Ben Carson is so deep in the sunken place that he has lost all rhythm — or maybe he never had any in the first place. A video from Friday proves the unqualified secretary of Housing and Urban Development claps wildly offbeat.
At a fundraiser for Palm Beach County Republican Lincoln Day, Carson was on stage with a during a bizarre cult-like performance of former “Days of Our Lives” star Beau Davidson singing Ben E. King‘s “Stand By Me.” But while singing to Trump, Davidson changed the words to “Stand By Him.” See the cringe-worthy video below showing how Carson was not able to catch a single beat.
This is sad.
Too bad his wife Candy Carson, who is a “musician,” didn’t teach him some rhythm (let’s not forget her rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner“). Twitter is obviously roasting Ben “Gifted Hands” Carson.
Check out the hilarity:
Is that Ben Carson actually clapping on 1&3?!?— Paul Mason (@TempusDrums) November 23, 2018
Only Ben Carson has less rhythm than the 🍊 🤡— ♈️🐏Aries by Nature 🇮🇹🇮🇱🇯🇲💙 (@AAries122112) November 23, 2018
Ben Carson is living proof that not all Black people have rhythm. 🤦🏾♂️🙄👏🏾— Love Peace and Power❣️✌🏾✊🏾 (@YusefforPeace) November 24, 2018
Donald Trump has more natural rhythm than Ben Carson. I need to go to bed.— Chalky White (@LogicalHater) November 24, 2018
Hoodafuq is this howling beast???— Caveman (@Caveman_Rage) November 24, 2018
...and Ben Carson, furfuqsake !!! get some rhythm!!!
I have so many questions.....is Ben Carson conscious? why does that guy look like Kato Kaelin? was 44+1 just a prop for an appearance fee? who’s idea was it to pee on the grave of Ben E King? how is it possible for two people to have so little rhythm?— Bonnie Lieberman 😷🏳️🌈🍑📎✊🏼🗽💜🐺🇮🇹 (@BeeGeeElle) November 24, 2018
Damn, Ben Carson looks like he has as much rhythm as Tomi Lahren and Donald has the moves of Kaw-Liga!— J Hougen (@HougenJ) November 24, 2018
What’s Ben Carson slapping to? It sure as shit isn’t that horrible song. 🤦🏼♀️ White people really, maybe ask for rhythm for Christmas.— niceguy (@niceguy10552) November 24, 2018