Friday, November 06, 2015

CNN: "A Tale Of Two Ben Carsons"

Well, it was only a matter of time. We all know that in America a person of color is not allowed to be a Republican because the mainstream media wants you to believe that only white racists populate the Republican Party. Herman Cain found that out the hard way when he sought the Republican nomination for president in 2008. Remember how a lobbyist friend of David Axelrod from Chicago was trotted out to make false allegations that Cain had once sexually harassed her? There are no rules for truth and veracity in reporting when it comes to destroying any black person who dares to be anything other than a member of the Democratic Party.

The fact that CNN, the cable news network built on feeding the American people fake news through the use of green screens and crisis actors, would be the network to defame and destroy Ben Carson should come as no surprise. CNN is taking issue with childhood memories Carson recounts in his book, "Gifted Hands: The Ben Carson Story" in a story dubbed "A Tale of Two Ben Carsons" by Scott Glover and Maeve Reston. Carson grew up in Detroit and says there was a period in his life when he was not a model child and had a violent temper he acted upon on a number of occasions before he spiritually evolved as a Christian. CNN says it can't find any childhood friends of Carson who can verify any of the childhood accounts of his violent outbursts. The implication is that Ben Carson made up the stories to appear to be more like other black boys in an inner city Detroit neighborhood.

Excuse me, but Barack Obama's biological narrative is built on total lies fabricated from whole cloth, and anyone who dared to question that narrative was vilified as a RAAAACIST. Obama's "Dreams From My Father" was ghost written by terrorist Bill Ayers. It's chocked full of phony facts, right down to the names of girlfriends. Any photo expert who has examined family photos Obama used in his book and presidential campaign have confirmed they are very badly photo-shopped images. Legitimate reporters who tried to track down school-aged friends of Obama couldn't find any. Nobody at Columbia University can recall seeing him attend classes there. The one former high school friend who stepped forward to talk smack about Obama was quickly put in his place by dismissing him as a convicted drug user. His school records are more closely-guarded under lock and seal than the Kennedy assassination files. His ex-gay lovers either turned up dead or were hauled away to jail on trumped up criminal charges, none of which seemed to concern his fans in the mainstream media.

It's been proven that his birth certificate is a bad forgery, and his selective service registration card has been proven to have been forged as well. He's even using a social security number that was assigned to someone else born in Connecticut. His real name isn't even Barack Obama, and his real father is not some guy from Kenya. To this day, nobody who is telling the truth can say they really know who Barack Obama is. Only the guys in Langley have the real answers, which they won't be giving up for at least another 50 years. But, hey, let's not talk about Barack Obama when there's a highly-successful black guy named Ben Carson trying to get elected president as a Republican.

I don't support Ben Carson for president, but I deplore the constant efforts of the mainstream media to divide people and political parties in this country along racial lines, and to take whatever steps are necessary to destroy anyone who dares to break down those false walls they've erected to divide and conquer us. The two reporters CNN used to destroy Carson are former reporters for the LA Times who are both white, Jewish liberals. They both subscribe to the mainstream thought police views on racial division. I guess CNN doesn't employ any legit black reporters it could send into the Detroit hood who might be capable of telling us more about Ben Carson from the perspective of black people.I guess I'm only surprised Glover and Reston didn't question whether Carson was really a brain surgeon.


Pete Boggs said...

Breitbart's John Nolte offers further proof, of once-main-now-lame-stream media racism (CNN...), targeting Ben Carson:

Anonymous said...

The truth is that unless an African American- any African American- completely bows down to the extremist left of cent liberal Democrat ideology, that person will be vilified with every attempt made to silence them as "safe negroes" or crazy or what have you.

The liberal Democrat Party has NO room for independent thought, it has NO room for different voices, in fact it is one of the smallest political tents around catering to continued suppression of individuality. Why doesn't the Democrat Party apologize for its proved role in creating the KKK? Why doesn't the Democrat Party apologize for attempting to stop Civil Rights legislation in the 1960's? It's true- it's all true, go look it up.

I do not necessarily agree with Mr. Carson nor do I necessarily "support" Mr. Carson but he is obviously being intentionally targeted by the left of center liberal extremist who pretend they are tolerant... and they are... as long as one adheres letter for letter to the scientology-like opinions they give you.

Anonymous said...

You missed that the Hawaiian Health Director who vouched for the birth certificate died in a freak crash.

Gary R. Welsh said...

Correction, she was murdered. The folks who sabotaged the plane didn't count on a skilled pilot being able to soft land the plane on the ocean surface near the shore. Loretta Fuddy and every other passenger was fine when they exited the plane wearing a life jacket. Someone later killed her and made it appear she died from heart failure. But, hey, the media told us there was nothing to see here, move along so the plane's engine just blew up by freak accident, and she had a weak heart. She also happened to be the only non-physician ever appointed as Hawaii's Department of Health director and she just happened to belong to the same Subud cult Barry's mother belonged to.

Flogger said...

I would not vote for Ben Carson. As a Bernie Sanders supporter, I see the way the McMega-Media has avoided bringing up the hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton. Hillary has collected huge amounts of cash for speaking engagements to a variety of large corporations. Hillary also has bottled and is trying to sell herself as Woman's Rights advocate when the Clinton Foundation accepted millions of dollars in donations from royalty from Saudi Arabia and Oman (not exactly the model nation states for Woman's Rights). Now Hillary has done a 180 degree turn on the Keystone XL Pipeline, and TPP. There is also the infamous giggling interview about the death of Ghadaffi - We came, We saw, He died which the McMega-Media never brings up.

Anonymous said...

Condoleeza Rice and Colin Powell have excellent Republican credentials. And there are so many more. All this hyperbole about conspiracies is really foolish. In the military and Federal service, as in corporate America and the professions, blacks flourish and succeed. That Dr. Carson, who I do not support for President, is doing so well in conservative, white Iowa leading up to their caucus; this simply reflects his competitiveness. He would be equally competitive in the Democrat party. And all that nonsense espoused herein about President Obama. Its a sick obsession to stalk the President in this way. These candidates have been sufficiently vetted. Conspiracy theorists are mostly crackpots, obsessed and intellectually damaged.

Anonymous said...

No one has to discredit Ben Carson. He does a great job at doing it himself. While Ben's Mannatech sugar pills may do wonders for those with cancer, diabetes, MS, AIDS, Alzheimer's, arthritis, etc., etc., they evidently have little affect on arresting mental illness. Judging by the candidate's world assessments and prevarications, it is no wonder that he has invited a degree of scrutiny. And, if the Republican brand has slipped this far, can we expect a Ben Carson/Alex Jones ticket?

Anonymous said...

Yesterday Ben Carson suggested that gay people are free to do whatever they want, but that transgender people should be forced to use trans-only bathrooms. And now there is a petition which calls on lgbt organizations and media to drop the “T” from LGBT after the failure of the Houston vote, reading in part: We are a group of gay/bisexual men and women who have come to the conclusion that the transgender community needs to be disassociated from the larger LGB community; in essence, we ask that organizations such as the Human Rights Campaign, GLAAD, Lambda Legal and media outlets such as The Advocate, Out, Huff Post Gay Voices, etc., stop representing the transgender community as we feel their ideology is not only completely different from that promoted by the LGB community (LGB is about sexual orientation, trans is about gender identity), but is ultimately regressive and actually hostile to the goals of women and gay men.

Indiana will soon begin to debate in earnest a new non-discrimination law for LGBT in Indiana, and it is expected to impact Governor Pence’s re-election plans. Has anyone yet considered the possibility of dropping the “T” from this legislation in order to help its passage?

I am aware that Caitlyn Jenner identifies as a Republican, and does not support gay marriage, and that Ellen has real problems with some in the Trans community who simply don’t have much in common with the gay community, who do blend in fairly well to the general community and don’t raise the ire of those people freaked by shared bathrooms like in Houston.

Gary R. Welsh said...

Obama was never vetted. Anyone who attempted to research his background was condemned and vilified as a racist. The Chicago Sun-Times' Lynn Sweet casually commented in her column one day that she had read "Dreams From My Father" and concluded that she couldn't determine where the truth ended and the fiction began. That was as close as anyone in the mainstream media came to vetting him. Even Fox News blocked its conservative talking heads from discussing the holes in his biographical narrative.

Anonymous said...

In any event it appears the inquisitive journalists have succeeded in getting Dr. Carson to admit that his oft stated admission to West Point was a fabrication. This is, perhaps, the most damning thing raised to date. I think when any politician aspires to the white house they can expect a high level of scrutiny from the press. It was true of Obama and it will be true of Carson. I really don't think it matters whether black or white, Republican or Dem. And as an educated Independent, I completely reject your shallow assertions about the President, whom I consider thoroughly vetted. Some people will never be satisfied. But most people take the Obama story at face value, or with only slight discount. Politicians are prone to hyperbole and usually forgiven a bit of it. But these gay sex allegations and such, I consider them to be libelous.

Josh said...

Funny thing about cults and cultists. And convenient plane crashes. And knee jerk reactionary dems.

Barack Hussein Soebarkah? Loretta Fuddy, The Cult Of Subud, And (Possibly) Obama’s Real Daddy!

As to lgbt, why is the rest of the country terrorised by intolerant, closed minded heterophobes into changing their country to suit them? Why are protected or special classes of people created with extra rights proposed when all are equal? Why should someone get to use the bathroom of their choice when it may upset other users of that same bathroom? The excuses used by lgbt and their supporters to tyranise over the majority can be used against the lbgt agenda hypocrisy.

Lbgt are intolerant of anyone who doesn't affirm their choices and agenda.
Lbgt are closed minded to all views but their own.
And will attempt to use the force of law, like nazis, to make you agree with them or even participate in their life choices ie baking their wedding cake.

But not all lbgt people are interested in forcing others to do their will;

Anonymous said...

Let's look ONLY at Carson, folks.

This is a guy who has the balls to lie about being offered a "full scholarship to West Point".

You want him as president?

Gary R. Welsh said...

And Vice President Joe Biden lied about his wife being killed by a drunk driver, lied about his grades in law school, lied about being on law review, lied about coming from a coal mining family, stole speeches delivered by others and claimed them as his own words, and the list could go on. I don't accept people fabricating these details about their lives. What bothers me is that it only matters when it's a person of a particular political party or political point of view. Liberals can lie about everything, and it's brushed off as no big deal.

Anonymous said...

If we are to look solely at this single candidate, there are a few things I just think stand out that it's perfectly reasonable to say are enough to discredit him, without it being a matter of political or racist bias:

- Am I ok with a president who has stabbed someone. You know, can't we raise the bar higher than this? I think it should be perfectly fine to say no.

- Am I ok with a young earth creationist president? Honestly, there are just some things so ridiculous with regard to belief that I have to say no. If you cannot understand why this is impossible, you cannot handle the complex issues the office requires. Haven't we had enough of this lack of respect for education from elected officials? Yes, he is a surgeon. All I can say is that he must have been great at applied anatomy, but I seriously question whether he ever grasped pathology, genetics, and evolutionary biology. I mean give me a break, the guy can't even be honest with himSELF about this I figure. We are going to be a laughing stock on the international stage that we would elect someone this nuts.