GOP official ridiculed for saying straight people are superior to gay people

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A GOP official is being criticized during a church sermon for describing heterosexuals as “superior” than homosexuals.

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According to a report in the U.S., North Carolina’s Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson questioned the “purpose” of homosexuality last week. Vice News,

“If homosexuality is from God, what purpose does it serve? What does it mean?” Mr Robinson asked. He further suggested that the point of humanity was to “create” something.

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“What makes it? It doesn’t make anything,” he said.

Mr Robinson is expected to run for state governor in 2024.

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He said that because straight couples can have children, it makes them “superior” to gay people.

“These people are the best, because they can do something these people can’t,” he said. “Because that’s how God made it. I’m tired of this society trying to tell me it’s not like that.”

He was mocked for his comments on social media.

He also rejected the idea that the linga was a construction, mixing gender and gender as presented during his sermons. He said, “There are no two genders: male and female. Two. There are two genders. Male and female.”

“I don’t care how much you cut yourself, drug yourself, and dress yourself,” he continued. “You are still one of two things. You are either man or woman. You may be mutilated, dressed, drunk, ugly man or woman, but you are still a man or woman. “

Gender, as defined by the World Health Organization, are socially constructed characteristics that individuals display – but do not always – align with an individual’s biological gender. People who criticize non-binary people often associate sex with sex in their arguments.

During his sermon, church-goers applauded his remarks.

Mr Robinson has criticized LGBTQ people in the past, calling it “shit”.

“There’s no reason anyone, anywhere in America, is telling kids about transgenderism, homosexuality, that shit,” he said.

His comments prompted a Democratic state senator to demand Mr Robinson resign. The White House deputy press secretary called his comments “paradoxical and offensive.”

Mr Robinson refused to resign, painting the response as an attempt to censor.

“This whole thing is once again an attempt to change the logic and silence the voice on the right,” he said in a Facebook post. “Okay, let me tell you the obvious right here and now. I won’t hold back. I won’t be silent. And I won’t be bullied into submission. I’ll continue to fight for the rights of my kids who live by those sexual concepts.” free those who are not in the classroom.”

Despite all his rhetoric of deeming LGBTQ people inferior to straight people and calling them “shit”, he claimed he would defend them if elected to office.

“In America, you have a right to be gay. And as an elected official, I have a duty to protect your constitutional rights,” he said. “And I will. But we are in church now. And we’re talking about church stuff.”

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Credit: www.independent.co.uk /

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