While speaking at Asbury Baptist Church in Seagrove in June, [Lt. Gov. of North Carolina Mark] Robinson[, Rethuglican] called transgenderism and homosexuality “filth.”
Whoa! Who expects truth in such abundance from any politician, let alone one who’s infesting this low–er, high an office.
“There is no reason anybody, anywhere in America should be telling any child about transgenderism, homosexuality or any of that filth,” Robinson said to applause from the congregation. “And yes, I called it filth. And if you don’t like it that I called it filth, come see me about it.”
Since June, quite a few misfits and perverts have apparently seen him about it, because the headline on the article that Rocco Piserchia forwarded to me reads, “Lt. Gov. Robinson defends homophobic comments, dismisses calls for resignation.”
Stay strong, buddy, stay strong!
Yo, editor: “Communists” is the word you’re hunting.
from the White House to the state Senate express outrage and even call for his resignation, Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson said Friday he wouldn’t back down from pointed comments about homosexuality he made several months ago.
“We will not be intimidated. We will not back down. We will not change our language,” Robinson said. “The language I used, I am not ashamed of it. I will use it in the future because, again, it is time for parents in this state to take a strong stand for their children.”
Naturally, the propagandists publishing this story interviewed several “activists” and exactly zero parents of schoolchildren subjected to this obscene brainwashing. Both “activists” hyperventilated and lied about Mr. Robinson’s remarks. Said one,
“These kinds of comments, they are literally dangerous.
Ummm, Dimwit: you mean “actually” since none of our hero’s words are guns or bombs or swords, though I grant you they’re mightier than all of those.
This is a weapon,” said Allison Scott, director of impact and innovation for the Campaign for Southern Equality.
Why is it Marxists always inhabit “jobs” with nonsensical titles? What does a “director of impact and innovation” do, precisely, besides mangle the English language? Does he “impact and innovate”? Does he wield a hammer during the former?
But I interrupted Al:
“Whether that is [Robinson’s] meaning or not, it is his words that are actually painting the picture that we as a group should not exist.”
Balderdash. That isn’t what he said, but if he had, I’d be shouting a hearty “Amen!” Nor would I be alone, Al.
By the way, dear reader, I endured the first 23 seconds of Al’s tape so that you don’t have to. Al is a fake woman with a deep voice; he isn’t fit to wipe Mark Robinson’s shoes.
And that’s saying a lot, coming from a gal who loathes politicians as much as I do.11:56 am on October 11, 2021 Email Becky Akers