Dr Carson Goes Off In Front Of President Barack Obama At Prayer Breakfast This Morning, Viral Video! “”We’ve reached a point where people are actually afraid to talk about…..”| Obama
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You would be wrong! Dr Carson said this with Obama sitting 10 feet from him. This is going Viral, as it should.
Dr Carson Gives Obama a history lesson and explains the war of 1812, then informs President Obama about what the American Flag Stands for, Dr Carson is a True American Hero!!!
Dr Carson really unloads in the last 5 minutes of his speech.
You Have to see this to blieve it!!
Dr Ben Carson was born in Detroit, Michigan and was raised by a single mother, Sonya Carson. Dr Carson struggled academically throughout elementary school, but started to excel in middle school and throughout high school.
Ater graduating with honors from Southwestern High School, he attended Yale University, where he earned a degree in Psychology. He chose to go to Yale because in College Bowl, an old knowledge competition TV program, he saw Yale compete against and defeat many other colleges, including Harvard. Carson wanted to participate in College Bowl, but the program was discontinued. From Yale, he attended University of Michigan Medical School.
One of the more unique speeches delivered at this morning’s National Prayer Breakfast came from Dr. Benjamin S. Carson, a world-renowned pediatric neurosurgeon at Johns Hopkins Hospital. Taking the stage before President Barack Obama’s faith-filled address, Carson spoke for more than 25 minutes, tackling issues ranging from education to personal responsibility. His keynote, while predicated upon the theme of Jesus Christ as his ultimate role model, also took a starkly political tone, advocating against some of the very policies the president has implemented.
At the beginning of his speech, Carson shared an intense disdain for political correctness. Without getting too specific on the issue front, he said that Americans should stop being afraid to speak up and defend their beliefs; he also encouraged people to respect the individuals they disagree with. Carson held little back, condemning political correctness as “a horrible thing” that is “dangerous,” as it hampers freedom of thought and expression.
“We’ve reached a point where people are actually afraid to talk about……