Calvin Robinson Biography
Calvin Robinson is a British political commentator, broadcaster and clergyman who is a deacon in the Free Church of England (FCE). Previously, Robinson had worked as a secondary school teacher and became a video games journalist.
From 2020 to 2022, he was a minister in training for the Church of England, but was refused ordination, prompting him to join the FCE. He is a regular contributor to The Daily Telegraph, the Daily Mail and Spiked. As a commentator, Robinson has contributed to talkRADIO and GB News.
Calvin Robinson Age
He was born on 29th October, 1985, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, England
Calvin Robinson Height
He stand at a height of 5 feet and 7 inches tall.
Calvin Robinson Education
He was educated at High Oakham Primary School and The Brunts Academy, before attending West Nottinghamshire College. He then attended the University of Westminster where he graduated with a degree in computer games design and programming.
Calvin Robinson Nationality
He is a British Nationality.
Calvin Robinson Ethnicity
He is of mixed-race heritage. His paternal grandparents were Jamaicans who immigrated to Mansfield as part of the Windrush generation.
Calvin Robinson Parents
Robinson hasn’t revealed the names and personal details of his parents to the public. But he is seen posting pictures with his father on his Social media.
Calvin Robinson Siblings
Calvin seems to keep his personal and professional life apart, because of that, he has not disclosed information about his siblings.
Calvin Robinson Wife
Robinson lives a low profile life hence Calvin has not mentioned any details concerning his marital status.
Calvin Robinson Children
Calvin has not shared any information regarding his children.
Calvin Robinson GB NEWS
Robinson has also held various positions in local news and right-wing political organisations and campaigns, including Defund the BBC, Unite2Leave and Conservative Way Forward. He has contributed to Black Lives Matter UK: An Anthology, a Henry Jackson Society report opposing Black Lives Matter and “hard-left identity politics”. Robinson has claimed that his commentary has made him the target of racial abuse.
Calvin also worked for talkRADIO and as a presenter on GB News, with, from late 2022, a regular slot on Sunday afternoons entitled “Calvin’s Common Sense Crusade”.
Robinson started his career in the technology industry before training as a teacher. He taught computer science at the St Mary’s and St John’s Church of England School in Hendon where he became head of the IT department. In 2017, Robinson was featured in a recruitment advert encouraging people to become teachers. He was a video games journalist and is also owner of the video games site God is a Geek.
Robinson sought election to Brent Council and Camden Council respectively in 2016 and 2018, where he stood in the wards of Kilburn and Swiss Cottage for the Conservative Party. He was the Brexit Party candidate in Broxtowe in the 2019 election, but dropped out to support the Conservative candidate.
Calvin trained between 2020 and 2022 for ordination in the Church of England at St Stephen’s House, Oxford, he was refused ordination by Jonathan Baker, the Bishop of Fulham, and chose to leave the Church for the Global Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans (GAFCON). He was ordained as a deacon on 25th June 2022 in the Free Church of England by Bishop Paul Hunt.
Robinson is strongly critical the leadership of the Church of England, accusing them of liberal political bias. He has spoken in favour of disestablishing the Church of England in order to free it from political influence and allow alternative Anglican Churches to thrive in England.
Robinson opposes the legalization of gay marriage in the Church of England and has argued that the Bible only allows marriage between a man and a woman. He also argues that extramarital sex is a sin. He also opposes abortion and holds pro-life positions.
Robinson supports teaching and including black history and lessons concerning black people in schools, but argues it should be taught within the context of British history and not separated into a different category, and opposes critical race theory in British education. He has also defended colonialism and the British Empire, and has opposed reparations for slavery.
Calvin appeared in an interview in July 2021 on Channel 4 News with the singer and left-wing political activist Billy Bragg on the decision of England’s football team players to “take the knee” in a protest against racism.
He said the action was “disgusting” and argued that, in taking the knee, the team was promoting “Black Lives Matter”, which he described as “a neo-Marxist, anti-British, anti-family organisation”.
Calvin Robinson Salary
He earns an estimated annual salary of USD 80, 000.
Calvin Robinson Net Worth
His net worth is estimated to be USD 500,000.
Calvin Robinson Instagram
Fr Calvin Robinson (@calvinrobinson)