April 13, 2015, - 3:44 pm

Hillary Clinton, Rand Paul & Ben Carson Have Something Very Disturbing in Common

By Debbie Schlussel


As Hillary Clinton declared her entitlement–her entitlement to be handed America’s Presidency–yesterday, I couldn’t help but think that two of those people pretending to attack her have something in common with her. Those two people are Rand Paul and Ben Carson. And that something–that someone–in common is disturbing enough for me never to vote for either of them.



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I have many well-founded reservations against flip-flopping phony Rand Paul, some of which I’ve already discussed on this site and some which I’ll mention in a future post. But, as he campaigned against Hillary Clinton after his announcement that he was running for President, last week, I couldn’t help but think about his and Hillary Clinton’s common bed partner, Al Sharpton. Al’s people have a very derogatory, offensive term for it: “Eskimo brother” (or “Eskimo sister”), a politically incorrect Black slang term for two men (or women . . . or people of opposite sexes) who’ve been in bed with the same person (at different times). My apologies to real life Eskimos–as the term is clearly a slur against them–but for some reason, the people at TMZ have been casually using the term on TV, all week. A more accurate term might be “Hezbollah brother” or “Hezbollah sister.” But unlike Al Sharpton, Eskimos don’t have a National Action Network to hold corporations hostage, shake them down, and then incite riots and the murders of at least 10 people, including two cops.

And, see, that’s the thing. Al Sharpton called Jews “Zionist interlopers,” Whites “White interlopers,” gays, “Faggots” (on “The Morton Downey, Jr. Show”), and he incited the arson murders of at least seven people (most of them Black) at Freddy’s Fashion Mart, the violent murder of Chassidic Jew Yankel Rosenbaum, and the murders of two minority cops in New York City, just months ago, by a Muslim man. He has a lot of blood on his hands. And that’s aside from the feces he basically had on his hands, when he led Muslim convert Tawana Brawley in her defamation of six White men, including New York police and a prosecutor, whom she falsely accused of raping her and smearing her with feces (none of which happened; she smeared it on herself).

Oh, and both Rand Paul and Hillary were on the same side as Al Sharpton when it came to Michael Brown in Fergustan, Missouri. All of them concluded the “evil cracka” police officer, Darren Wilson, was at fault, even though the exact opposite was true. Paul authored op-ed pieces and spoke out about authoritarian White police repressing and persecuting Black Americans and so on. And he met and hung out with Al Sharpton about “crime issues.” Hmmm . . . well, Al Capone, John Dillinger, and Jeffrey Dahmer weren’t available. Because when you want to solve crime, that’s who you meet with, coke dealer, racist, riot-inciter, and shakedown king extraordinaire, Al Sharpton. It’s like when Sharpton told me on ABC’s “Politically Incorrect” that he met with Yasser Arafat because he wanted to hear Arafat’s solutions to help stop terrorism at the time that Arafat was behind the blowing up of bars, a pizza shop, a hotel on Passover, etc. (the video clip is on this tape at about 1:05).

“Sen. Paul and Rev. Sharpton discussed criminal justice reform, demilitarization of police, and the senator’s recent trip to Ferguson,” Paul’s spokesperson Eleanor May said in an email. Sharpton has taken the lead in combating police violence in places such as New York City and Ferguson, Missouri. . . . Paul recently met with African-American groups in Ferguson.

Hey, ya know with whom Paul never met? Officer Darren Wilson whom he defamed. Officer Darren Wilson whose whole life was ruined because he did everything right and did what he did to save his own life. Rand Paul never apologized to Officer Wilson. Don’t hold your breath for Al Sharpton’s GOP Senate bedmate to ever do that.

Then, there is Ben Carson. He was given several chances to denounce Al Sharpton in recent appearances on NBC’s “Meet the Press” over the last year and a half. Host Chuck Todd mentioned that Barack Obama hosted Al Sharpton at the White House and asked Carson, “Should President Obama be meeting with Al Sharpton?” That was a softball question that anyone with decency and honor would have–and should have–hit out of the park, with a “Hell, No!” and a litany of Al Sharpton’s violent and criminal history of race merchantry. But Ben Carson proved to me that he doesn’t have that decency and honor. Instead, he replied, “President Obama should be meeting with a lot of people.” HUH? Should David Duke be in the mix, too, Dr. Carson? Unlike Sharpton, he hasn’t killed anyone. Oh, and then, last week, Ben Carson was a featured speaker at the annual convention of Al Sharpton’s National Action Network race-baiting operation.

It’s okay, another hero of many of you blind Ben Carson droolers, Sean Hannity, also spoke at a recent National Action Network annual convention. And Hannity repeatedly gave murderous racist Sharpton a constant forum on his FOX News show, helping Sharpton to garner his own show on MSNBC. Sarah Palin also cozied up to blood-on-his-hands Al Sharpton at the after-party when both were on the recent “Saturday Night Live” 40th anniversary show, just weeks after Sharpton incited the murder of the two New York cops. And Palin got upset when Sharpton didn’t return the cozying. Told ya she was an idiot and a phony.


So, when I hear Rand Paul, and to a lesser extent, Ben Carson, attacking Hillary Clinton–when I hear Rand Paul saying he’s the most different from Hillary of all the Republican Presidential contenders–I have to laugh. He actually has a lot in common with her, except on the national security issues to which he’s farther to the left than Hillary!

Despite the sad fact that Ted Cruz gushed to People Mag about the race-baiting movie “The Help,” look up Cruz and Al Sharpton on Google Images. You won’t find any photos of the two of them together, hugging, hanging out, shaking hands, or having breakfast with Weird Al Sharpton. You’ll find several pics of Rand and Hillary doing all those things with him, smiling and laughing.

You see, Rand Paul and Ben Carson have something very disturbing in common that should keep both of them out of the White House. And something which you can bet all the Paulistinians and Carson groupies will be sure to ignore.

Ignorance is bliss. And they choose to be blissfully in support of two men who will thankfully never be President. I wish I could say the same about Hillary. Sadly, she is the man who likely will be.


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I will never vote for any Republican BFF of Al Sharpton – and the same goes for Hillary Clinton as well.

As the old true and trite saying has it – one is judged by the company one keeps.

And people who find racists and anti-Semites congenial are people whom no decent person should lend a kosher stamp of approval to.

NormanF on April 13, 2015 at 4:00 pm

All of these what you’ve implied in your article are all true about Rand Paul, Hillary Clinton and Ben Carson all alike, I’m not going to deny any of these evidential facts DS.

I believe (and I can’t prove it and don’t mean to use anecdotes and use the burden-of-proof logical-fallacy as well) that the reason why Mr. Carson, Mr. Paul and Ms. Clinton have met and done photo-op’s with Al Sharpton is presumably doing it for PR reasoning and to get votes from the Black community (and since I’m a man of color, Al Sharpton does NOT in no way shape or form represent yours truly, moi)?

And since Rand Paul announced his presidency a week ago, I’ll possibly give him a chance and vote for him, consequently due to him being one of the very few “constitutionalist” candidates from either the Republican end or Democrat end. At the end of the day, we need a presidential administration who upholds ALL amendments and documentation-writings in the US Constitution, because for too long, in my 30+ years of existence here on earth, each presidential administration has either failed or been indifferent of our constitution and proposing some sort of agenda that’s been a soft authoritarianism!

Sean R. on April 13, 2015 at 5:03 pm

    The REAL Dream-Ticket would be Ted Cruz & Mike Lee. What an awesome — and formidable — coupling that would be. It would result, ultimately and inevitably, in a landslide, much like those of Reagan. And would ensure a lock-tight hold on the Presidency, for Constitutionalists, for the ensuing 8 years. EXACTLY what this country ( and society ) needs desperately, if there is to be ANY hope of reversing the course of the past 50 ( really, 100 ) years of Progressive erosion and consequent deterioration, of the foundations of our society.

    Still Educating the Idiots on April 14, 2015 at 9:41 am

One of your better pieces. This should be published nationally.

Thurston Howel III on April 13, 2015 at 5:31 pm

Bravo for the straight and narrow exposing Sharpton as an important link between Clinton, Paul, and Carson. Unlike Sean, however, I don’t see the pandering to Sharpton as strictly a matter of getting votes from the Black community. How about EARNING votes by doing something real for the Black community or advocating policies that will BENEFIT the Black community–and everyone else while we’re at it–in the long run? Going along with the Sharpton route is the sure fire way to continue the destruction of the Black community.

And how about connecting with a Black leader who really HAS the Black community’s best interests at heart–even if many think that more and more government aid is the answer? (Which reminds me of the Einstein definition of insanity–expecting a different result by doing the same thing over and over.)

How about if so-called conservatives like Paul or Carson met with someone like Larry Elder, for example? Or maybe Thomas Sowell? That would at least show that they have some standards, some values, some general impression of right and wrong. But no.

And many so-called conservative pundits on the radio, like Glenn Dreck, who wised up maybe a couple of shades over the years, still don’t get it, as they continue to fawn over Ron Paul like he’s going to be a legitimate conservative and can be relied upon to reward friends of America and punish its enemies.

(I say wised up a few “shades” because Dreck had finally started to catch up to Debbie on her exposure of Grover Norquist as a friend of America’s enemies. Notably, Dreck did try to get Norquist kicked off the National Rifle Association Board–but the NRA is too much in bed with establishment Republicans.)

In closing, here’s a link to a Larry Elder piece demonstrating why a would-be candidate who has any values whatsoever should be hanging with him than with the likes of Al Sharpton:


Ralph Adamo on April 13, 2015 at 5:52 pm

Carson: can’t and shouldn’t be nominee for reasons you explained

Paul: No way, no how for Ron-incarnation

Walker: Norquist BFF and immigration lover

Jeb: RINO in extremis

Rubio: Harry Reid BFF on immigration

Perry: Islamolover and complete moron

Santorum: possible, but can he beat Cankles?

Cruz: Not aware of any warts, yet. Good speaker, not “likable”. Not good looking.

adam on April 13, 2015 at 6:15 pm


Appreciate your diligent research. Here I was all set on Dr. Carson, until now :(… AL SharpTongue does serve a useful purpose in at least disqualifying any candidate that would be seen with him, kind of a litmus test.
Is there anyone yet worthy of your endorsement? (I’m guessing no one so far.)

Recalcitrant Zionist on April 13, 2015 at 6:36 pm

I can’t believe that blacks accept Sharpton or Jesse Jackson as their “spokesmen.” They’re both morons.

DS_ROCKS! on April 13, 2015 at 8:39 pm

Rand Paul and Ben Carson are basically fakes. If you hang out with the likes of Al Sharpton, you have defined who you really are. Al Sharpton is a professional race baiter and extortionist. He in fact has very little interest in the Black community when it cannot milked for the benefit of his National Action Network or himself directly.

Worry on April 13, 2015 at 10:07 pm

Lie down with dogs, get up with fleas …

Diane on April 13, 2015 at 10:49 pm

I’m no fan of Sharpton but the Morton Downy Jr show- ha ha ha, that’s reaching. When was that show on? 1955 lol. Tawana Braw that was 50 yrs ago too. I’m sure there are current critisims that would be valid.
Repubs, you have not been thinking clearly if you think Ben Carson is a decent candidate. He’s not. Puts his foot in his mouth. Gets caught up in silly gotcha arguments (is gay a choice) why even debate foolishness like that, move on, don’t let the reporter bait you. Great doctor I’m sure, politician he isnt. Stick to contributing to Fox. He not polished, not ready.

Irritated Black Man on April 14, 2015 at 12:39 am

The biggest problem with Rand Paul is his dad. Fruit doesn’t fall far from the tree.

Also, we know who you don’t like Debbie, but can you tell us are there any present day politicians that you do like?

Karen on April 14, 2015 at 12:51 am

D.S. Rocks, Blacks don’t accept All and Jesse as “Their” spokesman. Jesse doesn’t ever speak anymore and Blacks call out Al a lot more now and request that he not get involved.

There are no spokesman for the Black Community, no one elected them, just self appointed.

Check Yourself sir on April 14, 2015 at 1:03 am

    Oh Big D, settle on one handle, will you?

    skzion on April 14, 2015 at 4:32 am

When I think of the influence of Sharpton and other demagogues (and don’t forget those who are officeholders), the person who comes to mind is Rasputin. Just as Rasputin’s prestige and authority reflected the decay of Russia a century ago, so, today, the status and prestige of Sharpton reflects the decay of the United States today. And, after all, leftism is somewhat mystical.

Will any of the contenders come out against him? Will any of the hopefuls refuse to be photographed with him if given the opportunity? Who knows, but I am not optimistic.

We will see about Walker. His position on immigration is not good, but it is fluid, and is not really worse in practice than the positions of any of the others. And Walker has the distinction of being the only candidate who has fought the left in action, in a day-to-day struggle and has prevailed to victory, in the face of virtually no support from the Republican establishment. For the rest of them it is just words.

Not saying I support Walker because who knows what he might say tomorrow. But if I had to choose today, I would pick Walker. I would refuse to vote for the majority of candidates under any circumstances.

Little Al on April 14, 2015 at 8:05 am

Dig enough and there is dirt on everyone. Face it, there is NO ONE in 300+ million that is perfect. Yes, the lesser of evils is still evil but we are all sinners. I dare say that Ben Carson has more intellect and has accomplished more than all of the other clowns running combined. Debbie, we can always rely on you to find the smallest speck of dirt on anyone. I can be assured that if I even run for as much as dog catcher, you would find something on me.

Olds 98 on April 14, 2015 at 9:06 am

Intellect? Bill Clinton was intelligent. What did we get?

What has Carson accomplished in politics other than verbal outbursts and unsavory political connections?

Yes, there are negatives on just about all politicians. This tells us something about our civilization.

Little Al on April 14, 2015 at 9:41 am

People are and should be judged by the company they keep. Anyone seen smoozing with the likes of Sharpton should not be considered to be a qualified candidate for anything. Sharpton is a criminal with the capability of doing huge amounts of damage, as he has done repeatedly.

Ben Carson? We have had a black president for over 6 years. If our nation survives Obama, it will take decades to undo some of the damage he has done, some of will never be fixed.

This is no longer a popularity contest to see which person’s “team” wins the game, it is a matter of a nation surviving. Simply voting in a practical manner to keep Clinton from winning the election will be the minimum that has to take place.

These elections always involve eating a certain amount of fecal matter, but it is absolutely imperative to vote Clinton out of the presidency. What astounds me is that she is even considered as a viable candidate, after the sleaze, criminality and corruption that was seen after 8 years of Clintons fouling the White House with their stench.

Al H. on April 14, 2015 at 11:31 am

Olds 98. Just because Ben Carson is a/was a neurosurgeon doesn’t make him a political leader. (Well a good political one) because as we see anyone can jump into politics. Just take the current president, sure there are advisors and if you have any brains, you can make it work, but how to get things done, negotiate, bring opposing sides together, Govern, he performs poorly. It would be a bad decision to go down the inexperience road again.

Even most of those inexperienced T-party people ended up to be jokes.

No neophytes on April 14, 2015 at 11:40 am

Al Sharpton. Friend of American Islamists. Deport them all, they can their suckers with them. Out. Out. Out.

DeportAmericanIslamists on April 14, 2015 at 12:06 pm

Al H.- I knew an idiot would bring race into this. “A Black president blah blah blah…” Ignoramus alert. Ben Carson isnt good because he is not politically experienced and red flags are popping up, not because he has more melanin than you. You bigoted fool.

Fool on April 14, 2015 at 12:10 pm

You know who else I haven’t seen together in pics? Sharpton and Marco Rubio – despite Debbie’s own issues with him, as she’s clearly laid out in other articles within this site (notably, his pro-amnesty stance and playing talk radio hosts like a fiddle on that issue).

ConcernedPatriot on April 14, 2015 at 2:29 pm

    Count Sean Vannity as one of those hosts. Last night on his TV show during his interview with Rubio I thought that he was going to swipe the sweat off the senators brow. It was kinda funny.

    Ken B on April 14, 2015 at 6:57 pm

Some interesting points by Check Yourself sir and Little A1 regarding the observation that Sharpton doesn’t really represent the Black community and the idea that Sharpton is a sort of modern day Rasputin, respectively.

I think that’s basically right and I would add that Sharpton gets his “power” (influence) from the establishment politicians and media–not from the people. If that Gallup poll from 2003 that Larry Elder referred to in one of his opinion pieces I mentioned above is still a good representative of today’s views, the only reason we hear of Sharpton at all is because he’s been anointed a “leader” by the political and media establishment.

Here’s what Elder wrote in his opinion piece:

“Blacks and whites were asked by Gallup in 2003 to name “the most important national leader in the black community today.” Four percent of blacks and 2 percent of whites named Sharpton.

On some things, it appears, whites and blacks are not so far apart. Perhaps the Rev. Al achieved some racial unity after all.”

On that last paragraph, Elder was, of course, adding some humor with irony to his commentary.

This is what makes Debbie’s article important. Although we could naturally expect Hillary Clinton to pander to Sharpton and to help each other with their mutual agendas, when purported conservatives like Paul and Carson meet with Sharpton, they just give him more publicity and credibility. And, as Debbie points out, because Paul and Carson have knowingly done that they also tell us something about themselves, providing yet another litmus test of values–or the lack thereof in this case.

Ralph Adamo on April 14, 2015 at 4:26 pm

Al(Ballon Head)Sharpton is a reprehensible creature with actual blood on his hands. As such anyone in the public eye should not be seen with him. Especially if you’re running for president. Now I can see another reprehensible creature like the PIAPS picking up the dirtbag for a ride on Scooby Doo(the name of her van)or is it called Scooby’s Doo Doo but the other two it makes me wonder. Well not really as Rand Paul in my view is just a lukewarm version of his father. Old poodle head is just smart enough to hide his extreme views on foreign policy etc. Everyone is lauding him for his handling of the Obama sycophantic halfwit Savannah Guthrie but everyone know that if you’re not a dem the MSM will do what they can to fry you. Now Ben Carson is a smart man but he seems to be all over the place. His sucking up to Sharpdung is just further proof to me that he will need some very good advisors. If he doesn’t then he’s toast. I ask why anyone with half a brain(non liberal) would be seem with crooked Al. It’s also bad that he has access to the current president. I guess the old saying is true. Stinky birds of a feather do flock together.

Ken B on April 14, 2015 at 6:30 pm

    “Well not really as Rand Paul in my view is just a lukewarm version of his father. Old poodle head is just smart enough to hide his extreme views on foreign policy etc.”

    -Ken B

    Ken, that delightful. Randy reminded me of something, but I could never put my finger on it.

    skzion on April 15, 2015 at 8:46 am

You topped yourself with this commentary today. I may not reply often enough, but I’m here reading you nearly every day as a big fan. I’m in awe at your tenacity and bravery in this dangerous world of 21st central politics. G-d bless!

andrea405 on April 14, 2015 at 10:34 pm

I mean 21st CENTURY politics. The auto correct is an idiot.

andrea405 on April 14, 2015 at 10:35 pm

There’s no leader of the Black community. What the hell is this Planet of the Apes? Do we need a Cornelius or Caesar. The 60s was different of course, the entire race was focused on the same goal. Now that a portion of the Black community has amalgamated into American society, you have different goals, experiences, Blacks aren’t hooked up to a big Black brain that feeds us thoughts. Whose the leader of the Asian community, Indian, how about Mexican, Russian, Armenian, anybody, hello, anybody, do they have a leader? The answer is NO!

Neither does Blacks. Stop making these quacks out to be our leader, just because the media gives them airtime to pontificate.

I remember when Magic Johnson did his CNN interview regarding Donald Sterling. That quack had the effrontery to say he was A leader of the Black community. Are you kidding me? Because you could dribble a basketball and your rich. Gtfoh. Have you ever seen his NBA analysis? Pure Garbage, shouldn’t ever be on TV giving his thoughts, a leader of the Black Community. These people are lost.

Whose next 50 cent, Jay-z.

MrBigBrain on April 15, 2015 at 4:42 am

Big D, aka MBB, blacks vote 90+ % Democratic. So, clearly blacks are indeed connected to something that is feeding them thoughts.

skzion on April 15, 2015 at 8:51 am

The brown-nosing of the side-show carnival race-huckster, Sharpton, by the Republicans noted here, is nauseating and unfathomable to me. Ted Cruz for POTUS, or maybe Walker would be acceptable.

waynesteapartyworld on April 15, 2015 at 12:42 pm

You made a good point regarding Dem loyalty, I can’t counter that one.

MrBigBrain on April 15, 2015 at 12:45 pm

I don’t bother to vote anymore – it is a one party group of curruptocrats. Anyone in politics today is nothing but a crook and a liar.

MRobs on April 16, 2015 at 11:53 am

You’re right Sk-Zion. Lyndon B proved himself a wise man and got what he wanted, Niggars voting democrat until the end of civilization, I cannot defeat your argument this round.

MrBigBrain on April 16, 2015 at 4:25 pm

Good day Debbie Thank you for all the news you provide for us,God Bless you Debbie,God Bless America,God Bless Israel Very sincerlly,with respect TG.

TIRDAD GHARIB on April 18, 2015 at 7:21 am

Well, at this time the Primary campaign appears to be on Cruz Control.

Occam's Tool on April 20, 2015 at 2:02 am

No Candidate is perfect, but Ted is a smart guy and Conservative, with guts.

Occam's Tool on April 20, 2015 at 2:04 am

Debbie appeared on the Mort Downey show back in the day… and Mort blew smoke in her face!

Winokur the Toker on August 26, 2015 at 7:11 pm

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