|Carson defends his past. Can't figure out his present.|
You know what pisses me off. Conservatives continue to say Obama instead of properly naming him as President Barack Obama or the president. They refer to the retired neurosurgeon Benjamin Carson as "Dr. Ben Carson".
They show no respect towards the president. They are so obsessed with saying his last name to gin up concern trolls and kookspiracy theorists about his race, his birthplace and his religion. The "Commie Muslim Obummer" is ruining the country. They say that the president is the biggest "divider-and-chief" when it comes to race relations.
These clowns turn around and say we're not racist, "We love Dr. Ben Carson". When Black leaders and celebrities slam Carson for being a fucking clown, conservatives say that Blacks and "liberals" are racist.
They will say that Black people will never get off the "Democrat Plantation". Blacks will never vote for "a Black Republican" and we're focused solely on the fact that he's a successful Republican.
The front runner is pissed that the junk food media is focusing on his past. He believes that the junk food media is focused on "gotcha moments".
The junk food media has questioned his accounts of these events.
- The story about being in a Baltimore Popeye's and the robber came in.
- The story about nearly hitting his mother with a hammer.
- The story about not working or promoting Mannatech, a diet supplemental company.
- The story about nearly stabbing a friend with a knife.
In the book Gifted Hands, the hit autobiography from Carson, there's a point where he describes he met the four star general at the time William Westmoreland. He said that he rejected a scholarship to go to West Point to become a doctor. He said that he met the famed general in Detroit.
The Politico and CNN blew that assertion out of the water. The Politico wrote that Carson's details were shaky. The general was in Washington, DC playing tennis. He wasn't in Carson's hometown o Detroit.
West Point, however, has no record of Carson applying, much less being extended admission.
"In 1969, those who would have completed the entire process would have received their acceptance letters from the Army Adjutant General," said Theresa Brinkerhoff, a spokeswoman for the academy. She said West Point has no records that indicate Carson even began the application process. "If he chose to pursue (the application process) then we would have records indicating such," she said.
When presented with this evidence, Carson’s campaign conceded the story was false.
"Dr. Carson was the top ROTC student in the City of Detroit," campaign manager Barry Bennett wrote in an email to POLITICO. "In that role he was invited to meet General Westmoreland. He believes it was at a banquet. He can’t remember with specificity their brief conversation but it centered around Dr. Carson’s performance as ROTC City Executive Officer."
This admission comes as serious questions about other points of fact in Carson's personal narrative are questioned, including the seminal episode in which he claimed to have attempted to stab a close friend. Similarly, details have emerged that cast doubt on the nature of Carson's encounter with one of the most prominent military men of that era.
Carson got angry. He said that the media is trying to "take him out". He also went into the Hillary Clinton campaign.
Carson told the junk food media to focus on Benghazi. He believes that she is the real "liar" running for the White House.