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Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Televangelist Pat Robertson says he'd like a "vomit" button on Facebook to note his displeasure over homosexuality.
Marion Gordon "Pat" Robertson b. He often uses that link on his show to tell God to " cure " people watching who have given him money. But the most famous use of his God talk is predicting disasters to strike against the United States and particular states or cities in response to their support of equal rights for homosexuals.
Pat Robertson, often criticized for his sometimes controversial viewpoints and seemingly off-the-cuff comments, has ruffled more feathers with his suggestion to a Christian father that his son was not born gay and could be free of homosexuality. Robertson's statements came during the "Bring It On" segment of Wednesday's airing of the "The Club," in which co-host Kristi Watts read questions from viewers of the program. Roberton responded: "You know they say you love the sinner, hate the sin?
Evangelical wingnut Pat Robertson got his knickers all in a twist this morning. So Robertson went on an epic rant. Right Wing Watch:.
Pat Robertson has made outspoken opinions with respect to religion, politics and several other subjects. Many of his statements have stirred controversy and several have been headline news in the United States, and elsewhere. Many of these comments have been made on his daily talk showThe Club.
On Tuesday, the host of the " Club" alerted his viewers of a little known threat facing those who would dare set foot in San Francisco. Some of the gay community there, they want to get people. So, if they've got the stuff, they'll have a ring.
This article is from the archive of our partner. The host, responding to a question from a viewer who was concerned about an HIV-positive church member, claimed on air that gay people in San Francisco use rigged rings to try and give people AIDS when they shake hands. In a later version of the episode posted to CBN's website, however, those comments were nowhere to be found. For now.
On the June 8 edition of his " Club" show released to the media by Americans United for Separation of Church and StateRobertson denounced Orlando and Disney World for welcoming gay tourists to the theme park during a privately sponsored "Gay Days" weekend. Robertson predicted dire consequences. Noting that the city government allowed the display of rainbow flags on light poles, the TV preacher warned that acceptance of homosexuality could result in hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes, terrorist bombs and "possibly a meteor.
On Tuesday's Clubtelevangelist Pat Robertson made this rather surprising pronouncement to co-host Terry Meeuwsen:. You know what they do in San Francisco, some in the gay community there they want to get people so if they got the stuff [AIDS] they'll have a ring, you shake hands, and the ring's got a little thing where you cut your finger It's that kind of vicious stuff, which would be the equivalent of murder.