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Bristol Palin Blasts Obama for Inviting 14-Year-Old Clock Maker to White House

Guess she doesn't #StandWithAhmed

Jessica Roy

Bristol Palin is at it again!

Sarah Palin's daughter took to her Patheos blog -- the same place where she posted the world's least enthused pregnancy announcement -- to blast Obama for encouraging kids to get interested in science and engineering.

Earlier this week, 14-year-old Muslim boy Ahmed Mohamed was arrested in Texas for bringing a homemade clock to school. His English teacher thought the home electrical wiring was a bomb and called the police, who detained the boy for over an hour before calling his parents. President Barack Obama responded to the injustice by sending Mohamed a supportive tweet that praised his skills.

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"Cool clock, Ahmed," Obama tweeted from his @POTUS account. "Want to bring it to the White House? We should inspire more kids like you to like science. It's what makes America great."

Cute and unobjectionable, right? WRONG. Let the former abstinence spokesperson having her second child out of wedlock set you straight.

"This is the kind of stuff Obama needs to STAY out of," she fumed. "This encourages more racial strife that is already going on with the 'Black Lives Matter' crowd and encourages victimhood."

"The police made a mistake, clearly," she continued. "But why put more people against them? Why egg it on? Childish games like this from our president have divided our country... even more today than when he was elected."

In Palin's eyes, Obama congratulating a student and broadly encouraging science without mentioning his race, his religion or the police at all is "egging on" anti-police protesters. But flat-out saying the police made a mistake -- as she did earlier -- isn't? Glad we got that cleared up.

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