Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson

The message delivered by North Carolina Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson on Sunday, November 21, at Family Worship Ministries in Troy, was not about homosexuality, as many of his messages have been lately; instead, his message, in large part, was an attack on the news media. Robinson repeatedly attacked the media for the coverage he has received saying, “I am not afraid of you. I am not afraid of your pen, your pencils, your pads, your cameras. I am not afraid of your 24-hour news cycle. I am not afraid of you, because he will stand behind me. He will sustain me. You want to drive me out of office, fine. You want to drive me out of the public square, fine, but you will not drive the truth out of mouths.”

To read the full edition see the December 1st edition of the Montgomery Herald