Many might remember Mark Robinson who delivered a speech supporting the Second Amendment that went viral (see below). This was before he entered politics and became the Lt. Governor of North Carolina. This man is here for America, and it shows.
He spoke at the North Carolina GOP Convention, telling the crowd that they need to run toward trouble. He asks what would have happened if our heroes had not run toward trouble.
Powerful, must-watch speech! “When freedom is being threatened, It’s a call to run toward trouble! “
Powerful, must watch speech! : “When freedom is being threatened, It’s a call to run toward trouble! “ 🇺🇸 pic.twitter.com/Q6FyVlQJoz
— VeBee🇺🇸✝️ (@VeBo1991) June 5, 2021
He’s so right. Our nation is in trouble, and it’s up to every American to get out and speak out against the “trouble” that’s at our doorstep.
MARK ROBINSON’S SPEECH IN 2018 IN SUPPORT OF THE SECOND AMENDMENT:
Greensboro resident Mark Robinson slammed those who would want to restrict guns from law-abiding citizens during a Tuesday city council meeting on how to combat gun violence. “You want to restrict my right to buy a firearm and protect myself from some of the very people you are talking about in here tonight,”
“The law-abiding citizens of this community, of other communities we are the first ones taxed and the last ones considered.”
Robinson spoke out at a city council meeting held to address how the community should handle gun violence and whether it should cancel an upcoming “Gun and Knife Show.”
The Greensboro gun owner argued it was far past time for the government to listen to the “majority” in America: law-abiding citizens who might want to buy guns. “I’m the majority. I’m a law-abiding citizen who has never shot anybody,” Robinson said. “Never committed a serious crime. Never committed a felony.
I’ve never done anything like that. It seems like every time we have one of these shootings, nobody wants to put the blame where it goes, which is at the shooter’s feet. You want to put it at my feet. You want to turn around and restrict my rights.”