November 15, 2015

Republican presidential frontrunner Dr. Ben Carson was skewered by Saturday Night Live for all of the stories we've been hearing about his supposedly violent childhood, and for his relationship with his BFF, Black Jesus.

Sadly they did not find a way to manage to work in the story about the guy pulling the gun on Carson at the "Popeye's organization."

The Adventures of Young Ben Carson: SNL mocks Republican's knife attack story in skit showing him thwarted by belt buckles:

Presidential candidate Ben Carson's past was skewered by Saturday Night Live, with the cast mocking elements of his life story that have come under scrutiny.

SNL's Jay Pharoah impersonated the Republican neurosurgeon, mimicking the doctor's mild-mannered demeanor but then trying to stab someone with a knife.

Real-life Carson says the attack in his youth was stopped by a belt buckle, and that praying after the incident helped him change his.

Young Carson's inspiration on SNL came in the form of 'Black Jesus', who told him that he was destined for bigger things and then posed for a series of pictures with Carson similar to a painting found in the candidate's actual home. Read on...

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