Mark Robinson For Governor
Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson fired the opening shot in his (hopefully successful) bid for governor by challenging attempts to clandestinely indoctrinate our children in the area of gay and LBGTXYZ lifestyles, and I say, good for him.
Before going further I have a disclosure, one that gives me a slight advantage over those who will start calling me names. My late baby brother was gay. And, guess what, although I don’t approve of that lifestyle, I still loved and supported him unconditionally in spite of the fact that I did not approve of it, a fact that he knew. He also knew I would defend him to the death.
I consider Mark a good friend and believe that in spite of this revelation we will continue to be so because he doesn’t want people around him that are more sycophant than honest, intelligent, God-fearing Americans. A few years ago there was an anti-gun/gun control rally in downtown Greensboro that Mark and I attended as counter-protestors. Several of the protestors came over (with a video crew) to engage us. Mark and I stepped up and challenged them to a reasonable, non-confrontational discourse that, believe it or not, resulted in one of the leaders actually thanking us for a civil discussion as opposed to a name-calling screaming match. This is the kind of man Mark Robinson is.
Mark is not shy about expressing his beliefs about something and that is something currently rare in politicians, although it’s slowly becoming less so. But at the same time he will not allow that to be the single driving force in his decisions as governor. Mark will make decisions and govern based on facts and information given to him. His decisions and actions will be based on what is best for the majority of NC citizens and businesses regardless of race, creed, color or sexual orientation, not the “special” few.
We need leaders like Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson and Congressman Madison Cawthorn, a young man I recently heard at a GOP fundraiser. He expressed and has demonstrated his support for his constituents unlike the majority of current swamp creatures occupying the House of Representatives, some of whom are blatant RINOs.
Now is the time Republicans/conservatives must make their positions known by taking action and openly supporting people like Mark and Madison. We have been the silent majority too long.
Mark Robinson for governor.
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Mark likely won’t get my vote given he is not a supporter of sound public health policy. In August he gave a speech with were he said that any politician who encourages people to get a COVID-19 vaccine should “be voted out of office.”
He didn’t say mandate vaccines (which I can understand peoples fears given all the misinformation from folks like Austin), he said recommends. That tells me his is another person who believe he knows more than the medical community or is willing to sacrifice public health for political gain as he attempts to attract the Trumper base.
If he is also aligned with Madison Cawthorn, then he also likely is promotes the false narrative around voter fraud. Madison, beyond being behind the attempted overrunning of the US Congress Certification of the election, recently said while hold up his firearm at a Macon County event “…if our election systems continue to be rigged and continue to be stolen, then its going to lead to one place, and that’s bloodshed…As much as I am willing to defend our liberty at all costs, there’s nothing I would dread more than having to pick up arms against a fellow American.”
That type of rhetoric over what is LIE and not supported by any evidence.
I would not support either of these men. They don’t believe in a common good. They believe their way or death…and that is un-American as it gets.
Any one that knows Mark knows that he is as real as it gets. Voters must decide if they want to live free or have the government provide a hand out to them. If the later prevails, may God have mercy on them
There are less than 5% of the 2019 US population that consider themselves LGBTQ or transgender. We do not have to accept their lifestyles. The remaining 95% must awaken. We can still respect them as people, relatives or others. However, the absolute pornographic nature of the book that Mr. Robinson referred to would make my grandmother swallow her snuff! It made me blush and I am an old man. We must stand up to this attempt to indoctrinate our children to these lifestyles, by the radical liberal left. America, we are about to completely disintegrate to a secular society where everything is acceptable. I hope that parents of school age children are waking up to the power that these so-called educators yield on our young people. Now because they are challenging the power brokers, the government wants to call them “domestic terrorists.” I am glad to acknowledge that I am one when it comes to this issue.
Well written and well expressed letter Alan! Mark made me a supporter when I first heard his representation on the issues of gun control and free speech. His approach to governance is sincere and comprehensive and I hope his political aspirations will encourage others that are not born into politics to seek office and bring our State and our Country back from the brink of Communism. Make America Free Again !!!
I will support Mark Robertson for Governor. It’s time for a change and a change for the better.
Our Lt Gov.’s comments re. the pictorial material available to our public-school children does not attribute the promotion just to the LGBT community. It also may be ideas into the minds of our young children of acts which have nothing to do with “reading, writing and arithmetic which should be the priority of our schools. (Of course it does help with birth control.)That priority is lacking, evidenced by listening to interviews of some of our university sports participants whose vocabulary is limited to “ya know, I mean, like ah, gonna, wanna”, yeah ah,” (usually repeated several times when still not able to add substantive thoughts to their comments)
I, like MANY of the readers have family involved with the LGBT community, but I am not about to put the referenced book on my coffee table or show to my grandchildren.
Why would you let your brother, someone you say you love and will defend to the death, know you don’t approve of his life style? Did he approve of your lifestyle? Does any of that even matter? You must have been a pretty bad brother as there’s nothing all that brotherly in your approach.
Because real relationships demand honesty.