"First, first update, the activist father of this kid who took a clock from Radio Shack, took it out of its casing, then put it in a briefcase, May made it so it counts down, not up, brought it to school. As we told you yesterday, it was not a science fair, it was not a science project. He was not asked to make it. There was no reason to make it. He brought it to one of his teachers. The teacher did not say, “Oh, my gosh, Johnny, that’s such a great clock.” The teacher saw it and he said, “What are you doing, bringing this to school? This is wholly inappropriate. Go put that in your locker and never bring it out again.” He didn’t. He brings it to another class, and it starts to count down. The teacher is freaking out, like, “What is that?” He’s brought into the principal’s office. I can’t tell you the details of the principal’s office because the family will not agree to let the details be released because he’s a minor. Now, let me tell you what I can share with you, this broke yesterday. His activist father, who, by the way, ran for president of the Sudan twice. He is a guy who is in with CAIR and the Muslim Brotherhood. He is an activist. His activist father has pulled him and his two siblings out of the school here in Irving, Texas. Then he’s taking his son and his family to meet with dignitaries at the UN as they’re starting to raise the Palestinian flag. You know that’s happening in the next ten days. So this kid who was just an amazing scientist who went to Radio Shack, took a clock apart, put it in a briefcase, he’s now meeting with the dignitaries at the UN. That’s not all. Then he’s going to take his pilgrimage with his family to Mecca in Saudi Arabia. Once they’ve walked around the cube, then they’re getting on a plane and they’re flying directly to the White House where they will sit down and meet with President Obama"