Donald Trump’s newfound love and protection of Ben Carson is beyond laughable — it’s insincere at best and possibly indicative of a serious mental disorder at worst.
As you can see in the short 35-second video below, Trump’s worse enemy is often his own words, which contradict themselves at a head-snapping warp speed.
Just this week, as the video shows, Trump referred to Carson as a “very good person,” but when Carson was soaring in the polls, all the way back in ancient history — like November of last year — Trump was sliming the esteemed neurosurgeon with a dishonest and hateful character assassination.
“I don’t want a person who has a pathological disease,” Trump said about the “very good person” Carson, less than three months ago at a campaign rally.
Worse yet, Trump smeared the highly respected Carson as a “sick puppy” and even on par with being a “pedophile.”
But now that Carson’s campaign has faltered some, and is no longer seen as a major rival to the bombastic billionaire and reality TV star, Carson is back to being a “very good person.”
So which is it, Donald? Is Dr. Ben Carson a “very good person,” or is he a “sick puppy” and a “pedophile?”
Because, it is impossible to be all three simultaneously, unless the polls shift.