Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Conspiracy To Commit Fraud?

Last night, an excerpt from the engineer's video which Pasto posted the other day was on The Kelly File:

I heard last night on Fox News that Ahmed the Clock Maker's family is preparing to file suit against the police department and the school.

But now, as Judge Napolitano pointed out, there is the problem that this may be a case of conspiracy to commit fraud.

"Fraud?" you ask.

Yes, because the family has solicited money on Fund Me sites — likely at the instigation of CAIR, whose new poster boy is Ahmed the Clock Maker.

What did the parents and CAIR know, and when did they know it?

This family is very wealthy, so why are they soliciting funds?

Meanwhile, we read this:
Ahmed Mohamed is VIP at Google Science Fair

Exclaimed one student from Oakland, Calif.: "We learned about you in school!"
At the Google Science Fair, Ahmed the Clock Maker saw some actual prodigies — as opposed to what he did: taking apart an old digital clock and putting it into a pencil case that looks exactly like a suitcase.

AND we also read this:
...Numerous schools have offered Ahmed a place, his father said....

The family plans to fly to New York on Wednesday, where UN officials want to meet his son.

He said then if they can get the right visas, Mohamed wants to take his son on a pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca in Saudi Arabia.

“I ask Allah to bless this time. After that, we’ll see,” Mohamed said.

When they return, they planned to visit to White House and meet Obama, he said.

1 comment:

Pastorius said...

Google was fooled by Ahmed too.

So, Steve Wozniak of Apple,

Barack Obama

Hillary Clinton,

Mark Zuckerberg,



all these people who would presume to tell us "science is settled,

Global Warming is true,

we must take your money and redistribute it,

we know better than you how to shape the future,

all of these people were fooled by Ahmed's "clock".

Amazing, huh?