Ben Carson - Hillary Clinton tied to Lucifer
Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson argued that one of Hillary Clinton’s mentors dedicated a book to Lucifer in a speech to the Republican convention on Tuesday.
The former presidential candidate, who came to fame after a speech at the National Prayer Breakfast, noted that Clinton wrote her senior thesis on Saul Alinsky, a sometimes sardonic community activist who wrote about organizational tactics for grassroots groups.
Carson then noted that on the dedication page for his book “Rules for Radicals,” Alinksy gives an “over-the-shoulder acknowledgment” to Lucifer—”who rebelled against the establishment and did it so effectively that he at least won his own kingdom.” (The page also quotes Thomas Paine and Rabbi Hillel.)
“This is a nation where every coin in our pocket, and every bill in our wallet says, “In God We Trust,'” Carson said. “So, are we willing to elect someone as president who has as their role model somebody who acknowledges Lucifer? Think about that.”
As a result, Carson said he is "proud to support Donald Trump," and he urged the convention delegates to work for his election.
"It's time for us to stand up and shout out about what we believe in," Carson said.
Background from Katehon:
Hillary Clinton is the quintessential candidate of consolidated capital. She first served as a director in Wal-Mart’s corporate board. Throughout the rest of her political career, Clinton has received millions in support from Wall Street. The Clinton Foundation relies solely on the patronage of corporations such as Wal-Mart, GE, and the infamous Goldman Sachs. Her ties to Wall Street and monopoly corporations have led to numerous speaking engagements with these institutions; a point Sen. Bernie Sanders has touched on throughout his campaign. Hillary Clinton's career as a politician has thus exemplified what it means for US politicians to be bought by the rich and then sold back to the public as “representatives” of the American people.
Many may be tempted to view the 2016 elections as a profoundly negative experience. The attempt by the predatory capitalist ruling class to undermine the Sanders campaign had the potential to discourage many who still erroneously believe the US is a democratic society. Furthermore, as Clinton gets closer to an anointed coronation, the prospect of a Donald Trump Presidency becomes greater. In conjunction to supporting Clinton, the mainstream corporate media has fear-mongered viewers about the dangers of a Trump Presidency. To many on the liberal spectrum of US politics, Trump represents the evil of all evils whose presidency would surely ruin what is left of the American democracy – if there was ever one to begin with!