Mark Robinson on gun rights — powerful speech

I’ve posted this video before, it was uploaded to YouTube on April 6, 2018. You may have seen it.

Well, the Second Amendment is under assault again, or maybe I should say the Second Amendment continues to be under assault. Mr. Robinson has an eloquent response to those who believe, or say they believe, that if you are attacked by a criminal wielding a gun the worst thing you can do is to present your own gun and defend yourself. I sometimes wonder if the final step with these people is to outlaw self defense all together.

They can’t do that. The right to defend oneself from deadly attack doesn’t come from government. It comes from our creator. It is a natural right every animal including human beings on this earth are born with.

Many of those who contest our right to defend ourselves are themselves surrounded by armed security personnel. Their attempts to make us vulnerable while keeping themselves safe goes beyond words, but these come to mind: Hateful, odious and detestable. I’d add narcissistic personalty disorder to those.

Watch Mr. Robinson introduce sanity to counter the madness:

 

UPDATE: Mark Robinson has since been elected Lieutenant Governor of North Carolina. He beat Billionaire Mike Bloomberg’s $8 Million war chest to win handily.

UPDATE No. 2: Transcript of a portion of Mark Robinson’s speech on Sunday, June 6th at the NC Renewal Project:

The lieutenant governor also weighed in on slavery during Friday’s speech and rejected any argument that Black people are owed reparations for centuries of oppression.

“Nobody owes you anything for slavery,” he said. “If you want to tell the truth about it, it is you who owes. Why do you owe? Because somebody in those fields took strikes for you! … Somebody had to walk through Jim Crow for you! Somebody fought wars and died for you!”

He said that debt can be paid by going to school, getting a job and taking care of your children.

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