You have to admire a guy like Ben Carson who came from pretty much nothing to get to the position in life that he has gotten to.
I remember long ago, before I ever knew who he was I was watching this documentary and listening to him describe this particular brain surgery I knew that this was a guy that was much smarter than I am.
He is one of the few people that has not said anything for the most part in regards to President Trump and it just goes to show the loyalty that the man has.
Dr. Ben Carson’s loyalty to President Trump is no surprise to anyone who knows him and his steadfast commitment to making America great again. Ever since he agreed to become President Trump’s Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, he’s been called every name in the book, but through it all, Dr. Carson has remained loyal to his Republican primary opponent, much to the disappointment of unhinged Democrats who were hoping that their pressure campaign would send him packing.
In an interview with the Washington Examiner reflecting on his four years in government, the former neurosurgeon called on all politicians of all stripes to moderate their tone at a time when agitators were intent on disrupting peaceful protests.
“I think it was potentially something that could have been tempered down,” he said of Trump’s speech. “When you saw in the audience some of the elements that looked somewhat violent, you might want to temper what you have to say.”
Epoch Times – Trump spoke to a crowd in Washington, telling them at one point, “We fight like Hell and if you don’t fight like Hell, you’re not going to have a country anymore.”
He also said that people who were planning to march to the Capitol should do so “peacefully and patriotically.”
Trump finished at 1:12 p.m. The crowd at the Capitol began getting unruly before then. It takes about 45 minutes to walk from where Trump spoke to the Capitol.
Carson said it was clear that the group that attacked the Capitol was already going to do so before Trump spoke.