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Pat Robertson Tells Trump to Move On from 2020 Election, Leftists Rush to Praise Pat Robertson

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This is peak Trump Derangement Syndrome.

On Monday, televangelist Pat Robertson told President Donald Trump to move on from the 2020 election.

The 304-year-old Robertson also said Trump “lives in an alternate reality” and described the President as “very erratic” in a message delivered on his show The 700 Club, itself an alternate reality.

Well, Robertson had the left at “move on” and rushed to social media to praise the person they’ve called the devil and deranged. Yes, this is full onset Trump Derangement Syndrome. And apparently, there is no vaccine.

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If there is a vaccine, put Pennsylvania Lieutenant Gov. John Fetterman at the front of the line. He needs it desperately.

Sadly, Fetterman suffers from delusion, too. He thinks he’s funny. Wanna bet he also thinks he can be Governor?

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The left is so desperate to dunk on Trump that they’re willing to latch on to something Robertson says. Funny, though, that they didn’t come rushing to his aid a little less than 2 weeks ago when Robertson said this:

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Pat probably doesn’t remember saying that on account of his advanced age. And apparently the leftists rushing in to praise him and making “funny” “jokes” about Trump “losing Pat Robertson” also seem to forget some of the other crazy things Robertson has said through the years. Remember that time when Robertson said God targeted New Orleans with Hurricane Katrina back in 2005?

But that doesn’t matter now. It’s all about getting Trump.

What will these people do when there’s no more Trump to kick around? The answer is simple. They’ll start kicking you!

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  1. PTFloridians

    December 22, 2020 at 8:37 am

    Televangelists, by in large, have lost all credibility, throughout the years. Anyone that is fooled by most of these racketeers is a fool. When things work to fit their narrative, God did it…when things don’t work out, Satan did it…God is in control, but Satan rules this world…gimme a break…In this case, the richness of his statement that “Trump lives in an alternative reality”, simply tells all of us that Mr. Pat is the one living in an alternative reality, and is a card carrying member of “the Swamp”, fleecing the flock for decades.

    • Geralynn matta

      December 22, 2020 at 10:18 pm

      Why Pat R. Is living so long is a clue to what side he’s on. GeoMan. How much human younger blood was injected in him? And at what cost?

  2. PTFloridians

    December 23, 2020 at 8:59 pm

    Fetterman’s fat Commie ass needs more than a kung flu virus vaccine to cure what ails him…he might need the hammer and sicle vaccine first…

  3. Ryles

    December 24, 2020 at 10:50 am

    Who’s the racketeer?

    • PTFloridians

      December 24, 2020 at 6:45 pm

      Pat Robertson and most/all televangelists…it’s a money factory.

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