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Pat Robertson steps down as "700 Club" host after 60 years

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Televangelist Pat Robertson announced Friday that he would be stepping down as host of his Christian Broadcasting Network’s (CBN) flagship show “The 700 Club” after six decades on the program. 



The 91-year-old unveiled the news during the show’s 60th anniversary broadcast, saying that he will still be joining CBN broadcasts for special projects in the future but would be putting his focus on teaching at Regent University, the Virginia Beach private Christian school he founded in 1977. 


"Today's show will be my final as host of 'The 700 Club,'" Robertson said Friday, adding that his replacement “will be my very capable son, Gordon, who will take over as full-time host of the program."


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1 minute ago, Fizzzzle said:

Who, what, where?


A guy that believes hurricanes and earthquakes hitting Louisiana and Haiti are because of Satanists and that the gays have wear blood swapping rings to give straights AIDS. He's spent the last sixty years being a major force helping push American Christians into the crazy.

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Pat Robertson roundly sucks. 


But remember when he lied about being able to leg press 2,000 pounds?



Religious broadcaster Pat Robertson says he did once leg-press a ton when he was almost 73 and had prostate cancer, and he still regularly lifts up to 1,200 pounds with his legs.


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