Neurosurgeon Ben Carson explains his stance on certain issues within our society. He made the right choice to speak at National Action Network, because Rev. Sharpton allegedly supports homosexuality. We believe because Ben Carson is a daring and courageous individual God may bless him to become the next president of the United States.
According to NYDailyNews.com, the pediatric neurosurgeon, who could soon become the first black man to jump into the 2016 contest, told the tale of his rise from the humblest of beginnings while seeking to debunk what he called false impressions about his stances on hot-button issues.
"I don't hate gay people. I just happen to believe marriage is between a man and a woman," Carson told Sharpton's annual gathering of civil rights activists in midtown.In the meantime, our prayers are with Ben Carson and even Rev. Al Sharpton.