Only hours after the Republicans all turned their speeches into anti-Clinton banners, Carson was the next to take a go at her. He had a well-created teleprompter speech, but as soon as the words started rolling up, he quickly abandoned it and took a more “religious approach.”
Carson talked about Saul Alinsky, the Democratic Socialist writer and a close ally of Clinton since her college life. He said that the communist had openly declared his allegiance to Lucifer. Claiming that all the nation had to do was connect the dots and see who he was referring to.
“I’m bringing it to people’s attention,” Carson explained. “Anyone who is associated with Alinsky is someone that they need to know about. Are we willing to elect as president someone who has as their role model somebody who acknowledges Lucifer? If we continue to allow to take God out of our lives, God will remove himself from us. We will not be blessed, and our nation will go down the tubes.”
The arena quickly cleared off and left the faithful chanting at Carson. He then talked at length about his allegations about Clinton, and finally declared that Trump was the best candidate for the job. He said that Trump was a religious person and had the American worker’s needs at heart.
Carson has become a staunch supporter of Trump ever since he stepped down in the race. Many argue there has not been a stronger advocate to Trump ever since Carson stepped down in the running. However, with his religious front, many fail to understand why Carson has branded Trump as a religious figure with all the vulgar and less than politically correct statements he makes.