Pat Robertson Gives A Dire Warning – Cultists Cursing The Unborn Through Ultrasound Photos

Failed political candidate and religious snake oil salesman Pat Robertson has once more begun making insane claims over witchcraft. This time, one person wrote in to ask about the sharing of ultrasound photos on Facebook, and if there was any “spiritual harm” which could arise from doing it. In typical crazed lunatic fashion, Robertson latched onto Cultists and Covens, making himself look like more of a loon than usual.

“I don’t think there’s any harm in it, but I tell you there are demons and there are evil people in the world and you post a picture like that and some cultist gets hold of it or some coven, and they begin to muttering curses against an unborn child.”

This would seem more the place for satire or comedy, but Robertson is dead serious here. His history demonstrates a firm belief that there are magical demon worshippers out there who would seek out any opportunity to bring harm to random strangers. After all, he earlier claimed these Cultists could curse you through your Facebook photos. So, instead of advising over the real dangers of stalkers, predators or other dark corners of the Internet, he jumps right to his old standby of Cultists and Covens (which should really be a magazine title, come to think of it).

Robertson acts more as a man afraid of his own shadow than a religious leader. From claiming a baby was Hitler to telling his audience to mortgage their houses in order to send him money, he shows himself to be the fraud he truly is.

His statement in response to the woman’s question truly does look more as satire or the plot to the next American Horror Story, but it is all too real. Now his followers in the wake of this will likely ignore real concerns, and rush off to defend themselves from the followers of Cthulhu.

Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn.

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