Lieutenant governor of black North Carolina GOP says Democrats want to ‘control’ African Americans.

North Carolina’s black lieutenant governor said Democrats are trying to “control” the African American population and are trying to destroy those who don’t agree with their woke ideology.

In an interview with FOX News’ Dan Bongino on Saturday, Mark Robinson said Democrats’ “ideology of control” over blacks “hasn’t changed” throughout American history.

“If you look back at America’s history, Democrats have notoriously despised black people who just won’t go along with it,” and “crack down on stereotypes and any ideologies that are dangerous to them,” Robinson said.

“It’s always been an ideology of control,” he continued. “And if they can’t control you, if they can’t control your thoughts, they will hate you and try to destroy you.

“It’s happened to me in a number of places since I started this business,” he noted, “and it’s nothing new.”

He went on to discuss a controversial speech he gave at a Charlotte-area church in May, in which he was accused of misogyny for saying Christians are “called to be led by men.” and said he stands up like a man whenever he faces adversity of being a black man.

North Carolina lieutenant governor Mark Robinson said Democrats are trying to

North Carolina lieutenant governor Mark Robinson said Democrats are trying to

North Carolina lieutenant governor Mark Robinson said Democrats are trying to “control” African Americans and are trying to crush those who disagree with their woke ideology

In an interview with FOX News' Dan Bongino on Saturday, Mark Robinson said Democrats'

In an interview with FOX News' Dan Bongino on Saturday, Mark Robinson said Democrats'

In an interview with FOX News’ Dan Bongino on Saturday, Mark Robinson said Democrats’ “ideology of control” over blacks “hasn’t changed” throughout American history.

“When I made comments in a white church, they went viral and the news media jumped over me and questioned me and threatened me and everything,” Robinson said in his interview with Unfiltered.

“But these comments I made in this black church – the mainstream media refuses to air them.”

‘Why? Because I’ve spoken to black people, and black people overwhelmingly agreed, and they can’t tolerate that ideology.

“They don’t want black people to go against their narratives,” Robinson said of the mainstream media. “In this situation, that’s exactly what happened.”

Robinson previously came under fire for a speech he gave in May in which he said Christians are

Robinson previously came under fire for a speech he gave in May in which he said Christians are

Robinson previously came under fire for a speech he gave in May in which he said Christians are “called to be led by men”.

During his May 22 speech at Freedom House Church, Robinson said Christians are “called to be led by men,” and urged the men in the audience to “put on the full armor of God” and “put your enemy’s head in God.” gain weight”. Surname.’

He also said that as a Christian and as a black man, he was tired of being told how to behave before he hunched his shoulders and caricatured the civil rights anthem We Shall Overcome, saying: “Not once in my life When I was faced with adversity I said, “You know, I’ll overcome it.”

“My God is telling me to rise up like a man when I face need number one! HUSBAND’

Robinson then said he was “ready to get in trouble” — something WRAL says he often says before making controversial remarks.

He continued, “We are called to be led, my men,” to which WRAL reports drew applause and some cheers.

“God sent out women…when they needed to do their thing, but when it came time to face Goliath, [He] sent David – not Davita, David.”

Robinson added that God sent Moses to lead the Israelites to freedom, “not Mama Moses, Daddy Moses.”

And he said God knew what he was doing when he made men tall and hairy and ugly.

“That’s because you’re supposed to scare away predators, whether they’re in the woods or standing in front of your kids at elementary school.”

The comments were part of a broader condemnation of the social justice movement, in which Robinson said too many people listen to the doctrine of “social justice rather than the doctrine of Jesus Christ.”

These people, he said, “will be on their way to hell.”

He had also previously come under fire for comparing teachers speaking to young children about gender and sexual identity issues to predators lurking in playgrounds.

In a separate sermon in March, Robinson said that anyone who reads to a child about transgenderism or homosexuality “is doing it to twist that child’s mind” and is “just as much of a caregiver as that person was down in the playground.” .

Freedom Church senior pastor Penny Maxwell later defended Robinson's remarks, claiming he never said

Freedom Church senior pastor Penny Maxwell later defended Robinson's remarks, claiming he never said

Freedom Church senior pastor Penny Maxwell later defended Robinson’s remarks, claiming he never said “only” men should lead, but “said that men should stand up and take the places I think have stepped down “. She leads the church with her husband Troy, left

Freedom House Church (pictured) has locations in and around Charlotte, North Carolina

Freedom House Church (pictured) has locations in and around Charlotte, North Carolina

Freedom House Church (pictured) has locations in and around Charlotte, North Carolina

Robinson is now said to be eyeing a run for North Carolina governor, which experts say could be an uphill battle given his recent comments.

More than half of the state’s registered voters are women, WRAL reports, and several GOP policy advisers have said in the past that Robinson’s comments could jeopardize his ability to garner support from suburban voters.

But after his remarks were reported at Freedom House Church last month, Robinson released a video statement denying he was proposing that only men should have leadership roles.

“If anyone is suggesting that I don’t believe women can be leaders in their homes, in their communities, in their churches, in their state and in their nation, that is 100 percent ridiculous,” Robinson said.

“The comments I made at Freedom House Church were aimed at men and encouraging men to stand up and also take the role of leadership to be leaders in their homes and in their communities, in this state, in their nation be.”

Freedom House senior pastor Penny Maxwell, who leads the church with her husband Troy, told WRAL in an email she was “very offended,” adding, “I’m so tired of the way the culture treats women.

She said in a follow-up interview that she loved what Robinson was saying and thought he would make a great governor.

She claimed that Robinson “never said that only men should lead,” but “said that men should step up and take the places I think have stepped down.”

Maxwell also said she believes that the women’s liberation movement is “one of the biggest female-down evildoers I’ve ever seen because it encourages women to compete with men.

“I’m offended by the devastation of America,” she said, claiming, “Women are losing their place in society because of this misconception of toxic masculinity, when in fact I think the male heart is something after God.”

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