After doing exactly what he intended to do by bringing a hoax suitcase bomb to his Texas high school, getting hauled to the principal's office, and then screaming racism, Clock Boy's back with a new revelation: he wants to move back to the good ol' Red, White, and Blue.
That's right, Ahmed Mohamed left Irving, Texas, then sued the town for $15 million plus written apologies, and moved to Qatar where the Qatar Foundation, an organization with reputed ties to the Muslim Brotherhood, offered him a fully-funded education scholarship. He chose that over an invitation to MIT, an institution considered one of the most prestigious in the world and geared specifically toward science and engineering. But their "How to make half-ass hoax bombs 101" is admittedly less than stellar.
Turns out though, according to Breitbart, the little fella's homesick:
Dallas’ KTVT 11 (CBS) interviewed the teen from halfway around the world over Facetime. Now, Ahmed claims he misses Texas. “I want to go back to a place where everyone knows me,” meaning the kids he grew up with. He also hinted a trip to Dallas may be in the works over the Christmas holiday. He told the CBS affiliate he is ready to come home and wants to do so immediately, but insists last week’s armed yet peaceful protest outside the Irving mosque stopped him.
Well, that's what happens when you go out of your way to tick off your entire town.
In a Christmas season blanketed by the Islamic State attacks in Paris, State Department travel alerts, and Syrian refugees at U.S. borders, sympathy continues to wane for the Islamophobia poster child. Breitbart News reported that the same liberal media that championed the teen’s every move, including his Qatar Foundation-sponsored tour of Education City, lost interest.
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette added what little sympathy Americans had for the “Clock Boy” is gone “thanks to a shameless money grab by the teen’s family.” The newspaper added that the Mohamed family’s “departure and subsequent demands make them look like opportunists, or worse.”
"He told the CBS affiliate he is ready to come home and wants to do so immediately, but insists last week’s armed yet peaceful protest outside the Irving mosque stopped him."
Clock Boy, feeling homesick for the good ol' USA, which he sued.
Exit thought by Gavin McInnes, who sums up Clock Boy like only he can. (warning: some slightly strong language)...