Staff / TruthdigFeb 11, 2007
Pat Robertson's "age-defying" weight loss shake may be more trouble than it's worth. Phillip Busch, who is suing Robertson for exploiting his image to sell the product on his "700 Club" talk show, says the televangelist walked into court and told him, "I am going to kill you and your family."
(h/t: Largest Minority) Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigFeb 1, 2007
This cute, quick clip from "The Family Guy" envisions your favorite "agents of intolerance," Jerry Falwell and Pat Robertson, as the only two humans left on Earth after the Rapture. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigJan 3, 2007
Pat Robertson is at it again, this time claiming God told him that a major terrorist attack in 2007 -- possibly nuclear -- would result in "mass killing." The preacher on Tuesday demanded partial credit for predicting a possible tsunami last year, citing spring rains that drenched New England, so don't rush to judge this latest communique. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Staff / TruthdigMay 18, 2006
The Democratic chairman, speaking on Pat Robertson's network, said that the Dems' platform declares "marriage is between a man and a woman"--when, in fact, it doesn't. Gay rights groups are angry.
Update: Pat Robertson, by the say, said that God told him that America would be hit by tsunamis in 2006.
OK, Dean misspoke, but what a sad commentary that he was having a serious conversation with a delusional hate-monger like Robertson, anyway. Dig deeper ( 1 Min. Read )
Larry Gross / TruthdigJan 7, 2006
No sooner had Ariel Sharon been rushed to the hospital with a "significant stroke" than the Rev. Pat Robertson informed the viewers of his cable TV 700 Club that this was God's punishment for Sharon's decision to unilaterally withdraw from Gaza. Dig deeper ( 3 Min. Read )
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