Ben Carson Would Like To See Roe vs. Wade Overturned!

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Presidential candidate Ben Carson, claimed that he would like to see supreme court decision Roe vs. Wade overturned!

“I’m a reasonable person and if people can come up with a reasonable explanation of why they would kill a baby, I’ll listen,” said Carson.

Carson opposes abortions for unwanted pregnancies such as rape or incest explained to Chuck Todd on “Meet The Press.”

“That’s an extraordinarily rare situation,” said Carson. “But if that very rare situation occurred, I believe there’s room to discuss that.”

During the interview, Todd asked Carson how he would respond if he became the GOP nominee and those contentions remarks are used to attack him.

“As people get to know me, they know that I’m not a hateful, pathological person like some people try to make me out to be. And that will be self-evident. So I don’t really worry about that,” said Carson.

Surgeon Carson has made headlines several times with controversial comments such as calling President Barack Obama a “psychopath” as well as being gay is a choice because people “go into prison straight — and when they come out, they’re gay.”

After the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College in Oregon, Carson linked gun control to the Holocaust. He explained that Hitler’s goals would have been diminished if people were armed.

“There’s a reason these dictatorial people take the guns first,” said Carson.

On “Meet the Press,” Carson defended those comments as he stated:

“I think it is generally agreed that it’s much more difficult to dominate people who are armed than people who are not armed. Some people will try to take that and, you know, make it into an anti-Jewish thing, which is foolishness.”

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