“Clock boy” ahmed mohamed is back in Texas.

In case you don’t recall who he is, let me refresh your memory with this excerpt from my blog of  last November 23rd:

Remember ahmed mohamed – the 14 year old kid who took the cover off a Radio Shack Micronta clock, put it into a case so that it resembled a homemade bomb, and paraded it around his Irving, Texas high school until he scared a teacher into fearing it was a bomb?  Remember that he was arrested, handcuffed, and let go an hour or two later when it was discovered that the bomb-like device was harmless?

Remember that mainstream media lionized him as a brilliant young inventor, Muslim groups celebrated his genius and President Obama had him to the White House?

Remember that he was offered a free education in the country of Qatar, where he immediately moved with his equally phony-baloney father and the rest of his family?

Well, he is back.

Excerpted from an article at Fox News/Dallas:

Ahmed Mohamed, the Muslim teenager who made headlines last year when he was suspended for bringing a homemade clock to school in Irving, returned to the United States Monday afternoon.

“Ahmed and his family have missed his grandmother, his aunts, uncles, cousins and friends here in Irving and across North Texas very much,” Aldean Mohamed said. “Ahmed and his nuclear family miss America and their whole family here in America very much.”

“It’s beautiful to be here in USA,” said Ahmed’s father, Mohamed Elhassan Mohamed. “It is our home and it is our country and we love it. As you see, if there is something wrong, America will stand for it and that is what happened. Something was happening to my son. Everybody has a heart, has children, Something is wrong, so they stood for it.”

The 14-year-old said he’s happy to be back home, and seeing his friends and family is first priority. He’s been going to school in Qatar and says there’s a 50/50 chance he’ll finish high school in the U.S., but says he definitely wants to go to college here. He says he’s interested in coding, engineering and technology.

Isn’t that special?

And what a lovely sentiment from ahmed’s father…who loves the USA so much that, while here, he ran for President of his native Sudan in both 2010 and 2015.  What was he going to do?  administer Sudanese affairs of state from Irving, Texas?  He’s as big a phony as his kid…

…which leads me to note that, later on in the Fox article, it continues the myth – that’s right, the myth – that little ahmed brought a homemade clock to class.

What he did was take the cover off a Radio Shack Micronta clock and package it in a way that made it look like a bomb – for which, insanely, he has received every possible accolade and benefit.  

Doubt me?  Can’t believe all these great things happened because a teenage Muslim hoaxed his school…and the rest of the world was either too dumb or too scared to call him out not to play along?  Then click here and see for yourself.

Oh, one other thing:  maybe Fox, or one of the other news venues, would like to ask ahmed or his father how the family’s $15 million dollar lawsuit – which demands $10 million from the city of Irving and $5 million from the Irving Independent School District- is coming along.

See, they claim that poor little ahmed was mistreated, because the school decided to act on the theory that a clock, repackaged to look like a bomb, actually might be one.

Maybe if Irving, Texas is lucky, they’ll settle for just a few million.  Then ahmed and his dad can maybe visit the Obama White House one more time.

God I wish these two sorry excuses for human beings had stayed out of the country.

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