Thursday, March 21, 2013

Pat Robertson Warns Against "Scamsters In Religious Garb"

Following his appeal to bankrupt families to give him "just $20 a month," Pat Robertson offered valuable advice that, as Right Wing Watch notes, would land him "in deep trouble" if followed. After a 700 Club story about the Profitable Sunrise investment scam that used religious scriptures to lure victims, Robertson warned, "Beware of these scamsters, especially scamsters in religious garb quoting the Bible. I mean, run from them. They’re all over the place.” Watch Robertson demonstrate his sense of irony:

4 comments:

labman57 said...

The ears of everyone in the televangelist industry are burning.

Jeff Tone said...

Indeed. If he doesn't clam up, Robertson could put them, and himself, out of business.

stickler said...

That's not irony, but lack of self-awareness -- the essential human trait.

Jeff Tone said...

Well put. I used "irony" ironically.