Televangelist Pat Robertson Claims Jesus Coming Back Wearing Camo and Carrying an AK-47
Pat Robertson Claims Vision of Jesus With AK-47, Camo Means He’ll Soon Return
Certain stories online mention Televangelist Pat Robertson had claimed Jesus is Coming Back With AK-47, Camo. Allegedly, Robertson had such a vision of Jesus, meaning he will soon return. No, the claims are not true.
Origin of Robertson Claims Jesus Coming Back
The claim in question originated from an article on The Business Standard News website bizstandardnews.com published on 3rd April 2019. Accordingly, Pat Robertson said he had received a message from Jesus Christ telling him he was pleased with the work of President Donald Trump. The article further mentioned about a vision Robertson had of Jesus wearing camouflage, carrying an AK-47 and getting ready to come back and take care of Israel’s enemies.
Despite the strange claims, the story was shared widely on social media sites like Facebook.
Satire, Not Real
The stories about Pat Robertson claims Jesus coming back are just satire, not real. There are no credible reports on it. The Business Standard News is neither a credible political blog nor a news website. Their About information in fact clearly mentions The Business Standard News is a satirical site:
The Business Standard News is a satirical site designed to parody the 24-hour news cycle. The stories are outlandish, but reality is so strange nowadays they could be true.
Therefore, the messages saying Televangelist Pat Robertson had a vision of Jesus Christ coming back with AK-47 and Camo is a fabricated, satire story.
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