September 30, 2014
Ben Carson, a “Black Republican” who is among the many subhumans who destroyed the Tea Party by joining it and redirecting away from its roots as an implicitly White affair, has again come out and forwarded a deranged conspiracy theory about the possibility of “anarchy” stopping the 2016 elections from taking place, and thus allowing “muh nigga barrag” to stay in power indefinitely.
Speaking with Chris Wallace on Sunday, Carson, who has stated he plans to run for President in 2016 – presumably attempting to ensure that Blacks remain in complete control of these United States – was asked about his theory.
WALLACE: You said recently that there might not even be elections in 2016 because of widespread anarchy. Do you really believe that?
CARSON: I hope that that’s not going to be the case. But certainly there’s the potential because you have to recognize that we have a rapidly increasing national debt, a very unstable financial foundation, and you have all these things going on like the ISIS crisis that could very rapidly change things that are going on in our nation. And unless we begin to deal with these things in a comprehensive way and in a logical way there is no telling what could happen in just a couple of years.
What these statements prove is that Black people are stupid and need to be immediately thrown out of the Republican Party and ultimately sent back to Africa on gigantic boats.
Carson recently finished second to the Cuban wetback troll Ted Cruz in a “Values Voters” straw poll regarding the Republican choice for the next President.
Though the Tea Party was always a bit soft, it was originally a White movement, though no one involved wanted to admit it. Because they wouldn’t admit it – even to themselves – they were co-opted by Jew-driven capitalist forces and infiltrated by non-Whites.
The Tea Party is now a completely rainbow-colored joke, and the Whites who originally supported it have long-since backed away slowly – though none of them will admit why, it is clearly because the original purpose of it was to provide an outlet for disenfranchised Whites. If they would have been an openly racial organization, this never could have happened, but because of the guilt that even conservative Whites in this country suffer from, they felt they needed to accept diversity when it came knocking.
Carson’s weird conspiracy claims typify the present nature of this neutered political movement.