Donald Trump’s campaign is being run as a kind of cult, and it’s doing something wrong.
The man who’s running the show, Ben Carson, has managed to attract millions of followers by insisting on the virtues of a religious faith, despite his public denunciation of it.
The GOP frontrunner’s message, which he repeatedly touts, has been that he wants the world to be better and more tolerant, while at the same time he’s actively trying to convince Americans that the world is a hellhole.
If he can convince his base that the GOP is more concerned with “traditional values,” and that the country’s problems are the result of bad people, he could potentially be the most popular candidate in modern history.
The problem with that is that he hasn’t won any of the big primaries yet.
Carson has won Iowa and New Hampshire, but the rest of the country is still reeling from the Republican National Convention, which featured more than a dozen speakers who attacked immigrants, Muslims, Black Lives Matter, the poor, and women, and even one speaker who said he’d love to be the first black president of the United States.
Carson’s campaign was able to reach out to people on both sides of the aisle to try to sell the message to them, and the results have been promising.
Carson, who is currently polling at 4 percent, is expected to win Iowa and South Carolina, and he’ll probably finish ahead of Trump in New Hampshire.
But even though he’s getting a lot of support from conservative voters, Carson has been losing ground to Donald Trump and the rest.
Carson and the Republican Party’s message about race, bigotry, and conservatism are so out of touch that they’re hurting the party’s chances in the general election.
And it’s not just Republicans who are losing support to Carson.
The most recent poll of Republican voters found that he is trailing Hillary Clinton by more than 1 percent, with just 37 percent of them saying they’re very or somewhat likely to vote for him.
That’s just a little more than the 38 percent of people who said they’d definitely or probably vote for Trump.
The reason for this, according to the pollsters, is that people are tired of hearing Trump’s message.
Carson is trying to appeal to the same demographic that the Republican primary is designed to attract, and his campaign has focused so heavily on the religious right that it’s become a kind, if not a cult, of its own.
Carson claims to have “been the voice of the conservative movement” since the 1980s.
And he’s done that, at least for the most part, by using a variety of tactics.
His campaign has promoted a brand of religion that he believes is inherently Christian, and which he believes will help build the country and create jobs.
Carson believes that the Bible, the Book of Mormon, and other scriptures have been inspired by God.
He believes that a lot that the United Nations says about human rights is true and that all of history is a story of “the best of times and the worst of times.”
Carson claims that the government should be the only one able to make decisions in regards to health care, education, the environment, and so on.
He claims that God has given us the ability to speak, to write, to make art, and to write poetry, but he also claims that it is his job as a Christian to be a leader in the world and to bring this great country of ours together.
He also believes that people should be treated with dignity, respect, and fairness, but this is not the only thing he’s been trying to do with his campaign.
Carson thinks that the military should be a place where people of color and women should be given a voice and the right to be treated fairly and with respect.
He thinks that women should have equal rights, but that it shouldn’t be treated like the men do.
He wants to bring people together, not divide them, to help make this country great again.
Carson also wants to help create a world where all people are treated with fairness, dignity, and respect.
In the end, he thinks the most important thing is that the people of the U.S. have faith in their government, and in Carson’s words, “I believe in God, and I believe in this country, and this is our God.”
But Carson has also made a big mistake by claiming that his campaign is all about religion, and that he will help unite the country behind him.
Carson knows that his religious beliefs and the message he’s sending to the country will be seen as a threat by many voters, but it’s also something he should be able to sell to people.
Carson doesn’t want people to think that his message is just about religion.
The way he presents it is the same way he has presented it for years.
Carson said on Meet the Press last month that he believed the Bible and other religious texts should be “the voice of God” in American society.
Carson told the host that