Pat Robertson Unleashes His Inner Psycho Once Again

January 14, 2010

U.S. (ChattahBox) – Once again standing up to make comments that put the rest of the country to shame, Revered Pat Robertson has come out to say that the Haitians only brought the earthquake on themselves.

On CBN’s ‘700 Club’, Robertson decided to give the Christian nation what he says is a “true” history lesson on the Haitians:

“You know … something happened a long time ago in Haiti. … They got together and swore a pact to the Devil. They said, ‘We will serve you if you get us free from the French.’ True story.”

Something tells me “true story” is rather subjective when it comes to Reverend Pat.

The remarks have already been widely vilified, including by the White House.

“I’m kind of speechless about that kind of remark,” White House adviser Valerie Jarrett said.

“Our heart goes out to the people of Haiti. That’s not the attitude that expresses the spirit of the president or the American people, so I thought it was a pretty stunning comment to make.”

Apparently surprised that his love for Haiti was not made clear, and that even the White House was shaking their finger, CBN released the following statement:

“Dr. Robertson never stated that the earthquake was God’s wrath. If you watch the entire video segment, Dr. Robertson’s compassion for the people of Haiti is clear.”



3 Responses to “Pat Robertson Unleashes His Inner Psycho Once Again”

  1. Phil Zeller, Jr. on January 14th, 2010 12:03 pm

    Regarding ‘Mr.’ Pat Robertson: Speaking a born-again-Christian, ‘Mr.’ Roberson is definitely RELATED to the Anti-Christ! Thank You- anglzel

  2. Abi of Avalon on January 14th, 2010 12:05 pm

    What happened in Haiti is tragic, and they should be assisted in every way to help recover their losses, but it is interesting to note that the whole world loves the supernatural until it relates to Christianity. If Pat had said it happened because of some other supernatural phenomena, half the world would have believed it. More interestingly, the people of Haiti completely believe in the supernatural causes of things. They will probably be less offended than the ridiculous left (who loves the supernatural too – just not Christianity).

  3. olivia on January 14th, 2010 6:22 pm

    Abi – I think that is a slightly ridiculous comment. Do you really think that if he were to say that it had been ghosts causing it, or the god of a different religion, or something having to do with a crossing of laylines or the change in the Earth’s tilt it would be seen as any less insane? Of course not!

    The world is not totally supportive of any supernatural phenomenon but Christianity. No one is even saying that it is a issue of religion. It is about one man who is obviously unstable saying that they brought a horrible tragedy on themselves because of they made an imaginary pact with the devil. It is no different than those nuts that said that 9/11 or Katrina, or the flooding in the UK a few years back were because of permissive attitudes towards homosexuals. It is all bunk!

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