
G. Bush with great media fanfare. This
time a round we have Shrillda the Hutt who supported the war against Trump who
(supposedly) opposed it.
Enter Khazir Khan, a
Hutt supporter and the father of an Army Captain killed in action. His big claim to fame is holding up a pocket
constitution and telling the DNC Convention and the world that Donald Trump has
First the easy
one. I don’t know what holding up the
pocket version of the constitution was supposed to prove. Was it that Trump wants to stop un-vetted
people from countries that support terrorism from entering the country? Sorry, that is totally legal, and is probably
already the law. That means that it is
the Hutt that Mr. Khan should be handing his pocket version of the constitution
over to as she advocates an open border, laws be damned. It’s the Hutt that wants the 1st
Amendment abridged with regard to free speech under Citizens United. It’s the Hutt that thinks putting the words “common
sense” in front of “gun control” makes it any less of an unconstitutional control
and disregards the 2nd Amendment.
It’s the Hutt that thinks the 10th Amendment is a silly notion
when she applauds every state initiative struck down by overzealous overactive
federal judges. Isn’t it strange the
activism always seems to be in one direction – to the left?
The more thorny
issue is the death of Khan's son. I tend to
give parents of dead soldiers a wide birth.
It is a sacrifice like none other.
I do not heap hero status on the parents of fallen war vets though. They didn’t join. They didn’t ruck up, move
out and draw fire. They didn’t get
killed in the line of duty defending this country. The parents are the living embodiment of their
loved one who did.
I cringe every time I
see a parent like Ms. Sheehan and Mr. Khan being used – usually by Dopes – for political
gain. This is no different. Donald Trump had nothing to with Mr. Khan’s
loss. The Hutt, The Empty Suit and a Pentagon full of wannbe generals who accede
to foolish nonsensical rules of engagement and military missions is where the
proximate culpability lay, if Mr. Khan is interested. Then there’s the “fate factor”. It comes into play when everything is done
correctly, every reasonable measure and rule followed and still a bullet or piece
of shrapnel kills a warrior. We call this
war. It is cruelty. It cannot be refined.
So we honor Mr. Khan’s
son for having the courage to join the armed services of this country, to ruck
up, move out, draw five and lose his life in the process.
As for Mr. Khan, there’s something one off about this
guy. Using the memory of his dead son
for political purpose is but one indicator.
He says terrorism has nothing to with Islam. That’s nuts.
It turns out that Khan used to work for the Clinton Crime Family Foundation. He is now working for a law firm that is registered to work for the Royal Embassy of Saudi
Arabia, and a lobbyist from the firm has bundled $50,850 for the Hutt’s campaign. No smoking gun here, but as I said, something
is one off with this guy.
Now Juxtapose Khan
with Pat Smith, whose son Sean was killed in Benghazi. Was she on every news network’s news loop for a week
after her speech at the RNC Convention?
No she was not. In fact the MSM
went about “fact checking” her remarks in an effort to discredit her. When Smith and other family members of the
four slain Americans at Benghazi told the MSM that the Hutt lied to them on the tarmac
when they received the dead bodies of their loved ones, the Hutt claimed that
the survivors didn’t remember her remarks correctly. Except the dumbazz said them on tape over and
over again. No media uproar over any of
Let’s be clear what
happened at the RNC Convention is way different than what the DNC pulled. There is a world of difference between losing
a child who signed up for combat in the predictably unpredictable violence and
chaos of war and losing a child who is a communication analyst at a supposedly
secure compound due the to the incompetence and negligence of his bosses. Pat Smith is nonetheless ignored and even criticized
by the MSM for trying to bring to light the Hutt’s negligence in her son’s avoidable
death while Khan has achieved hero status by standing atop his son’s body and criticizing
a guy who opposed the war that got his killed.
Weird doesn’t even begin to describe it.
And before we go too far off on
false narratives - that US Muslim soldiers are being killed by the thousands
defending this country. 14 Muslim
soldiers have lost their lives in the war on terror which is the exact same number
of US soldiers that US Muslim soldiers have murdered in the name of jihad. 12 by Hasan and two by some
Islamo-Terror-Fascist in 2003 before the invasion of Iraq.