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Ben Carson to Black Lives Matter: “Use That Brain God Gave You”

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Ben Carson, Republican presidential candidate and child neurosurgeon, speaks on the Black Lives Matter movement in Harlem, New York. (Photo: Ross Barkan for Observer)

Dr. Ben Carson, Republican presidential candidate and child neurosurgeon, had a message for the Black Lives Matter movement while speaking on Wednesday in Harlem, NY.

“The main thing I would say is make sure to pay attention to who you are listening to and use that brain God gave you,” he said. “And let’s concentrate using our energy to figure out ways to figure out ways we can stop the [inaudible].”

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“Do black lives matter? Of course they do, and the fact of the matter is that the most likely cause of death for a young black male is homicide,” the Republican presidential candidate continued. “Let’s look at that and figure out what we can do to stop that.”

“The main thing I would say is make sure to pay attention to who you are listening to and use that brain God gave you,” he said. “And let’s concentrate using our energy to figure out ways to figure out ways we can stop the [inaudible].”

“Do black lives matter? Of course they do, and the fact of the matter is that the most likely cause of death for a young black male is homicide,” the Republican presidential candidate continued. “Let’s look at that and figure out what we can do to stop that.”

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