This week, pro-life marches and rallies happened across the country, with the massive March for Life in Washington, D.C. attracting widespread attention on its 50th anniversary. But at a smaller pro-life rally in North Carolina, the state’s lieutenant governor hammered home his message by comparing abortion to slavery, saying that both evils are “not compatible” with America.
Mark Robinson already made history by becoming the first black lieutenant governor of North Carolina. And speaking Jan. 14 at North Carolina Right to Life’s 25th annual Rally and March for Life, in a state that seceded from the Union and fought for the Confederacy in the Civil War to preserve slavery, Robinson’s message was particularly powerful. “Abortion is not compatible with this nation, the same way slavery was not compatible with this nation,” Robinson said, according to Live Action. “How can you have life and liberty if you end life in the womb, and do not give people their freedom after they’re born? This nation is built on those ideals. And so we have to stand up for life.”
Robinson noted that he grew up in a large family that struggled with poverty, and that if his own mother had received the pro-abortion advice given to so many women today, he would not have been born and he would not have made history.
“Had my mother followed such evil advice, I would not be standing before you right now, having made history in this state as the first Black lieutenant governor of North Carolina,” Robinson said. “Children would not be able to flip open the history books and see that a poor child, number nine out of 10 children from a small town in North Carolina, could grow up to be the lieutenant governor of this state, quite possibly the governor of this state.” In 2021, Live Action reported that minorities are disproportionately targeted for abortion in America.
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