Ben Carson goes Captain Insano: Trump Kids Disadvantaged Because of Growing up Wealthy!

by John Galt
July 21, 2016 21:25 ET

TRIPLE_FACEPALM

This one goes in the WTF, triple face palm category of THANK GOD HE WAS NEVER A SERIOUS CONTENDER.

Or what the **** did he prescribe for himself to ally with Trump and stay stupid crap like this:

Yup, spoiled is horrible.

Doc, if you would like I can take you to meet some homeless families where the kids are lucky to get 1200 calories a day.

No wonder the GOP gets the reputation it deserves with asinine statements like this.

(h/t Beckett Adams, Washington Examiner Reporter for watching FNC so I don’t have to)

5 Comments on "Ben Carson goes Captain Insano: Trump Kids Disadvantaged Because of Growing up Wealthy!"

  1. Doug imel | 21/07/2016 at 21:36 |

    haven’t you heard of Matthew 19:24? you know the reputation of trustafarians. and the curse of the lottery winners. i know one looks at certain people and say, “i’d certainly like to have their problems.” but would you really?

    • Could care less about myself being rich, been there, done that. I’m thinking about the families I’ve helped where kids get less than 1400-1200 calories per day. Maybe they would like a full pantry and private schools, ya know?

      • Doug imel | 22/07/2016 at 20:17 |

        carson’s a religious guy. maybe his comment came from that perspective i mentioned above: that jesus said it was easier for a camel to go thru the eye of a needle…

        and the parable of lazarus and the rich man.

        everyone’s gonna get what’s coming to them on judgement day.

  2. Tallkiwi | 23/07/2016 at 22:52 |

    There is nothing even remotely “WTF, face palm,” about his comment, this is just a stupid, low level attack on Ben Carson and, by extension, Trump. His point is that there are many kids who grow up in rich families who turn out to be arrogant pricks with lots of problems because their parents have either spoiled them or didn’t have the time for them, and that Trumps kids are not like that. So yes, kids can be disadvantaged by having rich parents. Of course we have to chuck in the piece about starving kids to show what REAL disadvantage is, but Carson was NOT comparing the two.

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