Pat Robertson thinks he knows what could've saved Robin Williams: More Jesus. On his show "The 700 Club" on ABC Family Wednesday, Robertson warned viewers of the consequences of chasing "gods" such as fame and money: “You see these very...Show More Summary
Pat Robertson knows why Robin Williams committed suicide. We'll let the televangelist himself explain. "You see these very popular people in the media who commit suicide, like Robin Williams recently, and you say, ‘What is the deal with...Show More Summary
Televangelist Pat Robertson on Wednesday explained to his viewers that Robin Williams had recently committed suicide because "the heathen" worships false gods like fame and money. "What is your God? Is it money?" Robertson asked. "So,...Show More Summary
People who don’t know God know idols, instead, and are destined for ruin. And that, says Pat Robertson, is what happened to Robin Williams. “You see these very popular people in the media who commit suicide like Robin Williams recently and you say, what is the deal with him? What happened?” Robertson said on “The [...]
The televangelist continues to trade in discredited assumptions. read more
On Wednesday's edition of The 700 Club, televangelist Pat Robertson used the death of Robin Williams to sell his message about embracing Jesus Christ as the one true God. In Robertson's view, Williams was a "heathen" who committed suicide because he worshipped false gods like fame and money.
A 700 Club viewer wrote in to get cantankerous dinosaur Pat Robertson's advice on what to do about her 13-year-old stepson's crushes on other men. Robertson bizarrely suggests that the young man might have caught the gay by being raised by a single mom. Show More Summary
Today on The 700 Club, Pat Robertson gave unhelpful and unnecessary advice to a woman concerned about her teen stepson's budding attraction to other guys.Right Wing Watch tracked down the video of Robertson asserting that being gay is the result of nurture instead of nature and that it's apparently caused by the absence of male role models in a boy's life. Here's the clip:
One of Pat Robertson’s 700 Club viewers recently wrote in asking for the right-wing-nut’s advice because her 13-year-old step-son “who lives with his mother most of the time” has “crushes on boys.” Robertson made sure to respond with the tried-and-true...
Brian Tashman writes at Right Wing Watch: On today’s edition of the “700 Club,” a viewer told Robertson that her 13-year-old step-son, who “lives with his mother most of the time,” has “crushes on boys” and wanted the televangelist’s help. Show More Summary
Pat Robertson is very upset because, when he had a medical procedure done, he was asked questions like, “What kind of vitamins do you take?” THIS IS UNACCEPTABLE, PEOPLE! Getting medical information and “logg[ing] stuff into the computer” is how the progressives are taking over the country!!!!!! “Ladies and gentlemen, we need a revolution to [...]
A few years after declaring his support for marijuana decriminalization, televangelist Pat Robertson has recently stated his opposition to legalized weed.
The Washington Post notes hat televangelist Pat Robertson, who endorsed marijuana legalization in 2012, has changed his mind. On his Christian Broadcasting Network today, Robertson had this to say about legalization in Colorado: "Rocky Mountain High." [John Denver] was talking about the nice clean air in the Rocky Mountains. Show More Summary
The 700 Club host and televangelist has changed his mind about weed despite voicing support in the past.
Televangelist Pat Robertson on Monday invited retired General Paul Vallely to discuss why President Barack Obama and his entire national security staff needed to be removed from the U.S. government. According to Vallely, the United States...Show More Summary