UNBELIEVABLE: Muslim Kid Brings Fake Bomb to School, Released After Arrest and Promptly Invited to White House by Obama

Take a good look at the image above. Now consider that in this PC day and age, kids get suspended for sticks that look like guns, water guns or even holding their hands in a gun like pose.

When looking at the image above, would it not seem logical that a teacher might have been suspicious when a Muslim student brought the device to school? Yes, the kid said it was a “clock” that he was making. But that doesn’t change the fact that it looks VERY suspicious and teachers should be on high alert for this sort of thing.

Especially when you consider Homeland Security’s “See something – Say Something” campaign. 

The student was arrested but then released when it was clear that he wasn’t trying to do harm. Fair enough. End of story, right?

Wrong.

Obama actually took to Twitter to stoke the flames. Obama never comes running to the defense of innocent Christians, but if a Muslim is involved, Obama becomes a champion.

Here’s what Obama tweeted.

obama tweet

No further explanation needed.

  • AyeRolle

    Wow! You could not have misrepresented the facts here if you tried. Oh wait. You clearly did try. Obama certainly makes Jimmy Carter look like Teddy Roosevelt, but that’s easy enough to show with the truth.

    This kid made a homemade clock for his science class. The teacher is more culpable for creating the assignment in the first place. However, the only ones to blame are the school administrators, police, and sites like this that fabricate a race-baiting, false narrative to stir up low-information voters who let random websites do their thinking for them.

    • Gina

      You are wrong. This was NOT a class assignment. This was a kid acting on his own.

      The only person to blame here is the dumb ass kid who thought housing a clock inside a metal attache case was acceptable.

      • AyeRolle

        I stand corrected regarding why he made the clock, and I have edited my original post to reflect that. I stand by the rest of what I said. Way overblown. And I might say, what a nice person you sound like to refer to an over-eager 14-year-old as a “dumb ass kid”. Real classy.

        • Gina

          ZERO Tolerance….APPLIES TO ALL! Including little boys who make clocks that look like bombs. Dumb ass was the kindest thing I could think of at that moment. I have since thought of a few other choice words to call the little punk.

        • christine

          First let me say I would be very pleased if my child was interested in mechanical engineering or inventing, and would also monitor this interest.
          If my son or daughter was involved in making such a contraption- a ‘clock’ (really?), and wanted to bring it to school to share or show off or consult a teacher (why exactly did Ahmed bring that to school?), I would advise – speak to your teacher/s/principal before you bring that to school. Because of what it looks like! Anything with a clock ticking is always suspicious! It is not as if Columbine or all the other student attacks on schools never happened.
          I read of a child took bites out of his cookie to machete look like a gun. He got in some trouble- need counseling or something ridiculous.

        • mike

          Ok here is some more clairvoyant thought. He didn’t do it his dad did. Einstein

    • mike

      He didn’t make a clock. He purchased a clock, took it apart and back together in a shamble. Get a clue. If Sept 10 someone said 3000 people are going to die tomorrow from a terrorist attack you would say… extrem views!

      • AyeRolle

        Congratulations. Your hindsight is 20/20. When I posted this 5 days ago, the nature of the clock was unknown. Though perhaps I could have “gotten a clue” if I’d used the same reverse-crystal-ball that gives you clairvoyance into the past to know what I would have said on September 10, 2001. Oh look, I went even further back and it shows you cheering on the internment of Japanese Americans after Pearl Harbor. This thing is great.

        • mike

          Yawn

  • Jared

    Yeah this was a low blow. Kinda disappointed in this article.

  • Rick Clines

    Love you guys, but you twisted this story all to hell and back. It didn’t go down like that at all. A little disappointed in you guys on this one. Please take it down quickly. It was a class project to make the clock. The school grossly overreacted and then after they realized what happened refused to admit their mistake. If any of you think that looks like a bomb, you don’t know anything at all about bombs and watch to many movies. I’m surprised the bomb squad didn’t laugh as soon as they got there and just walk out.

    • Gina

      NO it was NOT a class project. You are misinformed. The school did NOT overact. If your kid had been going to that school you would no doubt hope that the school err on the side of caution.

      • Kim

        The school didn’t overreact. The police did.

        • Gina

          No they didn’t. He did not answer questions. Maybe because he was scared, but he still acted suspiciously.

          • datamyte3

            Everyone over reacted … don’t people know that a bomb requires an explosive?

          • Gina

            Have you seen the device? There was a red panel you could NOT see behind. There could have EASILY been explosives behind that panel.

          • christine

            Good for you, Gina! You know the story.

            I think this may have been a set-up.

            Ahmed’s father, Mohammed, has been involved in prior situations where he took on Rev Terry Jones who burns korans on Sept 11, and debated Robert Spencer, author, speaker and director of Jihad Watch. He is an muslim activist fighting islamophobia. The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree. Using a typical ploy, activists, like Rosa Parks for example, precipitate an incident to make evidence for their accusations.

      • Rick Clines

        I miss spoke on the class project. I had heard that from someone who actually went to the school. He did it for the class but it wasn’t an assigned project. You see, I have friends with kids that actually go there. The school didn’t overreact with the initial caution. They did overreact with the suspension and sending him to juvenile correction. He was innocent and they knew it before they sent him there.

      • Rob

        By the kids own account, he first showed it to his engineering teacher who told him that it looked suspicious and he shouldn’t show it to any other teachers. So what does he do, he shows it to his English teacher. He had already been warned once. This is a setup from the start.

  • Gina

    What do you expect from the divider and thief?

  • Garth

    It was not a bomb, fake or otherwise. I have frequently thought of mounting particularly my homemade workbench computer in such a case, as it would otherwise easily be damaged in transport.

  • JagerBomb714

    If that kid were white we would NOT have even heard about this. AND they would have thrown the book at him. I support the actions of this school to protect it’s students. BRAVO! People are screaming “islamaphobia” but you know what? These islamic animals really DO blow sh!t up!! This faculty acted appropriately and with in reason.

  • No One of Consequence

    Obama invites kid who pointed finger during recess invited to White House. “Nice work kid, I played SEALS and ISIL too”. Yah, not happenin’.

  • datamyte3

    Yes, that kid is clearly a Jihadist ISIS member … idiots!

  • Sarah Grable

    Liberty News: Report Truth. Hmmmm… since it’s your company’s motto, you really should try actually doing it some time.

    • christine

      What is untrue? Give an example please.

    • Raul Rueda Franco

      I just got to this website about 1 hour ago, i have to tell you this truth you’re talking about… you’ll not find it here…

  • jamessavik

    That’s NOT a fake bomb. It is a digital clock made from components.

    It’s a common kit for hobbyists and students studying electronics. Anyone that knows electronics could identify the rectifier, main board and the LED display.

    There are dozens of kits available for this project. Just google “electronics projects digital clock”.

    I made the one below as a project for my digital electronics class a few years ago. It doesn’t have an ac power supply and all the components are on one board.

    • Gina

      It was NOT a kit. The kid said he built it from junk in his father’s garage. You really should get some facts before you dazzle us with your nonsense in the future.

      • jamessavik

        I know that kit. I helped a college kid put it together for a digital electronics class last fall.

        http://www.amazon.com/Generic-Electronic-Temperature-Control-Version/dp/B011RZ2X3S

        • Gina

          So you are calling the “genius” a liar? Hmmmm your leftist dbag friends are not gonna like that.

          • jamessavik

            hey fuck you. I’m conservative. I just know electronics and you don’t.

          • Gina

            I don’t? Guess you better tell my employer. Those flight simulators must be faulty. PS. I don’t care what you are. Clearly ignorant is your best event.

          • jamessavik

            You are an ignorant whore. Go fuck yourself with a solder iron.

          • Gina

            What a filthy mouth you have. Goes perfectly with your defective mind.

    • Raul Rueda Franco

      WATCH OUT A BOMB!

  • Guest

    I would love for him to bring his “clock” to the White House after a few modifications for a powerful crowd leveling presentation

  • christine

    “We attempted to question the juvenile about what it was and he would simply only say it was a clock. He didn’t offer any explanation as to what it was for, why he created this device, why he brought it to school,” said James McLellan of the Irving Police Department.

  • copakeman

    WOW, genius, buy or steal a Radio Shack digital radio, remove the cover, remove the radio from its case, move the individual parts around, throw in a few dummy wires, place all of it in an “attache case”, bring it to school and open the case in your “English class” , THEN GET INVITED TO THE WH by the potus.
    What a great country. I am there wasn’t a stampede for the door when students and teacher noticed it.