North Carolina Lt. Gov says the agenda of LGBT activists is to molest children

After refusing to apologize for his comments where he called members of the LGBT community "filth," Right Wing Watch has unearthed additional video of North Carolina's Republican Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson making similar comments.

During an event at Shining Light Baptist Church in Greensboro, North Carolina, back in July, Robinson suggested that people who push for transgender rights and inclusion actually want to molest children.

"You're a man who thinks you're a woman or you're a woman that thinks you're a man, you can go have surgery, do whatever you want to do. It's your business," Robinson said. "But here's what you're not going to do: You're not going to force it on my children. You're not going to teach it in our classrooms. And I'm sorry, but you can't be on the women's team if you're a man."

"You know, there's freedom, and there's liberty, and then there's pure lunacy," he continued. "And lunacy is turning on the Olympics and seeing a man lifting weights against a woman. Lunacy is turning on the television and seeing a story in the local news about a man wearing a rainbow dress with horns in his head, his face all painted up, dressed like a woman, sitting and reading to children."

"We had them kind of folks back in the day," Robinson added. "Back when I was a kid, my momma used to tell me about them. She'd say, 'When y'all go down to the playground, if y'all see anybody hanging around in a raincoat and you don't see no pants hanging under his raincoat, y'all get y'all stuff and come on home because that's what we call a pervert.'"

"There is somebody somewhere right now on the internet grooming somebody's child to put their hands on them. You ain't got no reason to be teaching these children those kinds of concepts unless you got—like the old folks used to say—some ideas about putting your hands on them."

Watch the video below, via Right Wing Watch: