FIREWORKS: Ben Carson SHUTS DOWN Maxine Waters Over Puerto Rican Recovery | Sean Hannity

Dr. Ben Carson shut-down hyper-liberal Congresswoman Maxine Waters on Thursday, after the left-wing lawmaker tried to convince the HUD Secretary to denounce President Trump’s hurricane recovery efforts in Puerto Rico.

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Maxine should have considered arguing with a lamp post rather than with Ben “the pyramids were silos” Carson.

No doubt tut he lamp post likely would have been better informed but definitely more illuminating.

Another OP that fails to live up to the headline hype.

There were no “fireworks” and Ben Carson most assuredly did not “shut down” Maxine “the mouth” Waters.

Did love this pure gem of insight from old’Ben, “There’s no question that there have been a lot of difficulties in Puerto Rico.”

Gee Ben. Maybe that is because they are in the middle of an ocean, a really, really big ocean. That and they don’t have any pyramids to store grain to tide them over after a hurricane.

Do you know where Puerto Rico is located? Being in the middle of a big, really big ocean does not in itself automatically create a lot of difficulties. Your cute sarcasm is exactly that- juvenile and cute. How old are you? Does your mother know where you are?


You been hiding under a rock the last year or so?

From our idiot President: >“This is an island sitting in the middle of an ocean — and it’s a big ocean, a really, really big ocean,” Trump told reporters on Tuesday, days after he came under fire for an allegedly lackluster response to Hurricane Maria, which devastated the island.

Shortly after, he echoed the same idea to the Prime Minister of Spain, reinforcing how difficult it is to get supplies to Puerto Rico, which is just 100 miles from the Dominican Republic.

It’s out in the ocean. You can’t just drive your trucks there,” Trump said. “This is tough stuff.”

From our illustrious HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson: > “My own personal theory is that Joseph built the pyramids to store grain,” Carson said in a 1998 commencement speech at Andrews University, unearthed by BuzzFeed. “Now all the archaeologists think that they were made for the pharaohs’ graves. But, you know, it would have to be something awfully big — when you stop and think about it, and I don’t think it’d just disappear over the course of time — to store that much grain.”