Pat Robertson Advises Parents to “Protect” Their Children from “Evil” Music via Physical Abuse
288-year-old televangelist Pat Robertson has four children, so he knows a thing or two about good parenting. Thank Christ Robertson’s The 700 Club is still on television, then, so that concerned mothers have a place to turn for advice that isn’t just other members of their own family, friends, school teachers and child welfare professionals, parenting books, parenting websites, or other unreliable sources that are really just tools of Satan.
Take, for example, this lady Marie, whose eleven-year-old son “recently started listening to music that speaks of the ‘beast within’ and the ‘infection in people’.” What in the sweet name of The Lord Almighty should she do now that The Dark Prince has gotten his hooks into her baby boy via one of his oldest and most cruel instruments of seduction — rock n’ roll music??? Says Robertson:
“It doesn’t hurt to smack a little eleven-year-old around a little bit and say, ‘You behave, you’re not going to listen to that garbage in my house.'”
Robertson’s co-host, Terry Meeuwsen, goes on to suggest that maybe Marie could revoke her son’s privileges since he’s still young enough to be dependent on his parents for pretty much everything (e.g., he has no money, no driver’s license, probably hasn’t figured out how to turn tricks downtown yet, etc.). But what does that dumb bitch know??? “There’s a lot of evil in the world and you’ve got to protect kids from evil,” Robertson asserts, before declaring that Marie’s son would never get away with this shit “if there was a man in the house.”
It’s so great to hear someone on TV finally point out that the best way to protect children is to hurt them, and that female brains are so small that they can be outwitted by even the youngest of males. Stupid SJWs can try to keep this information from people all they want, but thanks to Pat Robertson, the truth will be told!!!
In semi-related news: have you guys heard about this phenomenon where adolescents sometimes do things PRECISELY because it pisses their parents off, and become even MORE inclined to pursue such an activity as said activity increasingly perturbs their elders? Me neither. I asked Robertson about it, but he just smacked me. So I guess it’s not even worth considering.