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Quick to quiet and correct this discovery this week shared by Dr. Jen Gunter, an OB/GYN  Ben took to his Facebook page and said:

My only involvement in this study was supplying tumors that I had removed from my patients. Those tissue samples were compared to other tissue samples under a microscope. Pathologists do this work to gain clues about tumors.

I, nor any of the doctors involved with this study, [do not have] anything to do with abortion or what Planned Parenthood has been doing. Research hospitals across the country have microscope slides of all kinds of tissue to compare and contrast. The fetal tissue that was viewed in this study by others was not collected for this study.

Many wonder how can you run for President and naively believe that your faith will not be called  into question? Ben steadfastly replies to this query each time a reporter has asked him the following statement:

I’m not a politician. I don’t want to be a politician because politicians do what is politically expedient. I want to do what’s right.

When, you think about it, doing what is right comes down to accepting a basic moral code. His basic moral  code allows him to run. He firmly believes America has been favored by God because we have acknowledged Him.   Ben actually explained it by saying on an early CBN interview the following:

Our nation was founded on principles revealed to us in the Bible by a righteous and just God. These teachings began in the home and continued at school. In early public schools reading from the Bible was not only common, it was expected.

So, of all the candidates running  Ben Carson appears to be the one who’s faith is actually driving him to run.

What do you think?

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Is Ben Carson The Man Of Faith The Country Needs?  was originally published on

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