Televangelist Kenneth Copeland says school shootings are the fault of "one demon-possessed woman" in 1963

Very stable genius Kenneth Copeland, who is worth hundreds of millions of dollars, appeared on a television special last night to educate the world on why there are so many school shootings. It's not because of easy access to deadly assault weapons; it's because the naughty Devil used a woman to make the Supreme Court remove Bibles from schools. — Read the rest

Kenneth Copeland's Christofacist "Watchman Decree" is straight out of The Handmaid's Tale

Who needs a government when you have The Watchmen running the show?

Kenneth Copeland, the 85-year-old bug-eyed megapreacher with hundreds of millions of dollars, private jets, and luxury cars, is behind Watchman, a group of people who have declared war against the United States by stating, "We have been given legal power from heaven and now exercise our authority." — Read the rest

Heavy metal guitarist turns Kenneth Copeland sermon into a sick hard rock banger

Kenneth Copeland is one of the more notorious fire-and-brimstone MegaChurch millionaire con-artists of today. So guitarist Andre Antunes just did the logical thing: took one of the man's hellfire speeches and set it to a heavy metal song.

Here's the lyrics, if you want to scream along:

In the Name of Jesus, standing in the office of the prophet of God,
I execute judgment on you COVID-19.

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Prosperity gospel sermon vastly improved with heavy metal backing track

I can't get enough of heavy metal guitarist Andre Antunes' work, and he's done it again, with this brilliant video featuring his guitar work accompanying the preaching of Terri Pearsons. Pearson is the daughter of prosperity gospel-loving televangelist pastor Kenneth Copeland, who made headlines for justifying his need for private jets—which he bought with money donated by his congregation—by insisting, "You can't. — Read the rest

Right-wing outrage songified

Election reaction on the right comes in such gloriously unbridled cadence that the Gregory Brothers made a song out of it. This mashup features all those you would expect: Paula White-Cain, Kenneth Copeland, Rudy, Tucker Carlson, Michelle Bachmann, and other outspoken characters. — Read the rest

Watching these 2 megapreachers defend their private jets is a more effective emetic than syrup of ipecac

Do you need to void the contents of your stomach quickly? Watch this conversation between televangelists Kenneth Copeland (reported net worth $300 million) and Jesse Duplantis (reported net worth $50 million), in which they explain that they reason men of God require private jets is because they can't stand up and have a conversation with God on a commercial plane. — Read the rest

Megachurch televangelists lay hands on Donald Trump, ask Jesus to vote for him

GOP presidential candidate and noted scumbag Donald Trump met with a bunch of televangelists, Tea Party "teavangelicals," and preacher profiteers at his Trump Tower office Monday afternoon.

The elite group, which included some megachurch chiefs who have previously been investigated by the federal government for misuse of donations, prayed while performing the "laying on of hands" to infuse him with the Holy Spirit. — Read the rest

"Can I pet dat dawg?" Little girl's viral bear encounter turned into musical hit

You might remember this video from a few months back, featuring an adorable little girl who sees a bear in her backyard and repeatedly asks her mother, "Can I pet dat dawg?"

Well, piano maestro Brandon Ethridge has added music to the girl's pleading, turning it into a great 7-second song:

Here are some other Brandon Ethridge videos we've posted over the years:

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