EXCLUSIVE: Texas Mayor Target of Vile Online Attacks over ‘Clock Boy’ Ahmed

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Fifteen online communications obtained exclusively by Breitbart Texas reveal Irving Mayor Beth Van Duyne as the target of troubling threats and foul-mouthed attacks made over the Dallas suburban school district’s handling of 14-year-old Ahmed Mohamed, the boy who brought into high school an unassigned homemade clock creation perceived as “hoax” bomb last month.

This latest crop of emails, tweets and Facebook posts display an alarming tone of misogyny and sexual harassment. Some even advocate sexual violence towards the mayor. Thursday night, Irving police released 14 pages of messages and social media comments detailing threats sent to the city’s mayor and police following the Ahmed “Clock Boy” controversy.

The vile online correspondences sent to Van Duyne came from Texas, other states and countries. The comments, rooted in the mainstream media narrative, assume a position of Ahmed Mohamed as the victim of alleged Islamophobia. Breitbart Texas reported on the teen’s arrest as the result of zero tolerance Student Code of Conduct policies and the Texas Education Code, not racism.

One tasteless tweeter contacted Van Duyne on her personal account, posting: “Make yourself useful and show us your tits.” Another message was the despicably crass: “I hope you get cancer you filthy AIDS infected cunt.”

A Texas hate-email described how Van Duyne should be forcefully sodomized while excerpts in a different vulgar correspondence called the mayor “a FUCKING IDIOT, a dumb WHORE and a WHORE CUNT.” This sender even cited the U.S. Constitution for the freedom to say all-of-the-above, ending in an anarchial flourish: “I plainly state this because our government is CORRUPT. FUCK THE NSA, FBI, SCOTUS, POTUS, and FUCKETH-YOUETH. Tell the NSA I said GO FUCK YOURSELVES!!!”

One multiple tweeter on the Mayor’s page charged: “You deserve to rot in jail,” adding “Die already!” A classless correspondence claimed Van Duyne “deserved a severe spanking, a dip in tar and feathers, and then run out of town.” A Facebooker ranted: “NAZIKKKUNT…THE POLICE DEPARTMENT AND SCHOOLS ADMINS ARE SUB-SPECIES FASCIST WHITE BUBBAFUCKKKTARD PUSSIES,” punctuated by wild ravings to “SHIP EM ALL TO ISIS HELD SYRIA…”

Only one of the messages from Texas calls for Van Duyne’s impeachment; one just wants her fired. Two identify as women in their email addresses. One of the ladies blames the mayor, the police, and the entire state of Texas for “its racist, bigoted hatred of anything and anyone not white, straight and Christian.” While most of the correspondence rambles, it ends on a telling note: “Fortunately, that very hatred is helping to end Christianity in this country.”

The other female raged: “Who did you sleep with to get to your level?”

All this vitriol from the avowed “open-minded” side that champions the war on women and worships female empowerment, women’s rights, undying mutual respect and equal pay between the sexes and among all planetary life, the very same bunch that also preaches “no means no,” “yes means yes” and global online etiquette. Yet, the cesspool chatter continued.

A male serial tweeter, whose account now shows it as being suspended, also called Van Duyne a liar and a stupid bigoted GOP bitch, then described Irving PD as “fucking pigs.” One Facebook post even dragged in Van Duyne’s children: “Your serial killer looking children must be so proud.”

These excerpts come from the dozen-plus communications reviewed by Breitbart Texas. Yet, the Dallas Morning News trivialized Van Duyne’s concerns about emailed death threats only acknowledging that one of Thursday’s released correspondences threatened sexual violence against her. However, the World Health Organization (WHO) says sexual violence is violence against women and a women’s human rights violation that can result in homicide or suicide.

KTVT 11, the Dallas CBS affiliate, reported among the previously released messages Anonymous weighed in, questioning Irving PD: “Where was the bomb squad? Where was the evacuation? What if it had been a real bomb and not just a clock?,” then cautioned “…We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.”

Also, a local, who wrote on behalf of a group of aircraft owners, operators and pilots that provide free emergency and non-emergency space available air transportation, chillingly admonished Irving police and school district employees: “All employees of Irving ISD and the Irving PD and their immediate family members are banned from our aircraft. That means that our members will watch your child die bleeding and convulsing on the (Dallas) Love Field tarmac.”

Follow Merrill Hope on Twitter @OutOftheBoxMom.



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