RWW News: Robertson: Market Crash Prophesied By September Shemittah Warning

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Right Wing Watch reports on the extreme rhetoric and activities of key right-wing figures and organizations by showing their views in their own words. In this video, Pat Robertson links the market sell-off to biblical prophecy.


Mark Heggeland says:

He says talks about it like it's a low-pressure system moving through.

Google stop it says:

Gold? Why not blood diamonds, Patty?

Frank Kelley says:

How's the blood diamond market holding up Pat?

aido92 says:

What a surprise that Pat is listening to market data, even whilst doing his show! Priorities!

And aren't these people supposed to give away their worldly goods, and trust in the lord to provide?

rixlbg says:

I had a Guatemalan girlfriend named Shimittah. I tell what, if is she he is talking about, you prepare for heavy apocalyptical shit coming my way!

Bolgernow says:

Lying, dying, lunatic…

Electric meat disco says:

Where`s Pat`s neck gone?

NoBullShit says:

The religious right cares so much for humanity while praying for their wet dread, the end of the world. Planes falling out of the skies crashing into cities killing thousands in each event, ships crashing into oil refineries setting off massive explosions, wars in diverse places killing millions. Trying to save unborn sinners so they experience these horrors from such a loving god. So heart warming.

dyssynchro says:

Is this guy dying before our eyes ?

in2dionysus says:

Citation needed! Zeitgeist committed . . .

JesusChristIsaBlackgay DeadJewOnaStick says:

What Pat is really saying is his stock shares in china is pretty much fucked

rloomis3 says:

So his producer keeps him apprised of the stock market's status during broadcasts?  Talk about revealing info concerning Pat's priorities…

rloomis3 says:

I was all set to comment "What does any of this have to do with god or religion?" — and then he remembers himself and sneaks in a reference in the last four seconds.  Nice save there, Patty.

Masticina Akicta says:

Yup the onset of alzheimer.

Soon enough he will say that the rain is prophesied!

MahsaKaerra says:

Ignorant religious guy calls it magic when a known event occurs because he doesn't understand anything that exists outside of his favorite story book. Investors and economists know exactly what is happening and they know exactly why it happens, they even have a name for it and no, it's not "god's petty wrath".

gusbaker4u says:

"something bad will happen in September…or right before September or right after September" wow what an amazing, undeniable prophecy

MahsaKaerra says:

If hoarding gold is the way to mitigate the effects of a market crash (it isn't) then the USA is surely one of the nations, if not the single nation best prepared to face it and come out on top. The US has over 8,100 tonnes of the precious metal stored away, the largest hoard by a wide margin with Germany ranked second in the world with just 3,300 tonnes. 74% of the America's overall reserves are held in the form of gold.

Adam Langfelder says:

Oh give it a rest you dried up ancient chode huffer.

colourmegone says:

What an strange idea that Jesus has an interest in the performance of the stock markets. Is he a Bull or a Bear?

Oh silly me, the whole thing is BULL, from start to finish!

Thomas Paine says:

In late 1976, Robertson predicted that the end of the world was coming in October or November 1982. In January 2004, Robertson said that God told him President Bush will be re-elected in a "blowout" in November. In May 2006, Robertson declared that storms and possibly a tsunami would hit America's coastline sometime in 2006. Robertson supposedly received this revelation from God during an annual personal prayer retreat in January. On the January 2, 2007, broadcast of The 700 Club, Robertson said that God spoke to him and told him that "mass killings" were to come during 2007, due to a terrorist attack on the United States. When a terrorist attack failed to happen in 2007, Robertson said, in January 2008, "All I can think is that somehow the people of God prayed and God in his mercy spared us."

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