Getting compared to a “child molester” ain’t so bad, everybody does it in politics and it’s excused because it’s just the “politics of personal destruction,” according to Dr. Ben Carson in this difficult to watch video.
In an interview with Yahoo News anchor Bianna Golodryga on Wednesday, Carson, advertised as a principled Christian conservative during the presidential campaign, excused being compared to a “child molester” by bloviating billionaire and reality TV actor Donald Trump because — are you sitting down? — “It did work.”
BIANNA GOLODRYGA: “If someone like Mr. Trump can call you — an acclaimed and noted neurosurgeon — as someone who lacks intellect or is a child molester, doesn’t that alarm you as to how he can portray other people in this country as well and use the same rhetoric?
BEN CARSON: “Well, you know, he said, you know, it was political, you know, he was concerned about the fact that he couldn’t shake me.
You know, I understand, you know, politics, in particular the politics of personal destruction.
And you have to admit — to some degree — that it did work. A lot of people believed him.”
By endorsing the narcissistic vulgarian real estate tycoon, the enabling and complicit Ben Carson is endorsing the very type of behavior he supposedly ran to change in politics.
It’s as bad as Rand Paul getting elected by the Tea Party and then endorsing establishment RINO Mitch McConnell, aka: “Obama’s Mitch,” who is trying to destroy the Tea Party.
It makes zero sense. Ben Carson often railed against the left’s usage of demonic Saul Alinsky tactics, then endorses the unprincipled con man who has mastered Alinsky tactics? Maybe Ben Carson, whose reputation was the highest of all presidential candidates, with very high favorability ratings, isn’t so pure after all.