CNBC moderators tried to paint Ben Carson as a hypocrite for being on the board of Costco while they support homosexuality and he doesn’t. But he nailed that answer and got big applause for it.
Then on top of that, they accused him of being in a relationship with a nutritional company that had some very questionable claims about autism and cancer. Carson pointed out, though, that they were wrong, that he never had a relationship with this company outside of a couple of paid speeches, calling the relationship propaganda. But CNBC still tried to use it against him, saying the company put him on their website and asked if his judgement was questionable. That’s when they got booed and then Carson got the last laugh on them at the end.