"There Are Two Genders": Controversial Mark Robinson Blazes A Path To Victory In South Carolina GOP Primary

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by Tyler Durden
Wednesday, Mar 06, 2024 - 08:10 PM

In 2021, when it was still very politically risky to do so, North Carolina Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson gave a fiery speech decrying transgender ideology.

North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson. (Chris Carlson/Associated Press)

"Here's something else I'm not supposed to say, there ain't but two genders. Ain't nothing but men and women."

Last night, Robinson - a pastor from Greensboro who has been endorsed by former President Donald Trump - won the Republican primary for governor of North Carolina.

Robinson, a 2nd Amendment champion who Trump recently referred to as "Martin Luther King on steroids," has faced intense criticism from the left over past comments about women, Jews, the Holocaust, and LGBTQ people.

Robinson faces off against NC Attorney General Josh Stein, who won the Democratic nod Tuesday, and would become North Carolina's first Jewish Governor. Stein and Robinson will compete to replace term-limited Gov. Roy Cooper.

"Robinson is an abortion-banning, election denying, social media conspiracy theorist and come November every voter in the state will know exactly who the real Mark Robinson is," texted Morgan Jackson, a senior Stein adviser, to Politico.

Robinson, meanwhile, is on a quest to defend America against people "who want to destroy it."

Last week, former President Trump endorsed Robinson, to which Robinson said in a statement: "I am humbled to have his endorsement. The failed Biden-Stein agenda of the Democrat Party has brought our country to crisis."