Hey guys it’s The Great Kamilah!! Today I am going to be talking about Brian T. Carroll. He is not who I would choose, I don’t have anything against him but personally I like Joe Biden Harris but here we go.
Biography He has professional experience working as an educator. He earned a B.A. in history from UCLA and an M.F.A in creative writing from CSU Fresno and he is affiliated with the American Solidarity Party of California.
Reasons he Should be President A lot of people are saying that Brian is not going to win so why is he even trying. That is like saying “Your not going to become famous on Youtube so why are you even trying?” Someone said that to me, and the reason people try even if they won’t win or accomplish what they want, is because it is better to try and fail then to not try at all. So there are different opinions on Brian T. Carroll and reasons he should be elected so lets look at 3 reasons. (Remember everyone has different opinions so lets not hate on others for who they support.)
-Carroll has the clear diction and the good nature of a teacher
-He doesn’t have a religion but he supports people who have religions and believes in god
-He is open to ideas from others
Those are 3 things that were interesting to me about Carroll and you should search up more if you are interested. Like I said in the begging of this he is not who I would choose, I don’t have anything against him but personally I like Joe Biden Harris but he seems like a good guy so why don’t we read some more about him?
Carroll grew up in Los Angeles, and moved to California’s Central Valley in the late 1970s. His family was very active in the Methodist Church during his formative years. His family’s commitment to education made an impression on Carroll. His aunt was the international president of Laubach Literacy, a program that began in the 1930s to address adult illiteracy. Carroll’s brother got involved in teaching English to immigrants. Carroll’s family also left him with a sense of the struggles migrants and refugees face. For a time during his childhood, his parents used their spare bedroom to sponsor two Vietnamese refugees from Saigon.”From a very young age we were involved in refugee resettlement, meeting the needs of immigrants, both to learn English and other training, so that was my upbringing,” he told CNA. He remembers that the Gospel has long had a hold on his mind, and his imagination. When he was 10 or 12, a preacher mentioned a quote from the biography of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German Protestant pastor.”If you were put on trial for being a Christian, would there be enough evidence to convict you?” Carroll recalls hearing, he didn’t want to base his life on a mythology. He want something that’s firm and secure.He said he spent some time looking for truth in other faiths. He says he read the Koran, as well as Buddhist and Taoist literature. None spoke to him.One thing he did learn with time, though— don’t judge a religion by the way people are living it.
That’s what I learned about Brian and I honestly think he sounds like a really good guy. You should do your own research to find out more aout him and remember not to hate on people for who they support. Thank you all for your time and I will see you next time and we will hopefully talk about something really fun!!