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Leftists Heads Explode Because NC Lt. Governor Rightly Called LGBTQ Movement “Filth”

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A recent clip of North Carolina Lt. Governor, Mark Robinson emerged where the conservative politician called homosexuality and transgenderism “filth.” The comments were made at Asbury Baptist Church in Seagrove.

After the video was published, several North Carolina leftists along with the useless White House condemned Robinson’s statement as “hateful.” Among them, Jeff Jackson, a North Carolina state senator for District 37 in Mecklenburg County, lambasted Robinson saying that “calling many of your own constituents ‘filth’ means you have no intention of representing them.”

Jackson and others are calling on Robinson to resign.

But Robinson doubled down, asserting that he said what he said because he believes it along with many others across the state.

“There’s no debate here,” Jackson told North Carolina’s leftist rag, the News & Observer. “This is open discrimination. It is completely unacceptable. Perhaps Jackson doesn’t realize that some people find that teachers participating in open discussion with 5-year-olds about men sodomizing each other to be unacceptable.

Mark Robinson vows not to back down. Good for him! Mark Robinson has more conviction than most of North Carolina’s so-called “conservative” pastors in our churches.

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