Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson lays it out: ‘We need WARRIORS like President Trump’

by Summer Lane

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North Carolina Lt. Governor Mark Robinson (R) hit a home run on Thursday during remarks delivered at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), where he derided the failure of Democrat-run states and issued a call to common sense political reformation.

He fired off, “When I hear a politician, an election official, say, ‘Well, you know, I don’t want to speak about that issue because it might affect my reelection campaign.’ I have NO USE for you. You stand on the shoulders of young men and women who, when it was time to face down the enemy, were willing to give their lives for you. You stand as a coward who won’t do your duty in Congress.”

He continued, “We need warriors. We need warriors like President Trump, who is literally spending his golden years fighting for the SURVIVAL of this nation.”

Lt. Gov. Robinson strongly endorsed President Trump last summer during the Faith and Freedom Coalition’s “Road to Majority” conference. He explained then, “America needs a fighter, indeed. This nation needs a fighter. Someone who is willing to go onto the world stage, walk in boldly, strongly, waving the American flag saying, ‘The Americans are here and we are in charge again and we are going to lead the world into the future with freedom!’”

At CPAC on Thursday, Robinson also slammed the “news media” for remaining “silent” on how effective conservative-led states are doing – states like Florida and North Carolina. He explained, “When it comes to that, the news media is SILENT because they don’t want to admit one thing: THE LEFT IS WRONG!”

He continued, “They are WRONG on EVERY ISSUE.”

Lt. Robinson also pointed out that, “They do NOTHING right in every state they’re running…they’re running it STRAIGHT into the ground!”

He used states like California and New York as prominent Democrat-led districts that are now “in shambles” because of the disastrous leadership of the radical left policies being implemented.

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