Dr Ben Carson Rhetorical Analysis

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On September 21st, 2015, the presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson sparked a controversial reaction through the cable network, by stating discriminatory statements against American Muslims. Statements were televised directly to the viewers who immediately reacted to Dr. Carson’s discriminatory statements. In his interview broadcasted by CNN, he stated, “"I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation. I absolutely would not agree with that," (Lobianco) Later, during the same interview, when he was asked whether he considers Islam to be inconsistent with the US constitution or not, he replied negative to that.
When analyzing Dr. Carson’s statement, one can clearly realize that his comments against having a Muslim president are in direct violation to the American constitution which states that no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States. Even though he claims to be a strong defender of the constitution, yet he demonstrates self-contradicting ideas which may disqualify him from being the president and the commander in chief of the United Sates of America. It is also obvious the fact that he lacks the right comprehension of the tenants of Islam when he states that Islam is inconsistent with the US
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To further prove the fact that he is bias in his views against Muslims, in his official website he mandates upon all, to always stand with Israel. There is a high probability that Israel has inflicted injustice through settlements and oppression against the Muslim Palestinians. Therefore, a statement that demands upon all to stand with Israel, weather they may be right or wrong, it further demonstrates his bias views and lack of sympathy against those who may be oppressed. This shows a bad example of

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