After Meeting a Second Dictator This Week, Are Clock Boy’s 15 Minutes Up?

Posted by on Oct 20, 2015 at 7:49 am

It speaks volumes about the pathetic state of our media that this punk had an audience with a genocidal madman a few days ago and there was barely a ripple. Not even Obama’s buddy George C. Looney, he of Darfur and dull movie fame, uttered a peep. What does it say when a media prop hangs out with someone accused of war crimes one day, then has an audience, albeit briefly, with the president of the United States?

President Obama had time to meet with “clock kid” Ahmed Mohamed after all.

Obama greeted Mohamed, 14, on Monday during the White House’s Astronomy Night on the South Lawn. The president personally invited the Texas teenager to the event after he was arrested last month for bringing a homemade clock to school.

Earlier Monday, White House press secretary Josh Earnest downplayed the possibility of Obama meeting Mohamed.
Despite the meeting, the Texas ninth grader was not the focal point of the event, which is intended to spur students’ interest in math and science.

Obama delivered brief remarks to the crowd of about 300 people with Mohamed sitting in the third row. The president did not make any specific reference to Mohamed in his remarks, in which he touted the scientific accomplishments of other students in the crowd.

That’s because Clock Boy didn’t build that, an established fact the lamestream media continues to ignore. Granted, it appear the Secret Service was more than a bit suspicious, as evidence by this photo:


That agent between the two of them may have been briefed on Clock Boy’s CAIR ties, perhaps, although that terrorist-sympathizing group is also welcome guest at the Obama White House.

Curiously enough, Clock Boy didn’t bring along his “invention”:

Mohamed reportedly did not bring the clock to the event, telling the Dallas Morning News he has been too busy traveling to pick it up from home.

He’s busy traveling the globe, and nobody has asked why a kid who normally should be in school no longer is.


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