CPAC superstar Ben Carson: I got ‘nastygrams’ calling me the N-word [video]

Ben Carson says he got some “nastygrams” after criticizing Obama at prayer breakfast.

— Brian Hughes (@BrianHughesDC) March 16, 2013

Dr. Ben Carson Making us Proud, Smart and Thoughtful as #RightWing the RightWay!! #ThePrayerBreakfastClub #CPAC2013…

— Carla Vergamini(@vergfam) March 16, 2013

After Dr. Ben Carson criticized Obamacare during a rip-roaring speech at the annual National Prayer Breakfast, he says he received “nastygrams” laced with racial epithets.

Dr. Carson says received lots of “nastygrams” since Prayer Breakfast. ‘How dare you speak about MY president’ and “you are just a N-word.”

— BrakktonBookerNPR (@brakktonbooker) March 16, 2013

Are you wearing your shocked face?

Damn conservatives! MT RT: @aaronblakewp: Ben Carson says he got letters after his speech calling him an n-word for insulting Obama. #CPAC

— DrewM (@DrewMTips) March 16, 2013

Democratic strategist Greg Pinelo called for a fact-check.

Produce them. Prove it. MT @mckaycoppins: Ben Carson says at CPAC thathe received some “nastygrams” from liberals calling him “an N-word.”

— Greg Pinelo (@gregpinelo) March 16, 2013

@mckaycoppins Ask to see these “nastygrams” and verify that they came from “liberals.”

— Greg Pinelo (@gregpinelo) March 16, 2013

Evidently he doesn’t spend much time on Twitter.

Carson asked when we reached the point that philosophy is supposed to be tied to skin color.

Dr Carson: Got nastygrams frm ppl upset I attacked Obama. Where did we get to pt you have to have a specific philosophy based on skin color?

— LexiStemple (@LexiFoxNews) March 16, 2013

When did we reach a point where you have to have a certain philosophy based upon the color of your skin. – @realbencarson #CPAC2013

— Whitney Pitcher (@whitneypitcher) March 16, 2013

The crowd went wild with cheers when Carson hinted at a possible presidential run.

Ben Carson at #cpac2013: “Let’s say you magically put me in the White House” Long, sustained cheering from crowd

— Katrina Trinko (@KatrinaTrinko) March 16, 2013

Standing ovation after Dr. Ben Carson said, “Let’s say you magically put me into the White House”. #CPAC2013

— Stevie J. West (@StevieJWest) March 16, 2013

“If you just magically put me into the White House…” said Dr. Ben Carson in a hypothetical, which led to rousing applause. #CPAC2013

— United Liberty (@unitedliberty) March 16, 2013

Dr. Carson also delivered a one-liner the audience loved:

Ben Carson’s retort to those who say he’s just a brain surgeon, so he can’t understand economics: “It’s not brain surgery.” #CPAC13

— Glen Asbury (@glenasbury) March 16, 2013

So about those hints at a presidential run …

Asked about getting into politics, Ben Carson says, “Who knows?” #CPAC2013

— Brian Hughes (@BrianHughesDC) March 16, 2013


How predictable are Carson’s detractors? This predictable:

Tolerance brigade calls Ben Carson ‘token,’ ‘Uncle Tom’ and ‘Oreo’ after CPAC speech

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