‘Legend’ on his way to becoming NC’s next governor: ‘Quite literally the definition of based’

Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson of North Carolina is one step closer to winning it all after clinching the state’s Republican gubernatorial primary on Tuesday.

Not only is he the first Black man to hold his office, but he has also taken some staunchly conservative positions on several issues including the gender debate.


“Here’s something else I’m not supposed to say: Ain’t but two genders,” he said to roaring applause. “Two genders. Ain’t nothing but men and women.”

“You can go to the doctor and get cut up, you can go down to the dress shop and get made up, you can go down there and get drugged up, but at the end of the day you’re just a drugged up, dressed up, made up, cut up man or woman,” he continued. “You ain’t changed what God put in you, that DNA. You can’t transcend God’s creation I don’t care how hard you try.”

He goes on to preach that the transgender movement “is demonic” and “full of the spirit of the Antichrist.”

“It’s time for grownups and time for Christians to start standing up and being unafraid to tell the truth. Come after me if you want to. I don’t care. You want my head, here it is right here. Come on, come get it,” he taunts the leftist mob. “I don’t care because it’s time for us to stand up, and I’m not afraid to stand up and tell the truth about that issue. They draggin’ our kids down into the pit of Hell tryin’ to teach ’em that mess in our schools.”

“Tell you like this, that ain’t got no place at no school. Two plus two don’t equal transgender, it equals four,” Robinson says near the end of the clip. “We need to get back to teaching them how to read, instead of teaching them how to go to Hell. Yeah, I said it, and I mean it.”

Another video shows Robinson singing the praises of the men and women who have sacrificed for the United States of America so he could speak freely, blasting those who disagree with the country’s greatness and ripping it down for not being “good enough.”

Robinson has received endorsements from the NRA as well as former President Donald Trump, and originally went viral for his comments on the Second Amendment at a Greensboro City Council meeting in 2018.

“The law-abiding citizens of this community…we’re the first ones taxed and the last ones considered and the first ones punished when [mass shootings] happen because our rights are the ones being taken away,” he’d said at the time.

Polls indicate that his next fight will be the hardest, in a hypothetical match-up against likely Democratic nominee Attorney General Josh Stein of North Carolina both men tied at 41% of the vote with 14% of voters currently undecided.

Social media users were fans of his message:

Sierra Marlee


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