Pat Robertson: Beware of "scamsters in religious garb"
The "700 Club" host delivered his warning without any discernible irony
March 21, 2013 11:57PM (UTC)
Two weeks ago Pat Robertson bragged that his prayers had landed a Texas businessman a check for $1 million, but this week the failed doomsday predictor and thrift store demon exorcist warned "700 Club" viewers to watch out for scam artists looking to take advantage of the faithful:
Ladies and gentleman, beware of these scamsters -- especially scamsters in religious garb -- quoting the Bible. I mean, run from them. They are all over the place.
The video, presented without further comment (except for LOL):
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