The top political reporter for Pat Robertson’s Christian Broadcasting Network invoked the President’s grandchildren while defending the White House’s botched response to the terrorism in Charlottesville, Virginia. CBN chief political correspondent David Brody admitted Tuesday on...
The Christian Post reports: Famed televangelist and host of “The 700 Club” Pat Robertson was hospitalized over the weekend following a fall while horseback riding. Physicians believe that the conservative Christian social commentator...Show More Summary
The 700 Club's Pat Robertson was outraged that a fine fellow like Paul Manafort is being investigated by the special counsel and claimed "federal agents armed with a warrant broke" into his home. Robertson was flabbergasted that such a distinguished Republican like Manafort would be subjected to this treatment. Show More Summary
Televangelist Pat Robertson claimed on his program that all the reports of sexual harassment by Fox News executives and hosts are the result of a conspiracy. Referring to recently suspended host Eric Bolling, who reportedly sent pics...Show More Summary
Televangelist Pat Roberts told his 700 Club audience that without proof, he believes all the sexual harassment allegations are "bogus" and a conspiracy designed to destroy Fox News. Robertson proclaimed, "I’m not a conspiracy theorist but it’s so easy to see what is being done..." Yes it is. Show More Summary
Fox News host Eric Bolling has been suspended from his job for allegedly sending photos of his genitals to multiple female coworkers, but televangelist Pat Robertson believes that it is all part of a big conspiracy to bring down the right-wing cable news station. Via Mediaite, Robertson this week...
Pat Robertson defended Fox News host Eric Bolling “who I think is a straight arrow” and a “very nice man” despite being taken off the air for allegedly texting photos of his penis to colleagues. Said Robertson: “If you wanted [...]
“If you wanted to destroy the Fox News, you really wanted to destroy them, what would you do? Well you would send some salacious material, ostensibly from one of their popular co-hosts or hosts and you’d send it out and then get it publicized...Show More Summary
Pat Robertson’s CBS News reports: A spiritual awakening is underway at the White House. Some of the most powerful people in America have been gathering weekly to learn more about God’s Word, and this Trump Cabinet Bible study is making history. Show More Summary
Pat Robertson's interview with Donald Trump was a complete was of time, but at least Vic Berger's rendition of it is more tolerable to watch.
By Elizabeth Bruenig This inside account from a producer for the Christian Broadcasting Network and right-hand man to Pat Robertson (pictured) isn’t the story one usually hears about the religious right, but it is perhaps the more important one.
Pat Robertson though. Long before Ann Coulter and Linda Harvey started plying their trade in well paid devil-obsessed chicanery, old Pat was at the helm of sky fairy-inspired anti-LGBT hate. Same-sex marriage? Created by Satan to ruin the U.S. econom… Read The post Pat Robertson: Evil Democrats Framed Innocent Sap Donald Trump Jr. – WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Kyle Mantyla reports at Right Wing Watch: As Robertson explained it, the entire meeting was probably set up by Democratic operatives working with the consulting firm Fusion GPS who “wanted to get caught” in order to highlight their ability to “disrupt America” and President Trump’s agenda. Show More Summary
Trump’s interview with Pat Robertson this week wasn’t the first time he’s cozied up to religious conservatives.
The 700 Club host’s 50-year enmity toward the Kremlin didn’t stop him from accepting the president’s policies.
Pat Robertson could've saved everyone 30 minutes by just kissing Donald Trump's feet and walking away.
The Washington Free Beacon reports: President Donald Trump told televangelist Pat Robertson in a new interview airing Thursday that he will make it safe to say “Merry Christmas” once he brings America “back.” After Trump decried howShow More Summary
The interview today was an important cultural moment.
A group of anti-LGBTQ evangelical leaders including former Rep. Michelle Bachmann, visited Donald Trump in the Oval Office on Monday and laid hands on the president. Such an honor to pray within the Oval Office for @POTUS & @VP. pic.twitter.com/…...Show More Summary
Via press release: GLAAD, the world’s largest LGBTQ media advocacy organization, denounced President Donald Trump’s one-on-one interview with Pat Robertson, a longtime anti-LGBTQ activist and Televangelist. The interview aired today at 10:00 AM on the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN). Show More Summary