Since being arrested for bringing a homemade clock that resembled a bomb to school in Irving, Texas earlier this month, 14-year-old Ahmed Mohammed's parents have hired high-profile attorneys to pursue legal rights for their "highly traumatized" son.
On radio Wednesday, Glenn didn't hesitate to bring some humor to the mind-blowing irony of the situation.
"He's so severely traumatized, he has to go to the White House and meet with the president," Glenn said. "I wish I could be traumatized like that, because I would like to sit in the White House and talk to this president for a few minutes."
Below is a rush transcript of this segment, it might contain errors.
GLENN: Bond, also a community activist, who previously sued the Irving mayor for defamation, went on to claim that Mohammed felt a school administrator had been terrorizing him since the sixth grade. So we have Anthony Bond, who is testifying on behalf of this boy. But he's also a school activist. A community activist. So we've got the Barack Obama of our little neighborhood here testifying.
Among the Muslim bashing allegations against the administrator is that he hindered Mohamed from praying in school and dished out unfair punishments. Kubiak, now retired, reconnected with Mohamed months after his final day in Sam Houston Middle School, speaking on the phone shortly after the arrest, turned him into a celebrity.
His former teacher was told, quote, I told you one day that I was going to be -- and you told me yourself, I was going to be really big on the internet one day, end quote. Mohamed's parents have since hired two high-profile attorneys to pursue their severely traumatized son's legal rights. In the aftermath of the --
PAT: Severely traumatized.
JEFFY: Oh, my gosh.
PAT: Did you know he had to sit in the station for two hours?
GLENN: He's so severely traumatized, he has to go to the White House and meet with the president.
PAT: Yeah, that's how traumatized he is.
GLENN: I wish I could be traumatized like that, because I would like to sit in the White House and talk to this president for a few minutes.
STU: Can you bring in a clock so maybe --
GLENN: I'm thinking about doing it.