NC Values Coalition President Supports Lt. Governor Mark Robinson

RALEIGH – “It’s a sad day for us all when parents put 50 children outside the Lt. Governor’s office to protest an issue I’m confident these children barely understand” said Tami Fitzgerald, President, North Carolina Values Coalition. “Lt. Governor Robison is more than a breath of fresh air for North Carolina” Fitzgerald continued, “he is an atypical politician who speaks the truth, often at great risk to himself, as he fights for the our state’s citizens and our children. Thank God someone has the courage to take up that fight and we support him one hundred percent.”

Fitzgerald is referring to the recent protests organized outside the Lt. Governor’s office in Raleigh yesterday. The protests were ignited by a video of Robinson where he refers to several books in school libraries that showed explicit photos of homosexual sex acts performed by young people. Robinson’s use of the word “filth” was making reference to the books, not members of the LGBTQ community, as the media and the LGBTQ community claim. In a subsequent video produced by Robison he made certain to clarify the word “filth” was directed at the books, not members of the gay or lesbian community, yet the protests persist.

Fitzgerald continued, “I know Mark Robinson both personally and professionally and I know he is a fierce defender of our rights, everyone’s rights, and a compassionate man. The attacks on him are baseless and wholly unfair. Has anyone noticed that not one single protester’s sign showed the actual graphic sexual images Robinson is attacking? The simple fact that the images are not on full display by the protesters should tell you something.”

NC Values Coalition
Founded in 2011, the N.C. Values Coalition is a non-partisan, statewide grassroots network of North Carolinians who support and advocate for pro-family positions. The North Carolina Values Coalition is a non-profit education and lobbying organization that qualifies for tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(4) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is based in Raleigh, NC.

3 COMMENTS

  1. Me too! Nobody wants that perverted garbage in our kids schools. If everyone’s OK with that filth, then I’m going to rent a billboard on the beltline with photos from the book and see if anyone is offended.

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