Ben Carson on Harriet Tubman Being Worthy of the $2 Bill

Some people should just be quiet.

Ben Carson should definitely be quiet for the remainder of his life. Just do us all a huge favor and for now on, tell reporters you have “no comment” forever.

The Former Republican GOP candidate has proven himself to be a “donkey” countless of times. From his pitiful campaign to his endorsement of then rival, Donald Trump. Nevertheless, Carson’s most recent comments may have put the icing on the donkey-cake.

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Appearing on the TV show “Fox Business” with host Neil Cavuto, Carson shared his comments on the removal of Andrew Jackson from the $20 bill.

“Well, I think Andrew Jackson was a tremendous secretary — I mean a tremendous president. I mean, Andrew Jackson was the last president who actually balanced the federal budget, where we had no national debt … I love Harriet Tubman. I love what she did, but we can find another way to honor her. … Maybe a $2 bill.”

Why, you ask? We have not the slightest clue.

Perhaps, it slipped Ben Carson’s mind that Andrew Jackson was indeed a slave owner and that if he was alive today, Carson would indeed be just another n—-r out there picking cotton.

Not that we ever claimed you but, Ben Carson, please have the nearest seat.