Berger and Moore to further betray GOP to get their casinos? | Eastern North Carolina Now

Mark Robinson fails to engage on issue, but took casino money


Mafia-like legislative leaders Phil Berger in the Senate and Tim Moore in the House are determined to force North Carolina to accept casinos across the state, and word is that they are even willing to sell out to the Dmeocrats on key issues to get them.  Meanwhile, Lt. Governor Mark Robinson, who claims to be a conservative stalwart has gone silent on the issue, after taking $8,000 from casino interests.  The growing ties between Robinson and RINO Democrat enabler Sen. Phil Berger are becoming a huge concern about Robinson.

Meanwhile other candidates for governor are openly blasting Merger and Moore's casino deal.  This is an unfortunate pattern, as Robinson has been faily consistently missing in action on key policy issues - Obamacare Medicaid expansion, mariguana, and the Green New Deal, to name a few.

The latest is that Tim Moore is working to strip Republican programs from the budget to get Democrat votes to pass it, just to get their casinos.  Also likely involved is a controversial m assive slush fund boondoggle called NCInnovation that reeks of the classic fascist economic doctrine of "the corporate state".

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( September 17th, 2023 @ 9:06 pm )
Our legislators are on opposite sides of the casino cramdown. Rep. Keith Kidwell is a hero, fighting valiantly to stop this nonsense. Sen. Jim Perry is the leader of the pro-casino forces in the Senate and is a finalist for one of the 2023 American Gambling Awards, as well as being the largest Senate recipient of gambling industry and marijuana industry campaign money. We need More Keith Kidwells and fewer Jim Perrys in Raleigh.

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