Something is off about this guy, Khizr Kahn, who spoke during the Democrat Convention, and who has been used in countless anti-Trump ads that are only thinly disguised as news articles. He was born in Pakistan, but raised in the United Arab Emirates. He attended Harvard Law School on a UAE student visa, and then worked on K Street in Washington, DC for several years, specializing in discovery law. He recently opened an office in New York City, near Hillary’s campaign office. In his speech and in interviews following, he keeps saying that his son had wanted to be a military lawyer. The proper term is JAG Officer but his son was a captain and not in the JAG Corps at the time of his death. His son died twelve years ago, but he doesn’t say anything about when his son died, nor does he make it clear that the people who killed his son were Islamic extremists. The actual cause of death isn’t mentioned, and that seems odd. He is attacking Trump, although his son was supposedly killed during the Bush administration, yet people are eating up his interviews and, after the attacks on Trump, the media is afraid or otherwise not inclined to ask any questions that might lead away from the narrative. It seems as if this is a lot like street theater, with the media playing a rehearsed role in it.