From The Barbed Wire.
The delicate snowflake who has gained fame simply be being arrested for building a bomb-looking device, known worldwide as “Clock Boy,” is under duress according to his family, and is being traumatized by all of the love and admiration he is being forced to receive from the PC crowd. Ahmed is also having to endure being given thousands of dollars of free merchandise from Microsoft and other companies.
Dubbed “Ahmed Kardashian” in the inventing world, the teenager from Texas got the name because never in modern history has someone received so much fame from doing so little. His family says he is under so much strain that he almost can’t stop smiling from all the attention he has received from the president, celebrities, even world leaders from overseas.
During his captivity in the public spotlight, Ahmed has been forced to appear on numerous national TV shows, conducted numerous radio interviews, and, most recently, met the Prime Minister of Turkey at the UN building in New York. Doctors are not sure how much more abuse the young wonder kid can take.
His family is enjoying his new found fame and all the spoils that come with it, while still being a$$holes by refusing to sign release forms that would allow the school where Ahmed was arrested to tell their side of the story. Sorry, the family is busy having too much fun to be bothered by information that might not be favorable to the traumatized boy’s public image.
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For further enlightenment:
Ahmed and the Art of the Psychodrama (Victor Davis Hanson)
Clock Boy and America’s Suicidal PC Tendencies (Ben Shapiro)
If It Walks Like an Influence Operation… (Frank Gaffney)
Ahmed’s Clock Block (Bill Maher, Mark Cuban et. al.)
Ahmed Mohamed: a Hoaxer and a Huckster (Ezra Levant)
Potential Fraud Case If Ahmed Mohamed’s Clock Was Purposeful Hoax (The Kelly File)
Students Say Ahmed’s Clock Looks Like Bomb (Dan Joseph)
Ahmed Mohamed: Handcuffed for Making a Clock? (Stefan Molyneux)
#IStandWithAhmed: The Whole Family Is Stupid and They Duped Us (Gavin McInnes)
What is Truth? Finding the Facts in Conflicting Information (Bill Whittle, Scott Ott, and Stephen Green)