Sarah Palin Extends Her Awfulness To Boy Arrested For Clock "Bomb"

Muslim teen Ahmed Mohamed, handcuffed at school for a harmless invention, was asking to be arrested, Sarah Palin says.

Ahmed Mohamed became the most talked-about kid in America after he was arrested at his Texas school for bringing in a clock he built himself last week.

While many applauded Ahmed's inventiveness and castigated school officials and police for his treatment, others, like Sarah Palin, took the opportunity to prove how bad they are at being human.

Ahmed's wrongful arrest drew the attention of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, NASA engineers and even US President; President Barack Obama, who invited the Muslim teen to the White House.

But Palin, who somehow still tries to make herself relevant despite not running for office and quitting her post as governor, doesn't approve of the invitation and criticized Obama for inviting the 14-year-old Muslim.

According to Palin, Mohamed was certainly not innocent and he made the bomb-like clock with evil in mind.

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"If that's a clock, I'm the queen of England," Palin said on her rant on Facebook, adding that he was asking to be arrested.

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"Believing that's a clock in a school pencil box is like believing Barack Obama is ruling over the most transparent administration in history."

Oh, zing.

She also shared pictures of her kids' pencil boxes and compared them to the homemade clock. (And calling Mohamed "Muhammad" several times – we're sure that was just an accident.) 

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"Ahmed Muhammad (sic), an evidently obstinate-answering student bringing in a homemade 'clock' that obviously could be seen by conscientious teachers as a dangerous wired-up bomb-looking contraption (teachers who are told 'if you see something, say something!') gets invited to the White House."

According to Palin, an invite from the White House is a step too far. "By the way, President Obama's practice of jumping in cases prematurely to interject himself as the cool savior, wanting so badly to attach himself to the issue-of-the-day, got old years ago," she wrote.

Fortunately, Palin proves herself toxic yet again so we don't ever have to worry who she'd invited to the White House.