NC Lt. Gov’s transgender stance may represent a GOP inroad to the black vote ahead of midterms

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Because of resurfaced remarks he made last year that are relevant to current events, North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson, a rising star in the Republican Party, is being heralded as a poster child of how every elected Republican should speak and act.

Speaking at the Upper Room Church of God in Christ in Raleigh last August, Robinson portrayed the radical transgender movement as a new-age pseudo religion whose tenets not only belie the tenets of traditional religions but also sharply contradict reality.

“Here’s something I’m not supposed to say: Ain’t but two genders. 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 are just a drugged-up, dressed-up, made-up, cut-up man or woman,” he said.

“You ain’t changed what God put in you. That’s DNA. You can’t transcend God’s creation. I don’t care how hard you try. The transgender movement in this country — if there’s a movement in this country that is demonic and that is full of the spirit of Antichrist, it is the transgender movement.”

While it remains to be seen whether Robinson’s views are reflective of the black community at large, there is a belief that the issue presents the Republican Party with an inroad leading up to the 2022 midterm elections.


To back up his remarks about there being two genders, he pointed to both demonstrable and empirical evidence.

“We don’t even need science to prove what gender you are. There’s two ways I can do this thing here. The simple way is to go around the corner here to the bathroom and you can drop your pants or whatever you’ve got on, and I can show you what you are,” he said, describing the demonstrable evidence.

“Or I can take a little blood at your arm and take it down here to the scientists. He can put in his little petri dish and look at it, ‘Oh, this is the DNA of a white male.’ Well, is there anything in between? ‘No, it’s the DNA of a white male.’ It don’t matter what you did down there at the therapy doctor and all that.”

His point is similar to the one seen on Twitter, where critics of the transgender movement often argue that future archaeologists and anthropologists will determine the gender of deceased humans based on their DNA, not on their feelings:

“That being said now, you got the right to do whatever you want to do. We don’t live in a theocracy. You got the right to call yourself whatever you want to call yourself,” Robinson added, referencing the idea of transgender ideology as a religion.

“If you want to call yourself a Cocker Spaniel, go ahead. You want to go to the dressmaker and say, ‘Make me a Cocker Spaniel suit that I can fit in. I’m gonna put it on, I’m gonna run around, bark all the time.’ Go ahead. You can run around here and be a Cocker Spaniel all day long, but I ain’t got to follow you in your delusion!” he continued.

“When I see you, I ain’t gonna say, ‘There goes that Cocker Spaniel.’ I’m gonna say, ‘There goes that weirdo in the dog suit. That man thinks he’s a dog, but he’s not really a dog, he’s a man.'”

Concluding his remarks, Robinson called for Christians to stand up against the radical transgender/LGBT lobby and stressed that children must not be exposed to their radical agenda.

Below are remarks Robinson made during a separate speech in October:

“It’s time for grown-ups 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. I don’t care because it’s time for us to stand up. Now, I’m not afraid to stand up tell the truth about that issue,” he continued in the August speech.

“They’re dragging our kids down into the pit of hell trying to teach them 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. 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.”

The remarks have taken on new meaning amid the uproar on the left over the Parental Rights in Education bill signed into law by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.

Because North Carolina’s governor, Roy Cooper, is a far-left zealot who believes in notions such as “equity” and uses terms such as “latinx,” chances are slim such a bill will also be making it into law in the Tar Heel State anytime soon.

But with Robinson poised to run for the governorship in 2024, anything’s possible …


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