Ari Melber spent a few minutes Monday taking a hard look at the so called 'Moral Majority' and how they've evolved in the age of Trump. In particular, he took issue with Bill O'Reilly, Mike Huckabee, Newt Gingrich, Pat Robertson andShow More Summary
Unless God is working for Robert Mueller, there's plenty of reason to fear a trigger-happy Trump.
Should you tithe when you're struggling to find work? The correct answer is no.Pat Robertson, naturally, said something else.
During this morning's 700 Club, Pat Robertson weighed in on Matt Lauer's firing at NBC and said sexual misconduct cases has been happening for a long time, but was upset that terrific guys like Charlie Rose had their careers ruined. This...Show More Summary
Christian televangelist Pat Robertson on Wednesday worried that sexual harassment allegations would derail the careers of “terrific” men in the media. “Now it’s looked on as shocking but, folks, it’s been happening a long time and nobody said anything about it,” he said, in...
The Greek Orthodox Church has its own Pat Robertson.
Washington Post investigative reporter David A. Fahrenthold revealed to CNN’s Chris Cuomo Monday that so many nonpartisan and nonprofit organizations have pulled their balls and galas from Trump’s Mar-a-Lago that conservative groups are stepping in to help. After groups like the...
Maybe Pat Robertson was speaking in tongues, because nothing he said made any damn sense.
Blaming drugs for what the shooter did is both irresponsible and ignorant of the facts.In other words, typical Pat Robertson.
“I hope and pray they don’t politicize this thing and start talking about gun control and all that because it won’t be necessary. But I do think there’s got to be a thorough investigation into the effect of antidepressants on these.Show More Summary
We also talked about Pat Robertson's awful advice, why the GOP's tax plan is a disaster for church/state separation, and why the atheist "movement" isn't a thing.
Pat Robertson’s Christian Broadcasting Network is weighing on Australia’s marriage battle in typical fashion, giving voice to the extremist Party For Freedom, which typically rails against blacks, Muslims, refugees, and immigrants. Australia’s...Show More Summary
Hemant Mehta writes at the Friendly Atheist: On today’s episode of The 700 Club, a woman wrote in to ask Pat Robertson why God allowed her 15-year-old son to die. Robertson, for some reason, decided to give her a very specific answer:...Show More Summary
These don't sound like the actions of a loving Lord.These sound like the threats of a brutal dictator.
Televangelist Pat Robertson wants President Donald Trump to issue pardons to everyone involved in the Russia scandal and then “shut down” the investigation being led by former FBI Director Robert Mueller.
Click here for reuse options! The televangelist offered a downright scary defense of authoritarianism. Pat Robertson, the 700 Club host who once suggested gay men living with HIV try to infect others through handshakes, went on a rambling...Show More Summary
On Monday, after Paul Manafort was indicted, Trump super supporter and Evangelical leader Pat Robertson told the 700 Club that Trump should issue a "blanket pardon for everybody involved" and then to shut down Mueller's investigations...Show More Summary
Does anyone think Pat Robertson would say the same thing if Hillary Clinton was the one in the White House?
"He can... say, ‘All right, I pardon them all, case closed, it’s all over,’" the TV preacher says.
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