Pat Robertson, you are going to HELL for your comments about the earthquake in Haiti

January 14, 2010

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But, you may be going to hell for a variety of other reasons I don’t know about.  Pat Robertson is the first winner of Dumb Nigga and Hater of Week award for 2010 for his comments on the Haiti Earthquake.

Enter the Rev. Pat Robertson, who always seems to have a ready answer for the unanswerable.

“You know … something happened a long time ago in Haiti. … They got together and swore a pact to the Devil,” Robertson said on the Christian Broadcasting Network’s “700 Club” Wednesday.

“They said, ‘We will serve you if you get us free from the French.’ True story.” That’s right: Robertson seems to suggest the Haitians brought the earthquake on themselves, in a deal with Satan.

“And so, the Devil said, ‘OK, it’s a deal.’ And they kicked the French out,” he went on. “You know, the Haitians revolted and got themselves free. But ever since, they have been cursed by one thing after another.”

Robertson’s words instantly triggered a firestorm across the country, including a rebuke from White House press secretary Robert Gibbs who told reporters “at times of great crisis there are always people who say really stupid things.”

Earlier today, senior White House adviser Valerie Jarrett told George Stephanopoulos on “Good Morning America” that she is “speechless about that kind of remark.”

“Our heart goes out to the people of Haiti. … That’s not the attitude that expresses the spirit of the president or the American people, so I thought it was a pretty stunning comment to make,” Jarrett said.

But this is not the first time that he has said something out of pocket like that. 9/11, heart attacks and Hurricane Katrina have all been brought to bear because we didn’t give enough  to the 700 Club.

But a vengeful God has long been Robertson’s weapon of choice.

After Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon suffered a debilitating stroke in 2006, for instance, Robertson said it was God’s retribution for Israel ceding land to the Palestinians.

“I am sad to see him in this condition,” Robertson then said, “but the prophet Joel makes it very clear that god has enmity against those who ‘divide my land.'”

Robertson and the late Christian conservative televangelist Jerry Falwell created a stir in 2007 when they said the 9/11 attacks were God’s punishment for loose U.S. morals.

People “who have tried to secularize America, I point the finger in their face and say, ‘You helped this happen,'” Falwell said on the “700 Club,” which is the Christian network’s flagship news talk show.

“Well, I totally concur,” Robertson said in response.

And the cause of Hurricane Katrina’s devastation in 2005? God’s anger over abortion, Robertson said in the aftermath.

“We have killed over 40 million unborn babies in America. … Some of the attacks that are coming against us either by terrorists or now by natural disaster, could they be connected in some way?” he said.

I think that his time has come and the grim reaper will be making a visit.  But, I think that he will be taking the express elevator down, instead of up…

He is wating for you Pat and he is keeping a seat warm for you...

7 Responses to “Pat Robertson, you are going to HELL for your comments about the earthquake in Haiti”

  1. guenivere said

    As someone who has a friend with family in Haiti – who hasn’t been able to contact them at all and isn’t even sure if her family is alive – I vote for Pat to get dropped off in the middle of Haiti. You wanna fight Satan? Go to what you claim is ground zero and do it. Get your hands dirty. See if you can survive it.

  2. Maliki said

    peace to the folks over there struggling in Haiti after that disaster

  3. tophatal said


    How the f_ck is that not one person in the public domain has called this _ucker out on his comments. But the moment the likes of Sharpton or Jesse Jackson even come out of the woodworks the whole Caucasian diaspora is up in arms ?

    This has nothing at all to do with ‘freedom of speech’ but merely another racial bigot hiding behind the cloak of Christianity. How fu_king morose !

    This and other moronic diatribe from Robertson makes David Duke formerly of the Klan seem sincere. Robertson and the other a_sholes who purport them to be espousing Christianity from the pulpit on evangelical tv broadcasts are a bunch of fu_king charlatans to begin with !

    Alan Parkins

    • Steve said

      hopefully, they are too busy to call him out because they are doing something to help the people of Haiti recover from the unspeakable tragedy.

      • tophatal said


        Perhaps this is just the West Indian side of me that’s now coming out. But there’s a saying that we have that his ‘rass’ and ‘balls’ should be cut to shreds.

        That may well be the case as to the congregation who follow his inane rants. But if they’re said to be listening to him then in all probability they’re following him like lemmings jumping off a cliff. So that’s even worse !

        Alan Parkins

  4. tophatal said


    I love the fact that Keith Olbermann cracked back at both of those jack asses in Limbaugh and Pat Robertson

    Alan Parkins

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