For all of the pushback (and some support) that Lt. Mark Robinson has received for the now viral video of his talk at Asbury Baptist Church last June, releasing a video today to answer his critics on his choice of words and stance just confirms what most of us already know: Robinson is trying to make a large issue out of unsubstantiated claims just to villainize public schools.
Here’s the video:
In it he shows the contents of a book that he alleges is being used in North Carolina schools. He never names any school that uses it.
He claims that it was a book reported to him and the F.A.C.T.S. task force through the reporting portal he established this past spring.
If this was the case, then it should have been investigated well before this video. Has it?
In fact, has any one of the supposed reports given to the F.A.C.T.S. task force ever been verified and shown to be true?
Which makes this claim unsubstantiated.