They really don’t make men like Ben Carson any more…
He’s truly one of the most geniune, hard working and honest people to have worked in our government.
But one of the best things about Dr. Carson is his simple and knowledgable outlook on all of the chaos that’s erupting around us.
Dr. Carson is encouraging Americans to not let this divisive rhetoric tear our country apart, because according to him, this is exactly what the socialist leaning left wants.
Ben warns that the extreme chaos that our country is going through is typically what comes before socialism is implemented.
Pretty chilling right?
Check out his full statement to Newsmax here:
"The plight and position of black people in America has improved dramatically just in my lifetime – see if you can get the Left to admit that," @realBenCarson tells @GregKellyUSA. https://t.co/VlT7z8v2lm pic.twitter.com/V0fzwN9LXa
— Newsmax (@newsmax) April 23, 2021
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It definitely gets you thinking right?
In just over a year, our country has faced one humdinger after another, with plenty of shootings and racial unrest peppered in there.
Which is why it’s considered by many to be the worst year in decades.
The year 2020 will undoubtedly go down in history as the worst year ever — at least to those of us living in it. It started with Australia on fire. By March, 46 million acres, an area roughly the size of Syria, had burned, destroying the habitats of more than 800 vertebrate species alone. The fires took the homes and lives of many people as well.
Then racial unrest broke out in the U.S. (and quickly spread elsewhere) after a white Minneapolis police officer killed a Black man, George Floyd. Hurricane season broke a slew of records. Meanwhile, as if inspired by Australia’s fire season, much of the Western U.S. went up in flames.
And, oh yeah, a pandemic raged across the planet, killing more than a million and a half people worldwide (so far) and more than 300,000 in the U.S., where it has also caused a recession putting more than ten million people out of work. No doubt about it, 2020 was a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad year.
Our country has certainly been through worse than this, but the question is is the majority of our population strong enough to overcome this?
Only time will tell.
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