Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson went toe-to-toe with the hosts of "The View" on Tuesday.
It wasn't a standard presidential-candidate interview.
Whoopi Goldberg's first two questions to the soft-spoken Republican were: No. 1, whether he ever yelled; and No. 2, about his claim that "Nazi Germany could happen here."
"That's not what I said," Carson protested.
"What I said was that most of the people in Nazi Germany did not believe in what Hitler was doing. But did they speak up? No," he said.
"They kept their mouths shut. And when you do that, you are compromising your freedom and the freedom of people who come behind you. You have to be willing to stand up for what you believe in."
Goldberg pointed out that people and groups such as the White Rose Society did push back against Hitler. Carson maintained that the German public didn't speak up enough.
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This gaggle of hens need to go home and do the wash and the windows and stop meddling in things above their pay grade.
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Dr. Carson is a good man no question about that .He is Just Not the right man to be President .
Keep talking Ben. Bless you Ben!!!
Whoopie Goldbery is such a dimwit. I wonder if she EVER thinks before engaging her mouth. Doubtful!
I like Whoopi Goldberg as an actor but she should stay out of politics because we have enough actors in our WH and Senate and Congress already.