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Michael Savage: Iowa Republicans Choosing Carson Over Trump Due to 'White Guilt'

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By    |   Tuesday, 27 Oct 2015 05:53 PM

Republican primary voters in Iowa have rocketed Dr. Ben Carson past Donald Trump to the top of the GOP presidential polls because they feel "white guilt," Michael Savage, the conservative radio-talk firebrand, tells Newsmax TV.

"Iowa! As I say, God bless Iowa. I'm on a big station in Iowa, but the fact of the matter is Iowa is not America. Iowa is a very different place," Savage, author of the new book, "Government Zero: No Borders, No Language, No Culture," said Tuesday on "The Steve Malzberg Show."

"If they're going to use their white guilt to elect a man simply because he's an African American who speaks quietly, we're in real trouble. We've had our experiences already with that.

"What are they doing? Why are they choosing Carson? Does he have any experience running a lemonade stand? Does he have any business experience?"

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Urban Dictionary defines "white guilt" as "a belief, often subconscious, among white liberals that being white is, in and of itself, a great transgression against the rest of the world for which one must spend their life making atonement."

Savage’s racially-charged remarks came after the release of polls revealing that Carson is now the GOP frontrunner in Iowa as well as nationally.

A Monmouth University poll released Monday shows Carson is leading Trump 32 percent to 18 percent among likely Republican Iowa voters.

And in a CBS News/New York Times national poll, the retired pediatric neurosurgeon sailed past former frontrunner with:
  • Ben Carson at 26 percent
  • Donald Trump at 22 percent
  • Marco Rubio with 8 percent
  • Jeb Bush ,Carly Fiorina in a tie with 7 percent each.

Savage insists Carson, a political novice who has never held public office, would be fine for another government position, just not in the White House.

"He's a wonderful man. He's a fine man. He should run the Health Department. Whatever they call it. The Department of Welfare. I don't know, they keep changing the name. That's what he should be running," Savage told Malzberg.

"The Department of Welfare, the Health Department, NHS, the National Health Service, the NIH. He'd be perfect for that. He can clean up medicine and science. He doesn't know how to manage a nation."

Savage also criticized the legitimacy of the CBS News/New York Times poll.

"Do you think they interviewed one conservative voter? No. Polls don't mean anything," he argued.

Savage’s new book argues that the nation’s future is threatened by progressives and radical Islamists — what he calls "dark forces" working independently to transform "our once-free republic into a socialist, Third World dictatorship ruled by Government Zero — absolute government and zero representation."

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