Pat Robertson, a religious broadcaster who created the Christian Broadcasting Network in 1960 and helped make religion central to the GOP, has died at age 93. Now, sick Liberals are celebrating his death, and “rest in hell” is trending on Twitter.
Robertson, who was well-known for his CBN talk show called the “700 Club,” founded the Christian Coalition in 1987 and ran for president in 1988, losing the nomination to eventual president George H.W. Bush. He also served in the Marine Corps during the Korean War.
The Christian broadcaster played a major role in making religion central to Republican Party politics.
At 93, Robertson died early Thursday morning in his home in Virginia.
Announcing his death, CBN said, “With great sadness, we announce that Dr. M.G. ‘Pat’ Robertson has gone home to be with his Lord and Savior today. Thank you for your prayers for the Robertson family and the ministry of CBN at this time.”
“Pat Robertson dedicated his life to preaching the Gospel, helping those in need, and educating the next generation,” the network added.
As a public religious figure, Robertson was often met with controversy.
He became greatly controversial after blaming the gay rights movement and abortion in America for the 9/11 attacks, and for claiming the devastating 2010 earthquake in Haiti was because its residents made a “pact with the devil” during their fight for independence from France.
Many of his comments drew criticism from civil rights groups and now, following his death, critics are not holding back their disdain for him as “rest in hell” is trending on Twitter. The messages that have been posted are truly sickening and show just how “accepting” and “loving” the Democrat party really is.
Per usual, the bleeding heart Liberals are showing their true colors… and they aren’t very pretty.
After hearing news of Robertson’s death, far-Left artist Anis Jerbi posted a disgusting message on social media, saying, “Rest in Hell, Pat Robertson. May his soul be cursed, and may the wrath of Satan be unleashed upon him for eternity. Rush Limbaugh has a new neighbor.”
Another left-wing troll posted, “The best news since Rush Limbaugh died. Rest in Hell, Pat Robertson. Let me know where his grave is, so I can piss on it.”
Ricky J. Marc, another radical left-wing political commentator, tweeted, “‘Rest in hell, bozo’ is trending again online, and I’d be lying if I said I found it distasteful. This guy earned it.”
Another Twitter user who, according to her Twitter bio, enjoys to “read, bitch, & knit,” posted, “Normally, I don’t dance on graves. But that ***hole deserves a special seat in hell. He preached poison and destroyed lives. Rest in hell Pat Robertson. May you relive the worst day of your life for eternity.”