American Hero Says Khan’s Attack On Trump Is Part Of The ‘Clinton Machine’
Rob O'Neil, the former Navy SEAL in SEAL Team 6, who shot Bin Laden has come out publicly to denounce Kizr Khan as just another cog in the massive "Clinton Machine."
Khan was on Fox Business Network’s Lou Dobs Tonight to comment on the accusations and statements made by Kizr Khan, father of Captain Khan who was killed in the Iraq war in 2004.
O'Neal says that the timing of the Khans coming out and speaking publicly about their son's tragic death is just a bit too perfect to be coincidence. Khirz Khan is “part of the Clinton machine" says O'Neil and he supported this claim with the platform and timing that Kizr Khan used to discus his son's death.
He stated that it was "unfortunate" to see Khan use his son's death as a political pawn in order to attack Trump at the DNC. O'Neil stated that they should not be politicizing their own son's death.
"And there was no mistake that he [Khan] came out for the Clintons," O'Neil told Dobs."He’s worked for the Clintons before and there’s been three presidential elections since his son was killed. And he could have come out for — this is one he decides to come out for. This is part of the Clinton machine."
O'Neil also pointed out the fact that they chose George Stephanopoulos to interview Trump. "There’s no mistake that Mr. Trump was interviewed by George Stephanopoulos. He’s in the Clinton camp as well and this is how Clinton politics work — as opposed to going on Hillary’s record, we’re just going to go on how bad you are."
During Trump's interview with Stephanopoulos, Stephanopoulos asked Trump to speak about Khan's claim that the Republican presidential nominee had "sacrificed nothing" for his country. The ABC News anchor had once been a senior aide to President Bill Clinton.
Trump responded by not taking what Khan said to hard and saying that Khan was obviously emotional and "looked like a nice guy."
O'Neil said that "Mr. Khan should be saying what can we do to defeat this [radical Islam]. He is a Muslim, Pakistani born, and all the work that he’s done in Saudi Arabia especially with bringing in migrants. We should be using people like Mr. Khan to how are we going to defeat radical Islam rather than yelling at each other back and forth."
O'Neil expressed the feelings of disgust that we all have been feeling about Khan's pathetic use of his son's death to bash Donald Trump.
Khan didn't honor his son's death whatsoever by parading his death around at the DNC. "If I had been in his situation and saw people politicizing my sacrifice and what I’d done, I’d be a little bit disappointed, because that’s not what it’s all about. He died a hero," said O'Neil.
Western Journalism's Chris Mark, who served in the Marine Corps in an elite Force Reconnaissance unit, only echoed O'Neil's feelings and opinions and made sure to write an "Open Letter To Khizr Khan," this past weekend.
The letter read: "I am troubled that you would allow a party that has little more than contempt for the US Service Member to parade you into the DNC to denounce Donald Trump."
"As you continue to make the media circuit and bask in the glow of affection cast upon you by a party that has little regard for your son’s own sacrifice, and veterans in general, I would ask you to consider your comments and your position more closely," the aptly worded letter continued.
It is truly disgusting that this family has chosen to completely disregard any honor and respect that their son deserves for his brave service and sacrifice for our country, instead they have chose to sell out a true hero to the Clinton Camp in order for political gain.
This is the type of behavior we have come to expect from Hillary and her 'Clinton Machine.'
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Source: Western Journalism