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 show , The Club. In the s and s Robertson was a faith healer. James Randi devoted a chapter of his book The Faith Healers to criticizing Robertson's faith healing. Robertson prayed to God to steer hurricanes away from his company's Virginia Beach , Virginia headquarters.
Pat Robertson wishes Facebook had a 'vomit' button
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Marion Gordon "Pat" Robertson — is a founding member of the Club, an ultra- authoritarian Christian extremist group that funds itself using old school TV telethons. 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. Orlando was one place Pat said God told him would be hit by a meteor. Robertson is an old earth creationist  and thinks that a 6, year old earth is "not in the Bible " but despite this his organisation sells Young Earth Creationist material. Robertson served in the Marines during the Korean War and frequently claimed to have seen combat, including in his memoirs and numerous interviews. In , Republican Congressman Pete McCloskey, himself a decorated Korean War vet, showed that Robertson had used family connections  to land a cushy posting to divisional headquarters in Japan.
So that he could click on it every time he came across a photograph of a gay couple kissing. Robertson who has repeatedly made clear his disapproval of homosexuality, made the latest comments Monday in response to a question he fielded from a viewer on his Christian Broadcasting Network show "The Club. You've got a couple of same-sex guys kissing, do you like that? Well that makes me want to throw up," he said.
The homophobic president of Liberty University is back in the headlines after some questionable, ahem, dealings between him and his something personal trainer, Ben Crosswhite, were made public. A post shared by Jerry Falwell Jr. Then there are all the photos of Jerry barebacking by himself and with other men…. Good horse to put up with me standing on his back! Decided to make riding the horse across lake an annual tradition.