Obnoxious Lefty Bill Maher Mocks Ben Carson For His Faith, And Here’s Carson’s Terrific Response

The one thing that seemingly keeps Ben Carson near the top of the GOP presidential race to date is his quiet, confident composure. Carson, in TV interviews, manages to keep his poise at a level most Americans could never achieve, much less maintain.

One imagines that comes from Carson’s career as a world-renowned neurosurgeon. After all, handling blabbermouth cable-TV hosts is nothing compared to the difficulty of separating conjoined twins, for example.

So when Carson was asked about a segment on Bill Maher’s horrid HBO show, in which Maher and scientist Neil Grasse Tyson took turns trashing him for his religious faith, he didn’t bat an eye before giving a devastating response in the same calm, measured tone he always gives.

Here’s what Maher and Tyson said about Carson (via IJ Review)…

During an episode of “Real Time with Bill Maher,” the host and his guest, astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson, had the following exchange regarding Carson:

BILL MAHER: “He can separate conjoined twins but he can’t separate fact from fiction…He took on the Big Bang theory. He said: ‘Ridiculous. Our solar system, not to mention the universe outside of us, is extraordinarily well organized’…”

NEIL DEGRASSE TYSON: “Except for when asteroids come and render life extinct. But other than that, it’s organized. Except for when stars explode…”

MAHER: “And also of evolution, he said: ‘I personally believe that this theory that Darwin came up with was something that was encouraged by the adversary.’”

And here’s what Carson came back with, on the O’Reilly Factor (which has far higher ratings than Maher’s show)…

Who sounds more serious, and who sounds more intelligent?

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