In a story published early on Friday, Politico’s Kyle Cheney authored a piece headlined “Ben Carson admits fabricating West Point scholarship” with a subhed “Carson’s campaign on Friday conceded that a central point in his inspirational personal story did not occur as he previously described.”
FK – Are the commies getting desperate? Is Carson worth voting for regardless? See vid and response in an older post. Someone who has so recently woken up to what the Bill of Rights and Second Amendment really means is not high on my list. His version is anemic at best. The income tax needs to be ended not ‘reformed’ on all levels, federal, state and local. He’s sold out to the unmentionables and the ancient tribal propaganda. Does ‘standing with Israel’ mean putting our country and Liberty second? Unfortunately for many it does. How disgusting and pathetic. If he’s in favor of forced vaccinations that’s also a no go. We need candidates with backbone that will stand up against our domestic blood enemies and work to kick them out of this country at the very least. And if he really ‘believes’ the pyramids were built for ‘grain storage?’ That’s beyond the pale. Carson needs to spend a little more time “searching.” And politics isn’t a ‘forte’ it’s human nature and a necessity and without our Liberty we have nothing.
And this one really takes the cake:
Thomas Rustici advises Carson on economic policy. New to election politics, Rustici is a professor at George Mason University in Virginia and familiar to listeners of the “G. Gordon Liddy Show.” He has argued that minimum wage laws create unemployment and make low-wage workers poorer. His main task is helping Carson explain his 10 to 15% flat tax system, which is based on the Biblical idea of tithing.
FK – Tithing? This guy is a nutbar. Maybe it belongs in the other party where they openly admit the govt. is their god and religion.