While trying to explain the shocking and rather hypocritical endorsement of Donald Trump, Ben Carson let on what we’ve suspected – the Donald doesn’t really believe the things he says.
From the Hill:
In an interview with The Hill, Carson recalled the process by which he came around to supporting the controversial front-runner, who was once his rival for the GOP nomination.
“I needed to know that he could listen to other people, that he could change his opinions, and that some of the more outlandish things that he’s said, that he didn’t really believe those things,” Carson said.
When asked which statements Trump might back away from, Carson demurred.
“I’ll let him talk about that because I don’t think it’s fair for me to relay a private conversation,” he said.
I wonder if that includes when Trump called Carson a child molester, or when he told the New York Times that he really didn’t believe all that stuff he’s said about immigration. It’s looking more and more like he’s perpetrating an enormous scam on the American people.