Meet Dr. Carsonstein

Dr. Ben Carson performs brain surgery ... on aborted babies

By Hunter Wallace

Just yesterday, Rod Dreher wrote a post called “The GOP’s Trumpenstein Monster” over at The American Conservative. The article echoed Erick Erickson’s claim that Donald Trump is a “monster” that was created by the Republican Party.

After thinking about it, I had to disagree with Rod. Donald Trump is a billionaire and a celebrity who has been a public figure for decades. On the other hand, there is another candidate in this race whose notoriety really is due to the Republican Party, who was made famous by FOX News: Dr. Ben Carson, the black neurosurgeon who is going to “heal America,” who has recently surged into second place.

In the first 2016 Republican debate, the lovable Dr. Carson was widely praised for his closing statement in which he said he was the only candidate on stage to perform brain surgery on babies. But today, we learned about Dr. Ben Carson’s work in the 1990s on two of these aborted babies, uh, I mean “specimens”:

“Ben Carson defended the use of fetal tissue for medical research Thursday, after a blog published excerpts of a 1992 paper describing work the neurosurgeon-turned-presidential candidate carried out using aborted fetuses. In an interview with The Washington Post, Carson called the revelation “desperate,” and ignorant of the way medical research was carried out.

“You have to look at the intent,” Carson said before beginning a campaign swing through New Hampshire. “To willfully ignore evidence that you have for some ideological reason is wrong. If you’re killing babies and taking the tissue, that’s a very different thing than taking a dead specimen and keeping a record of it.” …

So, after I heard about this, I reached out to Rod Dreher on Twitter (@roddreher) to ask if he had any comment on Dr. Carsonstein, a candidate created by FOX News, and his work on these “specimens.” I was under the impression that Rod Dreher was a “pro-life” conservative. Imagine my surprise when I was blocked!

Note: Like Donald Trump, Dr. Ben Carson was also a Democrat, but strangely enough, Cuckservatism, Inc. has little to say about that.

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  1. They could block the populist right in the days before the Internet, but not any more; it is self defeating and if is so good that they are so slow to see that!

  2. Another fake conservative faked up by fake conservatives. What is the Donald going to do with this revelation? What is FOX doing with it?

  3. my first intro to Carson.. some female yap show.. a video of the interview, wherein the first two minutes he used the phrases “uh-xray” and “ix-scape”. then, on the debate the other night, i heard him use a double negative in reference to tithing. a surgeon that doesn’t have mastery of the English language….. eyeroll.

  4. Let’s jump in the Blogmeister hot tub time machine, and take a list of the 17 Republican Presidential candidates back to 1985. Let’s walk around, say, Dayton, Ohio, and show the Daytonians of 1985 the list of Republicans that will be running for President in 2016. The only one on the list that most will recognize is Trump, and the only other one that might get a few makes is Jeb Bush, because they will assume that he’s related to the incumbent Vice President.

  5. Carson is dangerous because he is an outlier that can mislead cuckservatives. If you get sent to a black-run hospital, the nurses are likely to steal your money and your cell phone. Cuckservatives should consider this 2007 news release: “After she collapsed, surveillance cameras show that Rodriguez was left on the floor. Nurses walked past her. A janitor cleaned up around her. No one did anything until police were called to take her away. They did not get far before she went into cardiac arrest and died. “This needs to stop,” state Health Services Director Sandra Shewry said Thursday as the agency moved to revoke the hospital’s license. “We’re doing this in response to the egregious incidents that have come to light in the last six weeks. “The hospital, formerly known as Martin Luther King Jr.-Drew Medical Center, was built after the 1965 Watts riot to bring health care to poor, minority communities in south Los Angeles.”

  6. “Carson:Affirmative Action – would you really let “Dr” Carson do surgery on you ? Really ?”

    No leading cuckservative would let him operate on their brain.

  7. I’d be willing to cut him some slack for things that happened in the past, but he needs to ditch his much more recent comments agreeing that America needs migrant workers in order for that to happen.

  8. Its just that FIX News has been touting him as an antiodote to Trump and I am wondering how they are going to handle this since they came out so strong against the PP tapes, not that they cared.

  9. Very funny picture of Ben Carson. He is not going to be a nominee – there is no way. Negro fatigue has set in due to the antics of Obama and the ongoing black riots in the inner cities. The media created Carson because he is black. He is not qualified to run the nation. He is simply an affirmative action candidate and that is all he will amount to.

  10. Negroes are only capable of being Straw Bosses, this has been proven down through history. You put a Negro in charge, stuff soon collapses. Even Obama isn’t in charge really, he is just a front man for JEW RUN WORLD. JEW RUN AMERICA

  11. Ben Carson admits fabricating West Point scholarship
    Carson’s campaign on Friday conceded that a central point in his inspirational personal story did not occur as he previously described.

    Ben Carson’s campaign on Friday admitted, in a response to an inquiry from POLITICO, that a central point in his inspirational personal story was fabricated: his application and acceptance into the U.S. Military Academy at West Point.
    The academy has occupied a central place in Carson’s tale for years. According to a story told in Carson’s book, “Gifted Hands,” the then-17 year old was introduced in 1969 to Gen. William Westmoreland, who had just ended his command of U.S. forces in Vietnam, and the two dined together. That meeting, according to Carson’s telling, was followed by a “full scholarship” to the military academy.
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    West Point, however, has no record of Carson applying, much less being extended admission. (snip)

  12. Despite weekly sessions on everything from Korea to Costa Rica, the Republican presidential candidate is struggling on all things abroad, according to The New York Times. The paper quoted two of Carson’s top advisers.

    A pair of foreign policy mistakes amid a week of global uproar has critics — and confidants — wondering if Carson is in over his head.

    “Nobody has been able to sit down with him and have him get one iota of intelligent information about the Middle East,” Duane Clarridge, a top adviser to Carson on terrorism and national security, told the Times.

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