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'Funny Or Die' Parody Rips Into Presidential Candidate Ben Carson Over Horrific Claims Of Brain Surgery Malpractice

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Oct. 13 2015, Published 9:46 a.m. ET

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In a bombshell investigation into presidential candidate Ben Carson's medical career, RadarOnline.com exclusively learned that the now-retired doctor was accused of butchering patients' brains during surgery and even mistakenly leaving a surgical sponge in someone's skull.

Though the 64-year-old claimed that of the "15,000 operations" he performed only a few patients were left disgruntled, the doctor admitted that he's been sued a couple of times in the past.

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Now, Funny or Die has taken the matter into their own hands, posting a parody campaign commercial of the Republican candidate.

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As RadarOnline.com previously reported, in a recent interview with radio host Alan Colmes, Carson defended his use of surgical sponges, saying that some patients simply experience a negative reaction to the type of product.

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"It is true that we put a certain type of sponge in to pad things away and sometimes there is a reaction to that sponge and that's what happened," he shared, blaming the press for "crawling through every ditch" just to find some dirt on him.

Thanks to Funny or Die, he may not be done speaking on the controversy just yet!

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