Donald Trump and Dr. Ben Carson are at the top — neck-and-neck in most presidential polls — and apparently Trump is feeling the heat as he has sided with leftist rag Politico in their fraudulent attacks against the prominent pediatric neurosurgeon.
In case you missed it, Politico, which should probably really be called “Pollutico” for digging into things that happened in Carson’s past over four decades ago, and then outright lying about his past and current statements (even some leftist media outlets called out Politico’s lies).
Friday, on FOX News’ The O’Reilly Factor, Donald Trump told Bill O’Reilly that Ben Carson suffered from a “pathological disease” because of things Carson admits that he did as a teenager as a result of having a very hot temper at the time.
Carson, often criticized for his mellow persona, is a committed Christian who says that he was healed by God of the bad temper he had as a youth after shutting himself in a bathroom and praying for three hours.
Trump, who also claims to be a man of faith, is perplexed that God healed Carson of his youthful temper, claiming that, without evidence, the even-keeled Carson still has the issue and that only drugs, not God, can heal him.
“When you suffer from pathological disease, you’re not really getting better unless you start taking pills and things,” Trump told O’Reilly.
“Do you think that’s the right temperament to be president?” Trump asked. “I don’t think so,” he said, answering his own question, while claiming that the leftist media’s desperate attempt to smear Carson is completely legitimate.
“I don’t think it’s small ball if you have somebody that admits that he suffers from pathological disease,” Trump said.
But Ben Carson never admitted that he “suffers from pathological disease,” as Trump claims. Carson said that God healed him, and as a Christian, this should not be a far-fetched belief as Trump seems to claim.
For example, Psalm 107:19-21 states:
“Then they cried to the Lord in their trouble, and he saved them from their diseases. He sent forth his word and healed them; he rescued them from the grave. Let them give thanks to the Lord for his unfailing love and his wonderful deeds for men.”
Perhaps Donald Trump doesn’t believe the many biblical verses that speak of the miraculous healing power of Jesus Christ, a pillar tenant of Christianity.
“You don’t get better. If it’s in your stream, it’s in your stream,” Trump told O’Reilly.
I think Donald Trump may want to blow the dust off of his cover of his Bible and actually read it. And if he doesn’t believe in the healing power of Jesus Christ, then stop the facade of pretending to be a Christian and a man of faith.
We already have one phony Christian in the White House. America doesn’t need another one.