Making Black History

February is Black History Month, so I want to feature people of color who’re standing up for the unborn.  Mark Robinson was the ninth of ten children, grew up poor, and witnessed alcoholism, a prime target for Planned Parenthood.  Mr. Robinson was just elected the first black lieutenant governor of North Carolina.  At a recent pro-life event he said, “There is no greater mission on earth than standing up for the most defenseless among us.  We cannot say Black lives matter or all lives matter or blue lives matter until we say unborn lives matter.”  He’s also a man of faith, even when he gets pushback, saying, “You don’t want to hear about my faith? You don’t want to hear about me.”  Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson is making Black History.

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