Just as doomsday predictor Harold Camping retired from his position at Family Radio and stopped making new doomsday predictions, a “new” wacko showed up in town to pick up the slack.
Although he didn’t give any specific date for his end of times parade, Pat Robertson said on The 700 Club that the recent earthquakes in Oklahoma are a sign of the End Times and that people must “get right with the Lord.” Back in August, Robertson suggested that a crack in the Washington Monument created by a Virginia earthquake was “a sign from the Lord” too.
In this latest interview, Robertson warned that the “intensity of earthquake activity” is a Sign of the Times.
“These continents aren’t solid. They float and they move. And that’s just one more reason that we need to get ourselves right with the Lord.”
You know what else isn’t solid, floats and moves? Your stool after eating spicy Mexican food. But you don’t get right with the Lord because of it.
Anyway, one thing is certain. The end is coming — for Pat Robertson. He is 81-years-old, after all. A true dinosaur.Read More