According to right-wing televangelist, Pat Robertson Trump’s decision to abandoning of the Kurdish and Christian fighters in Syria, leaving them at the mercy of an invasion by Turkey’s brutal Muslim autocracy is putting him ‘In Danger of Losing the Mandate of Heaven.’
By James DiGeorgia
Right-wing televangelist Pat Robertson has described President Donald Trump as “God’s man for the job.” Now, the televangelist is warning that President Trump is “in danger of losing the mandate of heaven.”
After announcing his decision to stand down and withdrawn U.S. Troops in Syria along the Turkish border Pat Robertson the founder of both the Christian Broadcasting Network and the “700 Club” delivered a scathing warning to President Trump in response to a sudden 180 degree turn in U.S. foreign policy; agreeing to stand by as Turkey prepares to invade northern Syria, leaving the American-allied Kurdish forces, longtime enemies of the Muslim Turk’s vulnerable to attack.
Pat Robertson minced no words saying he is… “Absolutely appalled that the United States is going to betray” the Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces that stood by American military forces sides for over 4 years in unselfishly fighting and bringing about the defeat of ISIS, and their terrorist Islamic State in Syria.
Robertson tied his outrage over Trump’s decision to abandon the Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces to the 2018 murder of Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was literally murdered and chopped up into little pieces in Turkey at the behest of Saudi Arabian Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Robertson said…
“The President, who allowed Khashoggi to be cut in pieces without any repercussions whatsoever, is now allowing the Christians and the Kurds to be massacred by the Turks,” Robertson said. “And I believe ― and I want to say this with great solemnity ― the president of the United States is in danger of losing the mandate of heaven if he permits this to happen.”
Robertson, comments on Khashoggi’s death were especially hypocritical and revision because, in that past, he had told his audience “you don’t blow up an international alliance over one person.”
Until Robertson’s latest comments, CBN has been a reliable supporter of President featuring a handful of interviews with Trump. The White House, in return, has been giving the Evangelical Christian network unfettered access not afforded to most other media outlets.
Robertson’s warning that Trump is ‘In Danger of Losing the Mandate of Heaven’ Trump had never had a concern that he might lose any part of the 2020 evangelical voter. In the past, Robertson has defended every anti-Christian behavior of President Trump, including his “Access Hollywood” tape scandal and his involvement in extramarital affairs, including one with porn star Stormy Daniels.
The world-famous televangelist’s add to a groundswell objecting to President Trump’s decision to abandoning of Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces and allowing the Turk’s the opportunity to cause a bloodbath that would also free over 2000 ISIS battle-hardened troops capable of renewing ISIS terrorists as a threat to the world.