HUD Secretary Ben Carson Jumps Into the ‘Kavanaugh Fray’

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As well as being a brain surgeon, Dr. Ben Carson knows his political history quite well. He ties the attackers on Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh back to the Fabian Society. While that group does not exist in the United States by that name, they go way back in American history. Even back then they wanted to fundamentally change the United States of America into their socialist vision. Here is what Dr. Carson said.

As Written and Reported By Paul LeBlanc for CNN:

Washington (CNN)Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson on Friday tied the sexual assault allegation against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh to a century-old plot by socialists.

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“If you really understand the big picture of what’s going on, then what’s going on with Kavanaugh will make perfectly good sense to you,” Carson said at the Values Voter Summit in Washington. “There have been people in this country for a very long time, going all the way back to the Fabians, people who’ve wanted to fundamentally change this country.”

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Carson’s mention of “Fabians” likely refers to the Fabian Society, a British socialist group founded in 1884 that is now affiliated with the United Kingdom’s Labour Party, according to the society’s website. Although Carson tied the allegation against Kavanaugh to members of, or those sympathetic to, the Fabian Society — who he said “don’t like what America is and what it represents” — the group does not have a chapter in the United States.

The last Fabian Society chapter in the United States was founded in Boston in 1895, according to CNBC, but is no longer active. On its website, the liberal group says members “champion and celebrate Fabianism, the belief that radical long-term goals are best advanced through empirical, practical, gradual reform.”

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