10 controversial statements made by  Pat Robertson:

10 controversial statements made by  Pat Robertson:

In 1982, Robertson said that AIDS was a "punishment from God" for homosexuality

In 1982, Robertson said that AIDS was a "punishment from God" for homosexuality

In 1998, Robertson said that the United States should invade Iraq to "disarm Saddam Hussein" and "spread democracy in the Middle East."

In 1998, Robertson said that the United States should invade Iraq to "disarm Saddam Hussein" and "spread democracy in the Middle East."

In 2001, Robertson said that the September 11 attacks were a "wake-up call" for the United States and that the country needed to return to its Christian roots.

In 2001, Robertson said that the September 11 attacks were a "wake-up call" for the United States and that the country needed to return to its Christian roots.

In 2003, Robertson said that Hurricane Katrina was a "judgment" from God on New Orleans for its "sinfulness."

In 2003, Robertson said that Hurricane Katrina was a "judgment" from God on New Orleans for its "sinfulness."

In 2003, Robertson said that Hurricane Katrina was a "judgment" from God on New Orleans for its "sinfulness."

In 2003, Robertson said that Hurricane Katrina was a "judgment" from God on New Orleans for its "sinfulness."

In 2010, Robertson said that the earthquake in Haiti was a "curse" from God because of the country's "voodoo practices."

In 2010, Robertson said that the earthquake in Haiti was a "curse" from God because of the country's "voodoo practices."

In 2012, Robertson said that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was a "false flag" operation by the government to take away guns from Americans.

In 2012, Robertson said that the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting was a "false flag" operation by the government to take away guns from Americans.

In 2016, Robertson endorsed Donald Trump for president.

In 2016, Robertson endorsed Donald Trump for president.

In 2020, Robertson said that the COVID-19 pandemic was a "wake-up call" from God and that the country needed to return to its Christian roots.

In 2020, Robertson said that the COVID-19 pandemic was a "wake-up call" from God and that the country needed to return to its Christian roots.

1. In 2021, Robertson said that the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol was a "setup" by the Democrats.

1. In 2021, Robertson said that the January 6th attack on the U.S. Capitol was a "setup" by the Democrats.