Jay Sekulow was the chief counsel for TV preacher Pat Robertson's legal group. Now he has a leadership role on Donald Trump's legal team.
On the 700 Club, evangelist Pat Robertson, a voracious Trump supporter, descended into madness when he turned his attention to the recent attacks in London and focused his ire on the left, opining that the Brits must have a "death wish"...Show More Summary
Pat Robertson bragged about controlling hurricanes 30 years ago. He was as delusional then as Jim Bakker is now.
BREAKING NEWS Pat Robertson and Jim Bakker are disgusting assholes.
Brian Tashman reports at Right Wing Watch: Today on “The 700 Club,” Pat Robertson interviewed Christian Broadcasting Network reporter Dale Hurd about the recent terrorist attacks in the United Kingdom. Hurd speculated that “someone at...Show More Summary
Pat Robertson said there's a "spiritual battle" being waged against Donald Trump. He must be confusing the Work of Satan with all those corruption probes.
Right after the Twin Towers came down, Jerry Falwell went on Pat Robertson’s 700 Club television program and explained that Osama Bin Laden’s attack was a ‘sign from God’ because America had strayed from a righteous path. Falwell then...Show More Summary
Brian Tashman reports at Right Wing Watch: Today on “The 700 Club,” Pat Robertson urged viewers to pray for Donald Trump because “there is a spiritual battle against our president.” “He’s God’s man for this job,” Robertson said, thanking...Show More Summary
Pat Robertson was bothered today and he wondered, "Are our young men being turned into wimps?" That's always an important topic for a man of God, innit? Brian Tashman writes, "Today, “The 700 Club” profiled a Christian military-style...Show More Summary
Brian Tashman reports at Right Wing Watch: Today, “The 700 Club” profiled a Christian military-style training camp that helps “turn boys into men,” a concept that enthralled host Pat Robertson, who complained that men today have turned into emasculated wimps. Show More Summary
Let it be known that Pat Robertson doesn't like effeminate men. He prefers the kind who are strong and masculine and not wimpy.
Pat Robertson said on The 700 Club that homosexuals have taken over the media and universities. Said Robertson: “We have given the ground to a small minority. You figure, lesbians, one percent of the population; homosexuals, two percent of the [...]
Pat Robertson said on The 700 Club today that homosexuals have taken over the media and universities, drowning out voices like his that oppose civil rights and basic decency.
Brian Tashman reports at Right Wing Watch: Today on “The 700 Club,” Pat Robertson railed against a supposed “left-wing bias” in the media, the entertainment industry, and academia, lamenting that gays and lesbians have “infiltrated” such institutions and are now using them to dominate society. Show More Summary
On yesterday's episode of The 700 Club, Pat Robertson explained that multiple sclerosis (MS) had a "spiritual component" to it and the cause could be "demonic" in nature. He later added that rebuking those demons in the name of Jesus was part of the cure.
Brian Tashman has the quote at Right Wing Watch: Judges are saying, ‘Oh no, you can’t stop that, it will be against our Constitution.’ Well, these people don’t care about the Constitution. They will use the Constitution to such a point as they gain power. Show More Summary
This is entertaining as hell to watch the day after House Speaker Paul Ryan and Donald Trump failed miserably in their quest to make 24 million people suffer more so that rich people could get even richer.
Brian Tashman reports at Right Wing Watch: Yesterday, Pat Robertson kicked off “The 700 Club” by declaring that the American Health Care Act, the Republican bill to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, “is going to pass” and “they’re...Show More Summary
A new state law will let Mississippi offer a higher salary while seeking a new director for its state government pension program. Pat Robertson intends to retire in 2018 as … Click to Continue »
Mississippi could offer a higher salary while seeking a new director for its Public Employees Retirement System, under a bill headed to the governor. The current PERS director, Pat Robertson, … Click to Continue »