While multiple NFL owners stood in solidarity with their players on Sunday in protests against President Donald Trump's attacks, none came under the more scrutiny and criticism than the league's sole Muslim -- and non-white -- billionaire owner, Shahid Khan.
With his team playing in London's Wembley Stadium against the Baltimore Ravens, Khan got an early jump on the other owners, appearing on the sideline, linking arms with his players during the national anthem.
Khan's ethnicity, as one might expect, was immediately singled out by fans of Trump who has based his administration on hostility to immigrants, with one "patriotic" Twitter user tweeting, "Trump is patriotic, Khan is not."
Here are some some choice comments below:
@FoxNews Pakistani immigrant billionaire owner of Jaguars should be grateful to America for his wealth. Prefers fel… https://t.co/2njsYL3e3n— Western Antinational (@Western Antinational)1506281586.0
Jaguars owner Shahid Khan joins in on NFL's protests....via @USATODAY.. Of course Khan protests...he's ( Muslim) part of our U.S. problem!— NRA Supporter (@NRA Supporter)1506274105.0
So Muslim Shahid Khan owner of @Jaguars lets #nfl player #BendTheKnee in #London against America, country that made him rich. 👏— Braden Bridges (@Braden Bridges)1506275836.0
The one NFL owner who joins the anthem protests? Shahid Khan. A Muslim immigrant. Figures😏 https://t.co/NpL50pvszl— Mensans for USA (@Mensans for USA)1506275438.0
@michael61297118 @Jaguars He stood in protest, to play both sides. He bashed Trump for being racist when Trump prop… https://t.co/q3GjyRgjOi— Montana-Max (@Montana-Max)1506272352.0