LT Governor Mark Robinson Going Viral Again Saying “Some folks need killing” in NC Church

LT Governor Mark Robinson Going Viral Again Saying “Some folks need killing” in NC Church

North Carolina’s GOP gubernatorial nominee Mark Robinson is in hot water once again for a recent speech he game in a North Carolina church.

During a half-hour speech at Lake Church in White Lake, Robinson exclaimed, “Some folks need killing!”

Robinson, the state’s lieutenant governor, justified his statement by labeling it a matter of “necessity,” not vengeance or spite. He targeted a wide range of perceived enemies, from “people who have evil intent” to socialists and Communists.

Here is a video of the speech:

Robinson has a long history of controversial statements and social media posts.

During a campaign speech in Pitt County, Robinson said he would “absolutely want to go back to the America where women couldn’t vote.”

Robinson has also expressed skepticism about the Holocaust on Facebook, saying, “This foolishness about Hitler disarming MILLIONS of Jews and then marching them off to concentration camps is a bunch of hogwash.”

During an interview with Sean Moon on his podcast “The King’s Report”, Moon said, “When Hitler genocide all those folks the Jews and the gypsies etc in Germany, the national debt of Germany actually went down, it didn’t go up, it went down – he was paying back the bankers,” to which Mark Robinson replied in agreement saying, “mmhmm, mmhmm, yeah”. During the interview Robinson also agreed with Moon’s wild conspiracies about how the Jews conspired with the Roman Government to kill Jesus, as well as conspiracies about the Rothschild family and George Soros.

via YouTube

Robinson has also posted numerous controversial things on Facebook over the years. The Jewish Insider publication points to a 2018 post where Robinson uses “a Yiddish slur”, that the Black Panther movie “was only created to pull the shekels out of your Schvartze pockets.”

via Facebook

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