BUSTED: Khizr Khan Now Frantically Covering His Tracks

DNC speaker Khazir Khan is now in damage control mode.

He gave a speech at the DNC whereas he used his son’s death to attack Donald Trump. His son, a Muslim America, wouldn’t have even been allowed in America if Donald Trump had his way. Of course, the threat of ISIS didn’t exist when Khan and his family immigrated to the U.S. so this statement makes no sense.

It’s also worth noting that Khan’s son died in 2004 in the Iraq War – which Hillary Clinton, but not Trump supported. Still, this speech is being used to attack Donald Trump. In one memorable part of the speech, Khan holds up the constitution and asks Trump if he’d ever read it (to be honest, I wonder the same about Hillary).

Now, with the spotlight on him, details about his past are coming out…. and he’s trying to cover up his online footprint.

Via DennisMichaelLynch

Khizr Khan, who suddenly rose to fame after his speech at the Democrat National Convention, and who has made one media appearance after the next bashing Donald Trump, is now making attempts to cover up his business interests and background.

Kahn’s website, revealing he is an attorney specializing in assisting foreign investors to buy their way into the U.S. through a controversial visa program, has now been completely DELETED off the internet.

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The website link to his website now reverts back to GoDaddy (hosting website), and the entire Khan Law Office website is wiped clean.   It was, however, all captured in the internet archives.

Khan is taking advantage of the EB5 program, which helps wealthy foreigners usually from the Middle East to buy their way into America, is fraught with corruption. In fact, U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley has detailed such corruption over the past several months.

It’s no wonder he opposes Trump’s Muslim ban. He needs Muslim immigration to make a living.

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