"If you can't tell the difference between those two things, it's crazy," the conservative TV evangelist said.
During his television program, evangelist Pat Robertson had a message for President Donald Trump: “It’s time to move on.”
The evangelical leader praised the president's ability to raise money and draw crowds but also said he “lives in an alternate reality."
The televangelist peers into the future and it gets really dark in a hurry.
The televangelist claimed Black Lives Matter is trying to destroy Christianity. Patrisse Cullors said his comments were "reckless."
The televangelist also said the president should be comforting Americans right now.
God won’t end the coronavirus pandemic until people repent of certain "sins," the televangelist indicated on "The 700 Club."
The right-wing televangelist tore into Trump's decision to leave Kurdish fighters in Syria to fend for themselves as Turkey prepares to invade.
That's saying something, considering the outspoken televangelist also called Roe v. Wade a "phony case."
The televangelist said the bill to protect LGBTQ citizens "is a devastating blow to religious freedom."