For perhaps the first time, Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson aimed his hate and vitriol at his fellow Republicans. It happened while speaking in a church at a Davie County GOP Christmas event earlier this month, WRAL reported.
This year marked the first time photo ID has been required for North Carolina voters casting ballots since a similar law was temporarily in effect for the 2016 primaries.
Undeterred by the more than 90 criminal charges twice-impeached former President Donald Trump is currently facing in multiple jurisdictions for his efforts to overturn the 2020 election, North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson is sticking by his man and supporting Trump’s theories.
Multiple new laws and sections of laws took effect in North Carolina on Dec. 1 and they will impact how we live our lives, including what we are allowed to talk about at work, how we make our voices heard at protests, who gets to vote in our elections and when, and where people will be allowed to carry firearms.
Gov. Roy Cooper was recently handed a temporary win in court by a majority-Republican three-judge panel over his request to block a new elections law, SB 749, before voters head to the polls in 2024, WRAL reported.
State Representative Tricia Cotham, who in April gave Republicans a supermajority in the legislature by switching parties from Democrat to Republican, will run for reelection next fall in the newly redrawn House District 105 in southern Mecklenburg County.
Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson Returns From ‘Political Trip’ to Israel That He Used as Cover For His History of Antisemitism
Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson has now returned from his trip to Israel, a visit that he made in an attempt to show that he’s not antisemitic – despite all the evidence showing that he is antisemitic.
MAGA extremist, trust fund kid and former NC State football player Bo Hines, who lost last year in North Carolina’s 13th Congressional District race, moved across the state to run in the Republican primary for the U.S. House again next year, Axios reported.
Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson Calls Durham Protesters ‘Human Speed Bumps,’ Admits Trip to Israel Was Only For ‘Political’ Purposes
While appearing in the pulpit of a Winston-Salem church earlier this month, Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson told worshippers his thoughts on peaceful protests in Durham and also announced a political trip to Israel, CBS 17 reported.
A tiny but extremely vocal minority has fueled the manufactured outrage against educators, students and public education in the last few years. The peddling of misinformation and extremist rhetoric has helped bolster changes in the classrooms and the makeup of school boards across the country.