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Ben Carson Tried To "Stab A Guy" In A Past Life?

In Carson thuggery?, Holocaust and US Slavery,, Joshua De Leon, Ring of Fire Radio on October 27, 2015 at 9:07 AM

Ben Carson is filling the airways with fantastic tales of a childhood as a veritable rabble-rouser and a peripheral practitioner of ‘thuggery.’ If you believe all that emanates from the brain and mouth of Carson, you may accept his weekly inner city neighborhood claims as fact, I personally feel the man is a liar who is combating Donald Trump with tales that may appeal to conservative primary voters.

While I certainly will not deny that “rock throwing” doesn’t qualify as an act of a disbelief, other claims should make on wonder about “why.”  Once we passed his all too frequent claims about the Holocaust and US Slavery, his recent comment about the a stabbing mindset seems a bridge too far.
Ring Of Fire Radio captured Carson’s latest bloviate with point-on comment form writer, Joshua De Leon.


“As a teenager, I would go after people with rocks, and bricks, and baseball bats, and hammers,” he said. “Of course, many people know the story when I was 14 and I tried to stab someone.” 

Just a reminder, Carson, who tried to stab someone, is running for president. Let that one sink in.

Read more here.

What is it about conservative politics and the GOP (in particular) that would find it acceptable for candidates to work towards the gutter to appeal to potential primary voters? We realize millions on the Right have subscribed to the Trump Effect, but we must ask where is GOP party leadership of guiding their supports to a better place?

Of course, I may be wrong assuming those potential voters and political affiliates may actually want to be in a better place. And what did our parents teach us about “assuming?”


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