Teenage Georgia YouTube star questions Ahmed Mohamed White House invitation

A 13-year-old has taken to his popular YouTube channel to voice his frustrations that the White House, in the teen's words, is using Ahmed Mohamed as a "political prop."

Earlier this week, Mohamed a freshman at a Texas high school was arrested and removed from the school in handcuffs after he took a homemade clock to school to show to his teacher, Time reported.

The clock was enclosed in a metal pencil box and teachers said it could have been mistaken for a bomb.

Mohamed is Muslim.

Shortly after his story went viral, Mohamed had support flowing in on Twitter under the hashtag #IStandWithAhmed.

Police in Irving, Texas, announced Wednesday that Mohamed would not face charges, and said the case was closed.

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One tweet from President Barack Obama was an invitation extended to the teen to bring his invention to the White House.

That tweet, or rather the lack of invitations from the president when police officers were killed in the line of duty,  got CJ Pearson's attention.

Pearson posted a video, "Dear Mr. President and Ahmed," that questions Obama's intention behind the invitation, saying that Mohamed fits into a political agenda and that the president has not asked the families of police officers who died on the job to the White House, The Washington Post reported.

"But when a Muslim kid builds a clock? Come on by," Pearson said in the video.

So far, the 2-minute video has more than 371,000 views since it was posted on Wednesday.

Mohamed's story isn't the only one in which Pearson accuses Washington of inequality.

Pearson said it took longer for the president to lower the flag to half staff after shootings in Chattanooga, Tennessee, than it did to light the White House in rainbow colors when the Supreme Court made same-sex marriage legal across the country.

Four Marines and one sailor were shot and killed at a two military installations in Chattanooga.

The accused shooter, Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Kuwait, was killed in a shootout with police, NBC News reported.

Pearson also targets the Black Lives Matter movement in the video, calling its members "domestic terrorists."

Pearson has more than 12,000 subscribers.

Despite not being able to vote for a few more years, he calls himself a young conservative political activist who is currently backing Sen. Ted Cruz's bid for the Republican nomination for president.

He became an Internet sensation after questioning Obama's love of America in a video posted in February.

That video has more than 2 million views.