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Candidate – will deny women the right to vote

Candidate – will deny women the right to vote

NEW YORK (Dagbladet): US President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump both won overwhelmingly in the Democratic and Republican nomination elections respectively during Super Tuesday. At the same time, a large number of other nominating elections were held in various states.

The gubernatorial election in North Carolina, a potential swing state during the presidential election, is receiving a lot of attention. There, the highly controversial Mark Robinson won the Republican nomination for governor.

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Robinson, who won Trump's support, is today the state's lieutenant governor.

A large percentage of women also contributed to his winning the nomination. But now a video has emerged from 2020 in which Robinson explains that he “absolutely” believes women should be denied the right to vote, he writes Huffington Post.

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American women were granted the right to vote in 1920, but during the election campaign four years ago when Robinson was running for lieutenant governor, he believed this had to change.

“I definitely want to go back to an America where women can't vote,” Robinson says in the video from an event organized by Republican Women of Pitt County.

The statement came as he was trying to think about Trump's slogan “Make America Great Again” and which version of America he believes is “great.” Robinson also previously claimed that the feminist movement was created by “Satan.”

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Lots of boring statements

He explained his position by saying: “At that time we had people fighting for real social change, and they were called Republicans.” The African-American gubernatorial candidate also claims in the clip that it was Republicans who put an end to segregation laws in southern states. However, it was both Democrats and Republicans who passed laws that changed this situation in the mid-1960s.

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In the fall, his opponent will be the state's Democratic Attorney General, Josh Stein.

The attack on women's suffrage joins a long line of extremely boring statements from Robinson.

He tried to deny the Holocaust, and in 2014, for example, he quoted German dictator Adolf Hitler about racial pride in Facebook posts he still has, according to New Republic.

Pride in one's race – which does not mean disdain for other races – is also natural and healthy. I have never seen the Chinese or Japanese inferior to us. Robinson said that they have the right to be proud of their past, just as we have the right to be proud of the civilization to which we belong.

Robinson later defended himself by saying that quoting Hitler does not mean you support him.

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“Martin Luther King was on steroids.”

For his part, Trump described Robinson as “Martin Luther King on steroids,” according to the Associated Press.

In 2021, Robinson also began teaching about queerness in public schools

-There's no reason anyone anywhere in America should be telling kids about transgenderism, homosexuality, or any of that filth. And yes, I call it dirt. “And if you don’t like me calling it dirt, come talk to me and I’ll explain it to you,” Robinson said in a June 2021 speech at Asbury Baptist Church in North Carolina. CBS News.

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Warning: – Not as sharp as before

He also once described “Black Panther” as “written by an atheist Jew and made into a movie by a satanic Marxist.”

Trump narrowly won the 2020 North Carolina presidential election. However, in the 2022 midterm elections, the more extreme candidates supported by Trump lost in state elections across the United States.

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