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Ahmed Mohamed is being heralded as “the most famous teenager on earth.”

One of the more interesting factoids from the many simpering, boot-licking press accounts of the poor bomb hoax clockmeister:

Before we left for the television studio, Ahmed had taken me into his bedroom to show me the now-famous desk where everything gets built. I asked if I could take a picture; he nodded and sat on his desk chair holding up a tangle of wires, and, seeing his Koran, grabbed it from his desk and held it up next to the wires.

Clearly the Daily Beast didn’t run that photo. But if the teen is so devout, it would give the school concern, should it not?

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His father, a long-time Islamaphobia-huckster, told the press:

“My kid was hurt and was tortured and arrested and mistreated in front of his friends inside of the school.”

Tortured.

Needless to say, their CAIR spokes-supremacist never leaves their side.

“The only real news I have for you is that Ahmed’s not going back to MacArthur,” family spokesperson Alia Salem from the Council on American-Islamic Relations tells me. “But, we’re about to drive to the television studio in a minute. Why don’t you come along? Sit next to Ahmed, you can ask him your questions.”

This is CAIR’s wet dream, and a 14 year old’s, no doubt.

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President Obama has invited him to the White House. MIT wants him to enroll. Mark Zuckberg wants him to work at Facebook. Every reporter on Earth wants a few minutes with him, including me.

Alia looks up from her phone: “OK, the two newest that came through are Stephen Colbert and Ellen DeGeneres.”

Ahmed is still in awe, looking at a photo of himself on Twitter.

“Oh, man, they can see my address in the background!”

Ahmed shows me a photo of his clock we find on Twitter and the photo of him in handcuffs and a NASA T-shirt in the police station. I ask him particulars about the incident but he’s lost in Twitter again.

“Ever heard that phrase, ‘15 minutes of fame?’” I ask him.

Ahmed looks at me, fat grin on his face: “This is gonna be soooooo much longer.”

Ahmed may be the most famous teenager on Earth, but he is still a teenager, which means getting permission from his father before traveling.

“Dad, I have to ask you a question,” Alia says, “Stephen Colbert in New York City, The Late Show, wants Ahmed to fly out to New York tomorrow. It’s a really, really, really, really big show.”

“I don’t know,” he replies.

“I want Ellen!” Eyman interrupts, meaning Ellen DeGeneres’s show.

“There’s also Ellen,” Alia patiently nods.

[….]

Ahmed breaks in with news.

“Twitter says they’d like to intern me! Twitter would like to intern me! One hour ago, they said it.”

“Ahmed, what about Stephen Colbert?” Alia asks him.

“Um, OK.” That’s his response to Stephen Colbert. “I heard about the show before.”

Ahmed asks if he can use my phone to Google the Late Show host and then says: “I’m worried about your data.’ I tell him it’s unlimited. “OK, phew.”

We watch the opening 30 seconds of a Colbert segment and Ahmed nods, “Yeah, I think I’ve seen him before.”

Half an hour later I’m in the control room at the studio watching Ahmed and Alia talking to Chris Hayes on MSNBC.

The school said:

“Perhaps upon release of that photo there may be a little bit different perception about what took place, and people might have a better understanding of how we were doing everything with an abundance of caution to protect all of our students in Irving,”

How naive. As if the media gives a flying fig about what really happened. They have their islamofauxbia narrative and they are going to club their readers like baby seals.

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