As host of the conservative Christian chat show The 700 Club, Pat Robertson has spoken out against what he sees as the evils of modern society. Having done so for decades has earned him a dizzying fortune, as well as...
Controversial televangelist Pat Robertson believes Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump needs to focus on the economy and stop his back-and-forth with the parents of a fallen Muslim-American soldier.
How horrible of a presidential candidate do you have to be before Pat Robertson steps in to tell you you're going off the rails? Because that's what the host of The 700 Club did yesterday, adding that Trump must be getting distracted by the Devil.
Christian Conservative leader Pat Robertson discussed last night's RNC convention at the top of his TV show and the topic turned to controversy surrounding Melania Trump's speech. Robertson agreed with many people when he said, "Trump's speechwriter should be fired for doing - or borrowing a few lines from Mrs. Show More Summary
In this clip, we bring you Pat Robertson of the 700 Club, prophesizing as to what he thinks could happen in the coming months... He starts by listing bad things: war, a revolution (a Bernie reference?), a hideous earthquake (a Chris Christie reference?), a meteor strike. Show More Summary
Having vanquished his Republican foes, a motley collection of the party's best-and-brightest ranging from mid-tier radio host Huckabee to sleepy retired surgeon Carson to Backup Bush, Donald Trump must now pivot his attention to the general election. Show More Summary
Why do church/state separation groups tend to pick on Christians more than any other religious group? There's the right answer... and then there's the Pat Robertson answer.
When Robertson starts his rant off by saying, "the truth is we have a president, whose step father was a Muslim," you know he's going down into the bowels of the hideous John Birch Society. You remember them? That right wing extremist...Show More Summary
On The 700 Club this week, Pat Robertson talked about the inevitable wrath we'll incur from God for legalizing abortion.Though if God is only now getting around to punishing us for something that's been legal nationwide for more than four decades, should we really be worried? He's clearly disorganized.
YouTube YouTube The true colors of the religious right didn't take long to show, after the horrific attack on a gay club in Orlando. Today, Pat Robertson dispenses with the phony sympathy altogether, and says gays and Islamists are allies,...Show More Summary
Pat Robertson finally broke his silence about the Pulse shooting, despite no one asking him. Previously, a satirical fake-news site had posted a story claiming Robertson said the Orlando shooting was punishment for marriage equality, although it was quickly proven false by Snopes. His actual statement, unfortunately, came out just as bad. Robertson is clearly [...]
It wouldn’t be an official human disaster without Pat Robertson saying something heartless about its genesis in behavior that he does not approve of. Who can forget the on-air colloquy between Robertson and the late Jerry Falwell in which the two great religious leaders agreed that 9/11 was likely the product ... More »
You knew Pat Robertson was going to say something absurd after the mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando and the King of Stupid Statements didn't let us down.
Echoing a common claim touted by various antigay conservatives, the Christian televangelist says liberals and LGBT activists are responsible for the Pulse shooting.
Only disingenuous left-wing bloggers would ever think such a thing!
Pat Robertson says Christians should just let liberals, gays and Muslims kill each other.
Televangelist Pat Robertson not only says that gay people getting what they deserved with the Orlando Shooting on Sunday, but he seemed delighted that it puts defenders of Islam and LGBT rights in a quagmire.
As usual a grifting, fake, "man of God" took the lowest of roads when describing the massacre in Orlando. You may remember when Robertson and the late Jerry Falwell blamed "secular Americans, gays, lesbians, and ACLU" for the 9/11 attacks. 700 Club's Pat Robertson is a vicious and disgusting man and he proved that with this horrific monologue. Show More Summary
Matthew Sheffield: “The time to stop Trump was in the 1990s, when the movement’s intellectuals were busy prostrating themselves before Pat Robertson and Jerry Falwell as they sought to remake the GOP into a party for white Christians. The time [...]
Atheists United, a group based in Los Angeles, has been uploading a lot of old lectures onto YouTube. One that caught my eye was given by Gerard Straub.Straub was a former producer of Pat Robertson's The 700 Club but it wasn't long before...Show More Summary