The political commentator had accused Ken Hinds of being “racist” after clashing over their beliefs. Following the row which received 357,000 views, he has since received praise online. Speaking to talkRADIO, Mr Robinson said: “I would like to thank all the people that have responded positively.
“I’m very appreciative of the kind messages, I don’t like to paint myself as a victim ever but it was racial abuse and its good people are recognising that and seeing the toxicity of the wokerati.
“I think the reason we’ve had so many views on that clip is that it shows that we’re on to something here and the silent majority are starting to wake up and speak up.
“People have had enough.”
On Wednesday, Mr Robinson said to Mr Hinds: “First and foremost, my race has nothing to do with my politics, nothing to do with my opinions and I don’t appreciate you saying I need to stick by my own.
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“My own is my family, my own is my Christian brothers and sisters, my own is my British community.
“Do not dare to tell me that my own is decided by the colour of my skin – who the hell do you think you are?”
But Ken Hinds defended his view by saying: “I’m an expert because I’m black so I can talk about it from a historical past.”
He added: “If you’re going to deny that part of you, that’s down to you.”
Mr Robinson has spoken out about racism he has experienced from people with differing political views .
He told Nottinghamshire Live: “These racists are so emboldened now, in that they are so self-righteous and because they think they’re the ‘good guys’, hurling abuse at people they perceive to be the ‘bad guys’.
“Apparently me having right wing views makes me a bad guy, and therefore I’m fair game.
“I don’t think people like that realise the hypocrisy and double standards from that.”