Yesterday, Ben Carson declared: “I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation.”
He subsequently explained why to The Hill newspaper: “I do not believe shariah is consistent with the Constitution of this country.”
With these few words, the retired neurosurgeon-turned-Republican presidential candidate has done more to illuminate the nature of the threat we are facing from Islamic supremacism than have the past two presidents combined.
While some predictably are reviling Dr. Carson for telling the truth about Islamists’ totalitarian doctrine, he has rendered an incalculably important public service. Once we understand that, while not all Muslims adhere to shariah, those that do are committed to a program that would destroy our Constitution and the freedoms it guarantees, we can begin, finally, to combat the latter effectively.
Thank you, Ben Carson.
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