14 Year Old Ahmed Mohamed Who Was Arrested for Bringing What Looked Like a Bomb to School Visits War Criminal Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir
WHAT’S WRONG WITH THIS PICTURE … CLOCKMED MOHAMED MEETS WITH WAR CRIMINAL SUDAN PRESIDENT …
This might be a head scratcher and something the US Secret Service might want to take notice of ahead of Clockmed’s visit to the White House. It would appear that Ahmed Mohamed is visiting Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir in Khartoum. The Sudanese president has been charged with war crimes. But of course that makes no difference to the LEFT, Clockmed is a celebrity to them. However, there was no racism and Islamophobia when 14 year old Ahmed Mohamed was arrested in Texas for bringing what any average, normal person and even uber-libs perceived to be a bomb to school. That is of course unless you are the liberal MSM for the divisive always looking for a way to divide America, Barack Hussein Obama. Why didn’t Obama invite all the other school children who were handcuffed and suspended from school who brought what looked like guns to school when some where in fact a pop tart? Who is the bias racist with an agenda?
Why does this entire thing look like one big attention seeking hoax?
The arrest of Ahmed Mohamed, a 14-year-old Texas student, in mid-September for bringing a homemade clock to his high school created a nationwide debate about racism and Islamophobia in the United States. Despite facing a wave of ugly criticism, Ahmed won support from high places — President Obama tweeted his support, and the teenager is expected to be a guest at the White House this weekend.
Ahead of that that visit, Ahmed has met with another president. This meeting is a little bit more surprising.
According to the Sudan Tribune, Ahmed met with Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir in Khartoum on Wednesday evening. The Paris-based Web site reports that the teenager told reporters that he was “extremely delighted” to meet Bashir and hoped to return to visit the Sudanese president again “with a new invention and success.”
At first glance, perhaps Ahmed’s journey to Bashir’s presidential compound isn’t so strange. The teenager has met with a variety of big names over the past few weeks. Besides, his family are Sudanese immigrants: On his Twitter account, Ahmed posted a number of images that described his visit to Sudan as a type of homecoming: