Politico: Political Assassins/Ben Carson

The media has been and always has been an extension of the liberal/democratic party. Today, they have tried to embarrass and destroy Dr. Carson by claiming he fabricated going to West point. They were the ones, as always, that were fabricating. It was a complete lie. They twisted the truth and blew it out of the water with exaggerations.

This is what they said about Dr. Carson. Here is the link, read for yourself.

This is the crazy part:

“In “Gifted Hands,” Carson says he excelled in his ROTC program at Detroit’s Southwestern High School, earning the respect of his superiors — just a couple years after anger problems led him to try to murder a friend. He attained the rank of second lieutenant by his senior year of high school and became the student leader of the city’s ROTC programs.

In May of his senior year, he was chosen to march in the city’s Memorial Day parade.

“I felt so proud, my chest bursting with ribbons and braids of every kind. To make it more wonderful, we had important visitors that day. Two soldiers who had won the Congressional Medal of Honor in Viet Nam were present,” he wrote. “More exciting to me, General William Westmoreland (very prominent in the Viet Nam war) attended with an impressive entourage. Afterward, Sgt. Hunt” — his high school ROTC director — “introduced me to General Westmoreland, and I had dinner with him and the Congressional Medal winners. Later I was offered a full scholarship to West Point.”

At this point he is talking about his position in the Detroit ROTC program.

This post right here. It’s a dichotomy. I’m so dissapointed and at the same time, it’s so damn funny! All right, let me explain this to you, and then go back in read it. He was at a banquet. A public banquet. He was introduced to a four star Army General. They say he could not have gotten a scholarship without first going there. The fallacy here are like three things.

#1) And probably most importantly, if a four star general wants you to go to West Point, you’re going to West Point, should you accept.

#2) Ben Carson, in fact, did not take the offer. He said indirectly no to their face, and later explained he wanted to become a Doctor!

#3) They say he is making it up because he remembers slightly different details about an event that happened nearly fifty years ago…

So, on the comments section on another website on Facebook is where I see my political parties being subject to the lies of the liberal media. It was hear I had to defend Carson. And will continue to do.

This is my reply to a comment: ‘So he didn’t fabricate anything. Did you actually read the article?? It was at a banquet. He was introduced! “He was introduced to folks from West Point by his ROTC Supervisors,” Bennett added. “They told him they could help him get an appointment based on his grades and performance in ROTC. He considered it but in the end did not seek admission.”’

Politico quickly got other mindless robots behind them posting the same story. Finally, I guess someone read it and the article was pulled. They retracted it. Quickly.

Moral of the story;

Lesson of the day:

Before you comment on something or use a source, make sure it is credible. It’s sad to see how smart people are so blinded by what someone else wrote sometimes third handed information.

The liberal media tried to have a field day, saying that Dr. Carson lied about his West Point admission. But they’re so dumb, they proved themselves wrong 3 sentences later. Don’t believe anything you read. And stop posting things just by the titles of it. As a writer, conservative as I might be, titles are meant to get your attention. They recycle things and don’t tell you.

Read the dates; think for yourself. And stop believing everything you here. Question everything. Even Albert Einstein said this,

“The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little of this mystery every day. Never lose a holy curiosity.” (Albert Einstein)

Please read the article for yourself 🙂

May God  bless you.

Please read more: http://www.politico.com/story/2015/11/ben-carson-west-point-215598#ixzz3qlqi3mLF


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