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North Carolina’s gubernatorial race is polling as one of the closest in the nation. State Attorney General Josh Stein is the Democratic nominee for governor, and he has new material to attack his opponent, Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson, the Republican nominee. Researchers uncovered an interview with Politics and Prophecy podcast host Chris Levels from six years ago, when Robinson implied that the United States killed iconic war general George Patton, and questioned the validity of the official account.

Regarding General Patton’s death being the consequence of the accident, Robinson remarked, “‘How this guy ended up getting killed in a quote car wreck, I’ll never know,” adding. “I certainly don’t believe it. It’s just too fishy to me.”

During that same guest appearance on Politics and Prophecy, Robinson questioned America’s entry into World War II. After Spaulding mentioned that Japan bombed the US, but our material and effort went to Europe, Robinson replied, “It really calls to question the motives and the suspicion around our entire introduction into the war. It really does. It raises serious questions.”

OTHER CONTROVERSIAL COMMENTS BY ROBINSON

Before campaigning for lieutenant governor in 2020, Robinson said that the Black Panther movie was “created by an agnostic Jew and put to film by satanic Marxists.” The post is still up on Facebook as of Monday, June 10 at 10:15 p.m.

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    Matt O’Hern created NewSouthPolitics.com to inform voters about the latest news and developments surrounding the top political issues and trends involving federal, state and local leaders throughout the southeastern United States. Population booms and demographic shifts have made the southeast the most competitive region in the nation. Since 2004, O’Hern has worked with political campaigns in roles ranging from major projects involving nationwide digital marketing for U.S. Presidential candidates, U.S. Congressmen, state governors, and state representatives. O’Hern’s journalism background includes news reporting and editing for various organizations and news publications in Alabama and Florida since 2002. O’Hern graduated from Samford University in Birmingham, Alabama, with a degree in journalism, and a minor in political science.

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