WATCH: Republican Lt Gov Candidate Mark Robinson Doing What He Does Best

RALEIGH – Emerging from crowded Republican primary field, Mark Robinson is now the Republican candidate for North Carolina lieutenant governor in the general election. He’s not resting on his laurels, though. Watch Robinson do what he does best — offer a powerful defense of the Second Amendment — in this recent interview on Fox News.

You can watch Robinson on Fox News here. This is why he won the Republican primary; his booming defense of our God-given rights and the strength of character to fight for them. He gets under the Left’s skin, leaves them stuttering to counter his ironclad arguments, and makes it perfectly clear what he will stand for as lieutenant governor of North Carolina.

Much of the time, the candidates we choose between are overly concerned with the talking points, the consulting advice, and a fear of upsetting this voting faction or that one. Not Mark Robinson. His is a fight for principles that allows him to rise above all of the usual tentative moves of politicians concerned with optics and the ‘moderate voter.’ Yet even moderate voters can see what Robinson stands for, and it resonates with them too.

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While the lieutenant governor post is constitutionally limited in terms of policy making power, it is also a prominent stage to lead the people of North Carolina on the biggest issues facing citizens today. At a time in which the decision has become between a socialist collectivism that is anathema to the American idea, and the individual rights upon which that idea rests. Robinson may be exactly what the citizens of this state needs at such a time.

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