Hillary Clinton did not have far to look to find Khizr Khan, the Muslim Gold Star father of U.S. Army Captain Humayun Khan who was killed in 2004 in Iraq, as her ties with this man are long standing. He is not as squeaky clean as the left-wing media would like one to believe, but has deep ties to the Clinton Cash and the Islamic nation of Saudi Arabia.
His appearance on the Democratic National Convention stage, alongside his wife, was meant to engender Muslims to vote for Hillary, a pointed move to counter the Trump position “wanting to temporarily halt Islamic migration to America from countries with a proven history of exporting terrorists.“
Interestingly, Khan is deeply connected with the Muslim migration industry, both legally and financially, along with being aligned with the Saudi Arabian government and the Clintons.
Khan once worked for the law firm that has represented the government of Saudi Arabia in the United States for many years, Hogan Lovells, LLP. He worked as the firm's manager of litigation technology for seven year, from 2000 to 2007.
As noted, Saudi Arabia has given millions to the Clinton Foundation, creating a conflict of interest, but also calling into question the legality of the donations. “It is illegal for foreign countries to attempt to influence the outcome of elections by funding candidates in the United States, however illegality has never stopped the Clinton’s that will secure their power and wealth.”
At least $100 million have been given to Bill and Hillary Clinton from Persian Gulf regimes and their leaders. Hillary is in bed with these Persian Gulf Sheiks, allowing them to “buy access” and influence, while claiming she is capable of “carrying out independent Middle East policies”.
The links between presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton and the Saudi royal family go back many years. Republicans and Democrats alike have long expressed concern over Clinton’s ties with the wealthy monarchy after Saudi Arabia — along with other Clinton Foundation donor countries — received major arms deals from her State Department, writes Truth and Action.
By now, most people are familiar with the controversies surrounding the Clinton Foundation and the State Department under Hillary Clinton’s leadership. During her reign as secretary of state, Hillary Clinton’s State Department approved $165 billion worth of arms sales to 20 foreign nations — countries that just so happened to have donated a lot of money to Bill and Hillary’s Clinton Foundation.
Khizr Khan is far from being just a Gold Star parent of a fallen soldier. More about his dubious connections with the Clintons and Saudi Arabia can be found on the next page.