Guilford State Senator Called to Account by NC Values Coalition

Gladys Robinson is a black female state senator from Guilford County; and is part of the democratic socialist party. I suppose we are supposed to be reassured that she has been a Sunday School teacher at Providence Baptist Church.

But within these particular circles, abortion is regarded as an imperative. They want large numbers of black babies to be killed, even though abortion is part of the pathologies regarding family and sexuality that particularly afflict and hold back the black community.

The NC Values Coalition has issued a press release regarding Gladys Robinson’s activities harassing pregnancy care centers within the state of North Carolina. The text is as follows:


State Senator Gladys Robinson violated North Carolina statutes in a harassing request sent to pregnancy care centers who are members of the N.C. Pregnancy Care Fellowship in an obvious effort to intimidate the organization from applying for future state funds. The Pregnancy Care Fellowship distributes funds to approximately 80 pregnancy care centers around the state to provide support and supplies to pregnant mothers in crisis.

On letterhead from the General Assembly’s Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations, Senator Robinson, incorrectly acting on behalf of the Commission, sent a letter citing N.C. General Statute 120-75.1(6) as her authority for requesting an extensive list of information, threatening criminal penalties for non-compliance if a 60-question survey was not answered. The four-page questionnaire contains unlawful inquiries pertaining to operations and services paid for independently. In addition, N.C. General Statute 120-77(a)(1)(c) states that the “Commission,” not individual members, has the authority to make auditing requests of non-State recipients of public funds.

“North Carolina law states the Joint Legislative Commission on Governmental Operations is authorized to send a request for information, not an individual member. This letter is a violation of state statutes, is an abuse of power, and is clearly intended to intimidate these non-profits who do nothing but help pregnant women in crisis,” said NC Values Executive Director Tami Fitzgerald. “Pro-abortion activist members of the General Assembly have been trying to bully pregnancy care centers with their disinformation campaign and are now going the extra mile with unethical authoritarian tactics.”

Last fall State Senator Natasha Marcus, Representatives Julie von Haefen and Maria Cervania made wild misrepresentations about pregnancy care centers, protesting the state funding intended to help pregnant mothers in crisis with free medical care, diapers, groceries, counseling, baby clothes and more. Senator Marcus even admitted “we haven’t been able to ensure we have all the relevant information” during a dramatic floor speech full of slander against pregnancy care centers and their operators.

“Pregnancy care centers help pregnant women and their babies, but the billion-dollar abortion industry and their surrogates only offer death as a solution to pregnant women in crisis and continue to stoop lower and lower with their sordid tactics,” said Fitzgerald. “Senator Robinson’s unethical request exceeded her legislative authority, bullied pregnancy care centers, and betrayed pregnant women all over North Carolina who desperately need support and care.”


2 thoughts on “Guilford State Senator Called to Account by NC Values Coalition

  1. Senator Robinson clearly is wrong and evil. She get’s away with this unauthorized conduct while pro-life supporters are arrested.

    ” Catholic pro-life activist Mark Houck, who was charged with violating the FACE Act over a 2021 skirmish with a Planned Parenthood volunteer outside a Pennsylvania clinic.

    The FACE Act prohibits “violent, threatening, damaging, and obstructive conduct intended to injure, intimidate, or interfere with the right to seek, obtain, or provide reproductive health services.”

    Houck was accused of physically assaulting Bruce Love, a 72-year-old clinic escort, in October 2021. Love was attempting to escort two patients exiting the Philadelphia clinic when Houck “forcefully shoved” him to the ground, according to the Justice Department. On a separate occasion, Houck allegedly verbally confronted the escort and shoved him to the ground outside the clinic. Love sustained injuries that required medical attention.

    However, Houck said he spoke outside of abortion clinics each week and sometimes brought his 12-year-old son along. He said he shoved Love after the clinic escort invaded his son’s personal space and yelled at him.

    The FBI arrested Houck in front of his family at his home last September.

    At the time, an attorney for Houck accused the DOJ of targeting the pro-life activist “solely to intimidate people of faith and pro-life Americans.”

    “Rather than accepting Mark Houck’s offer to appear voluntarily, the Biden Department of Justice chose to make an unnecessary show of potentially deadly force, sending twenty heavily armed federal agents to the Houck residence at dawn,” said the attorney representing Houck, Thomas More Society Vice President and Senior Counsel Peter Breen.

    “In threatening form, after nearly breaking down the family’s front door, at least five agents pointed guns at Mark’s head and arrested him in front of his wife and seven young children who were terrified that their husband and father would be shot dead before their eyes,” Breen added.

    The FBI has disputed this version of events, saying in a statement in September that “inaccurate claims” were being made about the arrest.

    “FBI agents knocked on Mr. Houck’s front door, identified themselves as FBI agents, and asked him to exit the residence,” a statement from the FBI field office in Philadelphia said. “He did so and was taken into custody without incident pursuant to an indictment.

    “While it’s the FBI’s standard practice not to discuss such operational specifics, we can say that the number of personnel and vehicles widely reported as being on scene Friday is an overstatement, and the tactics used by FBI personnel were professional, in line with standard practices, and intended to ensure the safety of everyone present in and outside the residence,” the statement added.

    The sequel:

    Houck was acquitted on all charges on January 30, 2023.

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