October 3rd, 2017 17:38 EST
Pat Robertson Placed the Blame for the Las Vegas Massacre on Disrespect for Donald Trump
"TV preacher Pat Robertson says the massacre in Las Vegas was caused by lack of respect for President Donald Trump, protests during the national anthem and the country having no vision of God.
"There is profound disrespect for our president, all across this nation they say terrible things about him," the televangelist and former presidential candidate said on The 700 Club on Monday."
The 87-year-old televangelist and former presidential candidate has a sordid history of placing the blame for natural disasters on gays, lesbians, feminists and anybody else who doesn`t subscribe to his Neanderthal belief system.
God might have diverted the course of Katrina into the ocean and spared New Orleans if only the wicked city hadn`t been so hospitable to gays, lesbians and other infidels.
But the con artist really takes the cake with his latest pronunciation that the massacre in Las Vegas was caused by lack of respect for President Donald Trump.
I wish the Almighty would smite Robertson and take him to the Big Nursing Home in the Sky.
If America respected a profane, vulgar, petty and narcissist egomaniac like Trump I would really be worried, it speaks well of the spiritual health of our great democracy that we can`t abide the short-fingered vulgarian.
I imagine what really pisses off God are the evangelical ministers who laud Trump out of political expediency.
Evil, whether it takes the form of a madman who slaughters innocents in Las Vegas, a televangelist who fleeces his flock, or a president who embarrasses his country on a daily basis, is well-entrenched in our society.
But I have a smidgen of hope for America when I see my fellow Americans recognize Pat Robertson, Donald Trump, and the loser who killed 59 people in Las Vegas as moral reprobates.
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