Televangelist Pat Robertson, 90, the living embodiment of the expression “creeping decrepitude has finally crept up on me,” has contradicted a prophecy he gave several months ago where he declared Trump was going to win the election, now saying about the President, “You’ve had your day and it’s time to move on.”
Robertson is no stranger to self-contradiction and absurdity. He’s been deceiving millions of people for literally decades, telling supporters that it’s ok for a husband to divorce a wife with Alzheimer’s, that Christians who believe in creationism are stupid, blaming wives for their husbands cheating on them, and a host of other nonsensical things.
Now, though he specifically prophecied that Trump would win a second term and that after a few years an asteroid would strike the earth and demolish it, he’s now saying that it’s not to be, and that Biden will take the win.
In a transcript poached from our frenemies at the hive of scum and villainy known as the Friendly Atheist, Robertson tells The 700 Club (so named because less than 700 people out of his million audience members are even Christians):
I think it is all over. I think the Electoral College has spoken. I think the Biden corruption has not totally been brought to fruition, but it doesn’t seem to be affecting the Electoral College, and I don’t think the Supreme Court is going to move in to do anything, and I think we [are] going to see a President Biden, and I also think we will be seeing a President Kamala Harris not too long after the inauguration of President Biden.
With all his talent, and the ability to raise money and draw large crowds, the president still lives in an alternate reality. He really does. People say, “Well, he lies about this, that, and the other.” But no, he isn’t lying. To him, that’s the truth. He had the biggest crowd on Inauguration Day. He had more people than ever (?), he was the most popular… he saved NBC with The Apprentice. You go down the line of things that really aren’t true, and you know, people kept pointing to them, but, because they loved him so much and he was so strong for the evangelicals, the evangelicals were with him all the way.
But there was something about him that was good, that God placed him in that office… he’s done a marvelous job for the economy, but at the same time, he is very erratic, and he’s fired people, and he’s fought people, and he’s insulted people, and keeps going down the line, so it’s a mixed bag.
And I think it would be well to say: You’ve had your day and it’s time to move on.
Though Robertson doesn’t acknowledge this direct contradiction to his earlier prophecy (oh yeah, he also falsely prophecied twice that the world would end in 1982 and then 2007), his shifty shenanigans are par for the course for charismatic ne’er do well‘s. It’s what they do. They blaspheme in God’s name and then move on as if they never said it and we don’t have video of them lying through their teeth.
May Robertson repent, or be rent in two.
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