Despite the conservative media’s relentless attempts to uncover Hillary Clinton’s dastardly criminal acts that never, ever materialize, right wing hack journalists are still busily inventing mythical scandals to fit their narrative about the 2016 presidential candidate.
And when they can’t directly get to Hillary Clinton, they’ll apparently use the families of dead US soldiers to create the illusion of a Clinton involved conspiracy.
This week in Tucker Carlson’s crappy little rag The Daily Caller ‘reporter’ Christian Datoc uncovered what he believed to be proof that Khizr Khan, the father of a slain US captain Humayun Khan, is “closely connected to the secret email server Hillary Clinton used while serving as Secretary of State.”
Under the grievously misleading headline: “SHOCK: You Won’t Believe Just How Connected Khizr Khan Is To Hillary’s Email Server”, Datoc reveals the unbelievably juicy revelation that Khan once worked in the tech branch of a law firm that handled the patent for “SPAMTRAQ,” the spam-filtering program used on Hillary Clinton’s server.
This no doubt means that Khizr Khan sent his son to die in Iraq in 2004 with the fore knowledge that he would not only assist Hillary Clinton in sending classified emails on her own server, but would be be invited to the Democratic Convention 12 years later to speak about his son to help get her elected.
Good job Christian! You’ll certainly be first inline for Pulitzer prize for your exhaustive investigative journalism.
Ben Cohen is the editor and founder of The Daily Banter. He lives in Washington DC where he does podcasts, teaches Martial Arts, and tries to be a good father. He would be extremely disturbed if you took him too seriously.