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RALEIGH, North Carolina (LifeSiteNews) – Portions of a speech about transgenderism and gender ideology by North Carolina Lieutenant Governor Mark Robinson has resurfaced and amassed millions of views online.

Lt. Gov. Robinson delivered the speech in August at the Upper Room of Church of God in Christ in Raleigh, North Carolina, according to BizPacReview.

“Ain’t but two genders,” Robinson said to applause. “Two genders. Ain’t nothing but men and women.”

“You can go to the doctor and get cut up, you can go down to the dress shop and get made up, you can go down there and get drugged up, but at the end of the day you’re just a drugged up, dressed up, made up, cut up man or woman,” Robinson said to further applause.

“You ain’t change what God put in you, that DNA. You can’t transcend God’s creation, I don’t care how hard you try,” he said.

“The transgender movement in this country, if there’s movement in this country that is demonic and that is full of the spirit of the Antichrist, is the transgender movement,” Robinson said.

He said Christians and “grown-ups” must be “unafraid to tell the truth.”

“It’s time for us to stand up, and I’m not afraid to stand up and tell the truth about that issue,” Robinson said. “They’re dragging our kids down into the pit of Hell trying to teach them that mess in our schools.”

“Tell you like this – that ain’t got no place at no school,” Robinson said. “Two plus two don’t equal transgender. It equals four. We need to get back to teaching ‘em how to read, instead of teaching them how to go to Hell.”

Lt. Gov. Robinson has been consistently outspoken on issues of life and gender.

“There’s no reason anybody anywhere in America should be telling any child about transgenderism, homosexuality, any of that filth,” Robinson said in June 2021. “And yes, I called it filth. And if you don’t like it that I called it filth, come see me, and I’ll explain it to you.”

“It’s time for us to stop letting these children be abused at these schools, and it’s not going to happen till the people of God stand up and demand different,” he said.

He shared on March 24 how a past experience with abortion helped shaped his pro-life views.

“Over thirty-three years ago, before we were married, and before we had kids, we had an abortion. It was the hardest decision we have ever made,” Robinson said. “And sadly, we made the wrong one. This decision has been with us ever since. It’s because of this experience and our spiritual journey that we are so adamantly pro-life.”

“We know what it’s like to be in that situation. We know the pain that an abortion causes,” he said.