By AATTP contributing author Sky Palma
In a magnificent display of irony, and just two days after Pat Robertson asked bankrupt families to give him “just $20 a month,” the televangelist is now warning his minions to be on the lookout for “scamsters in religious garb quoting the Bible.”
On a Tuesday broadcast of his 700 Club, Robertson ran a report about the “Profitable Sunrise” pyramid investment scheme which lured people in using religious scriptures.
“Beware of these scamsters, especially scamsters in religious garb quoting the Bible,” Robertson said. “I mean, run from them. They’re all over the place.”
On an earlier broadcast, the 700 Club aired a segment praising a couple who continued to donate money to CBN even after declaring bankruptcy and selling their house.
“They were faithful,” Robertson said. “Listen, there is no way you can out give God. You can’t do it. And that which is given to him will come back 30, 60 and 100 fold.”
“We encourage you to join the 700 Club. It’s just $20 a month. And if all of us do it together, it gets to be millions and millions and millions of dollars.”
Watch Robertson’s broadcast in the video below, courtesy of Right Wing Watch:
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