Wed. Feb 28th, 2024

    North Carolina’s Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson says trans people should be ARRESTED for using women’s toilets as he tells them to ‘find a corner outside’

    Mark Robinson said he would arrest trans people for using women’s toilets
    Footage shows him telling a crowd that he wants to “defend women” in the state.
    In 2016, he called being gay a “sin” and said he would not “fly a sacrilegious flag.”



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    North Carolina Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson has explained how he wants transgender people to be arrested for using women’s bathrooms.

    Footage shows him addressing people during a campaign rally in Greenville to be the state’s next governor earlier this month.

    Robinson can be heard telling a crowd that trans women should be arrested for using a women’s bathroom.

    It says: ‘We are going to defend women in this state. That means if you’re a man on Friday night and suddenly on Saturday you feel like a woman and want to go to the women’s bathroom at the mall, you’ll get arrested… or whatever we have to do to avoid it. you.’

    In another video, the Republican politician adds: ‘If you are a man, you better go to the men’s bathroom. If you’re confused, find a corner outside.

    Robinson can be heard telling a crowd that trans women should be arrested for using a women’s bathroom.

    Robinson’s opponents for the Republican gubernatorial nomination have not spoken out or condemned these comments, but they criticized him for his comments.

    A spokesman for candidate Bill Graham said WUNC: ‘Mark Robinson will lose and hurt all Republican candidates if he is the nominee.

    “His comments about the Holocaust being nonsense, along with his degrading comments about women, will ruin the Republican Party’s chances of taking back the White House and the governorship here in North Carolina.”

    While State Treasurer Dale Folwell added: “It’s the latest example in history of someone trying to get into power based on telling people who to hate.”

    The politician is known for making controversial comments, and footage emerged in 2021 showing him calling gay and transgender people “filth.”

    “I’m saying this now, I’ve been saying it, and I don’t care who likes it: those topics have no place in a school,” he says.

    “There is no reason why anyone anywhere in America should talk to a child about transgenderism, homosexuality or any nonsense.”

    Transgenderism is considered a derogatory term in the LGBTQ+ community, as it was coined by anti-transgender activists to suggest that transgender people suffer from a condition.

    North Carolina Republican gubernatorial candidate Mark Robinson speaks at a rally on Friday, January 26, 2024 in Roxboro, North Carolina.

    In the video, Robinson continues to double down on his comments by saying “yes, I called it filth” and claiming that children are being “abused in schools” that support LGBTQ+ rights.

    ‘And yes, I called it filth. And if you don’t like that I called it crap, come see me and I’ll explain it to you,’ she says.

    “It’s time we stop allowing these children to be abused in schools, and that won’t happen until God’s people rise up and demand something different, the same ones who established those schools to begin with.”

    In 2016, the Republican called homosexuality an “abhorrent sin” and said he would not “fly its sacrilegious flag on my page” following the mass shooting at the Pulse nightclub.

    His comments come seven years after the state repealed the “bathroom bill,” which sparked global headlines and economic boycotts.

    The law was passed in 2016 and sought to prohibit transgender people from using a public bathroom that matches the gender with which they identify.

    Tens of thousands signed a petition to repeal the legislation, which also strips lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people of their state protections.

    A new law was introduced after the state lost billions due to boycotts of the bill and repealed some aspects of the bill.


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