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Televangelist shock-jock, Pat Robertson, added a new notch to his belt of offensive statements this week when he claimed that the devastating earthquake in Haiti was a result of the country's "pact to the devil". What the hell?! As the founder of America's infamous Christian Coalition, Robertson has a staggering record of outrageous commentary that is almost comedic if it didn't involve human tragedies. It's surprising that such a bat-shit crazy bible beater is regarded as relevant enough to even warrant responses from Ambassadors and major media outlets. But he does.

Similar to his talk-show counterpart, Rush Limbaugh , Pat has made a long career on incendiary hate mongering that somehow finds a dedicated audience. To get an idea of the man who Republicans still repeatedly seek endorsements from, here's a rundown of his wall of shame...


Says US Constitution Is For Christians Only, 1981
The majority of Robertson's disturbing remarks occur on his TV show, The 700 Club - founded in 1963 and aired worldwide with one million viewers daily in America alone. Soon after Reagan's election, Robertson explained to his audience that non-Christians threaten American society: "The Constitution of the United States, for instance, is a marvelous document for self-government by the Christian people. But the minute you turn the document into the hands of non-Christian people and atheistic people they can use it to destroy the very foundation of our society. And that's what's been happening." God help us.



Claims Feminism Encourages Killing Children, 1992
In a fundraising letter to supporters, the former GOP candidate spews almost laughable accusations towards the feminist movement: "The feminist agenda is not about equal rights for women. It is about a socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism, and become lesbians." Someone needs to get laid.



Warns Orlando Of Meteor Attacks After Gay Pride Festival, 1998
A long-time gay basher, Self-Righteous Robertson reacts to Orlando's Gay Days Festival by threatening retaliation via God. Speaking to his base of anti-tolerance, Pat makes a prediction: "If the widespread practice of homosexuality will bring about the destruction of your'll bring about earthquakes, tornadoes and possibly a meteor". No reports of meteors at press time. 


Blames Haiti's Earthquake On Their "Pact To The Devil" January 2010
Like an emotionally detached sociopath, Robertson delivered one of his most outrageously disturbing charges towards the people of Haiti. With thousands of bodies dead in the streets and rescue teams desperately trying to find survivors, the evil televangelist goes for blood. Rambling about Napoleon and Haiti's history of resistance to slavery, Robertson claims that the Haitian people are eternally cursed for making a deal with the devil. Man, STFU. As for Robertson, there's a special place in Hell reserved for him.