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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Revmitchell, Sep 23, 2015.
Evidence suggests the recent incident involving a Muslim kid who took a “suitcase clock” mistaken for a bomb to class was a staged event to promote a pro-Islam agenda. (video)
Former New Jersey Superior Court Judge Andrew Napolitano has warned the family of the ‘clock kid’ Ahmed Mohamed that they could be facing a fraud case if the incident is proven to be a publicity stunt. (video)
Yeah, it's pretty clear that it was a set up to goad the school and the police into doing something the kid and his family could claim was Islamophobia.
Had something similar happen in the last few days. There was an event happening at the University of Delaware where some decorative lanterns were hung. The lanterns were taken down after the event but apparently, the workers left some of the hangers.
The "Black Lives Matter" crowd, never one to miss an opportunity to make fools of themselves, immediately claimed that some racist white people hung nooses to intimidate them and demanded an investigation.
The University, lacking any sort of common sense or testicles, acknowledged that the hangers were not nooses and even posted photos of the workers taking down the lanterns, but says it will proceed with the usual white liberal self flagellation and various "tolerance" exercises.
In other words, although they did nothing wrong, they're still going to punish themselves to show that they're not the racists no evidence ever suggested they were.
But I digress.
A word of advice, Revmitchell...You might want to reconsider how you title some of your threads. Although the content is fine, the titles sound like click bait and may turn some people off from reading them.
But he's just copying-and-pasting.
Some folks here are real touchy about altering titles.
I don't see how exposing this could lead to "big trouble" but there was always something off about this story. Doesn't help that the student's father is a big Muslim activist and rabble-rouser and then the sister was expelled from some school for a bomb threat. Big deal, he put some clock into a container, took it to school even though there was no project, plugged it in the wall and then got the reaction he and his family wanted. Now these people are threatening to leave that school and maybe the country, good riddance.
Napolitano highlighted the fact that thousands of dollars have been donated to Mohamed, following the incident where he was arrested for bringing what he described as a clock to school, despite the object looking like a bunch of wires in a suitcase.
“If the parents were involved in the hoax, now you now have a fraud going on because money has been collected on false pretenses,” Napolitano said, referring to donations received via legal and scholarship funds.