Monday, November 09, 2015
Hey remember how I suggested that Ben Carson may have stepped out on his wife and I got jumped on right away? Well check this out.
Ben Carson Say He Was Sued For Paternity by tommyxtopher Courtesy of Mediaite:
A few years ago I was in the operating room, and I got a phone call from one of the Hopkins attorneys, and they said that the state of Florida was trying to attach my wages for child support. And I said “Well, I have three children, and I support them very well.” They said “No, there’s a lady in Florida who claims that you are the father of her son. And she has provided evidence of same. She told where you went to high school, where you went to college, where you went to medical school, where you did your internship and residency, how you went to Australia after that, she even has a picture of you in scrubs.” Well, you know, all that is public knowledge, so how are they going to pursue that on the basis of public knowledge? But they were going to do it, I had to get my attorney involved, and it escalated. And finally, they said “Well, we can resolve all of this if you send us some of your blood, and we can do DNA testing. And I said “Wait a minute, you people, as incompetent as you are, want me to send you a specimen of my blood?” I said “The next thing I know, it will be in a murder scene, and I’ll be in prison for the rest of my life,” I said “There’s no way you’re getting my blood.” So, you know, it continued to escalate, but you know, eventually it died. And the reason it died is because I stood boldly, I never caved. But there was a reason that I never caved. Because I knew that in my entire life, the only woman I had ever slept with was my wife.
So wait he REFUSED to take a DNA test to prove he was not the father, and yet he thinks THAT somehow supports his denial of paternity? Really?
You may remember that yesterday I posted about Carson's crazy house filled with Trump-like homages to himself.
Somebody got pissy about my inclusion of a picture of his wife and said I was being sexist. I replied in the following manner:
By the way if you think he has not cheated on her several times in their past, I have a bridge I would like to sell you. These super super religious types, with doting wives, are almost always incredible hypocrites, and I seriously doubt he is turning down too many opportunities to take advantage of good looks and fame.
Now when I said that I did so with absolute confidence that I was on firm footing. And I think that video up above more or less proves my point.
You see something that habitual liars do, and at this point I think EVERYBODY realizes that Carson is a habitual liar, is to deny something that they did ahead of time before the person, or people, they are talking to even suspects them of doing it.
We saw an example of this with Sarah Palin, when she claimed in her book that when she received a bill from her doctor after a miscarriage that the word "abortion" had been covered in Wite-Out and the word "miscarriage" written over it.
Why even include that unless you are worried that somebody is going to accuse you of having an abortion?
There was also the recent case of the Michigan State Representative who tried to start a rumor about a gay affair, in order to cover up for his actual affair with a female State Representative.
As crazy as it seems, this is not uncommon behaviors for people trying to deflect interest from a secret that they do not want to get out.
And yes I think that is what we are seeing with Ben Carson. This falls directly within that same pattern of behavior.
And that contention is only reinforced by this reporting by Mediaite:
According to the Florida Department of Revenue, there are a few holes in Carson’s story. According to their spokesperson, the state would not have contacted an employer based solely on a claim of paternity. “Wage attachment (income withholding) must be based on an income deduction order issued by a court or administrative tribunal. Before an income deduction order is issued, paternity must be established, if needed, and a support order established,” said the spokesperson in an email to Mediaite. Dr. Carson claims he learned of the claim through Johns Hopkins’ attorneys.
Hey do you know what makes paternity cases go away without ever having to go through the courts?
So obviously this is not proof that Ben Carson is a scumbag who cheated on his wife, but even if you had doubts yesterday when I first postulated that theory this must make it seem far more likely.
Don't you agree?