City Councilman Makes SHAMEFUL Comments Against HUD Secretary Ben Carson

If there was ever a man in government that deserved to be treated with rest, it would be Dr. Ben Carson, the Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). So when New York Councilman Jumaane Williams resorts to an insult saying that Mr. Carson “has some melanin in his skin,” he crossed the line. Mr. Williams goes from there into white supremacists and Nazi accusations against the Trump administration. The name calling from the left just gets viler and viler. There seems to be no desire for unity, just the destruction of the current Presidency. There is no decency left on the left.

As Written By David Krayden for the Daily Caller:

New York Councilman Jumaane Williams says Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Secretary Ben Carson was only appointed because he “has some melanin in his skin.”

Williams was a guest on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Monday to respond to comments from California Rep. Maxine Waters, who vowed to go after Carsonwhen he appears before her housing committee.

Daily Caller founder Tucker Carlson asked Williams if he had “any evidence” for calling Carson an “affirmative action hire, a quota hire.”

“There, for me, seemed no other reason for a man who was clearly unqualified, had no experience in housing at all, whatsoever, and when you have the word ‘urban’ in it, to put someone with some melanin in his skin … that was reason enough for me.”

Williams went further, saying that Carson was part of a white supremacist agenda because “people who believe in neo-Nazism, people who believe in [white] supremacy support those [Trump] agendas, support those ideologies, support those polices, and Ben Carson is part of those who ……


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