Friday, June 13, 2014

Pat Robertson Says Don't 'Bust' Dad If He Threatens To Kill Mom With A Gun

Remember what Pat Robertson says: "Snitches get stitches!"
Last week on the 700 Club a child wrote a letter to Televangelist Pat Robertson imploring him for advice about a domestic violence situation he was dealing with. In the letter the child asked Robertson who he should turn to for help when his Father threatened his Mother "with his gun".

This was the content of the letter...

Whenever my parents fight, my dad threatens my mom with his gun. Fortunately, this now means nothing to my mom, and she never goes nuts about it; she is very calm. But as a child, I get nervous and worried when this happens. Even my younger brother saw this incident. What should we do about it and him?”

Wasting no time Robertson got right down to the most important bit of advice he could impart to the child about his father's "misuse of a firearm"... "You don't want to get your father busted" He then suggested that the child should confront his mother about the situation instead of "busting" dad saying...

"Well, misuse of a firearm. What you ought to do is go to your Mom and say, 'Mom, this thing is scaring me and I ask you, please, to get my father to have some help,'"

Now Robertson wasn't a complete imbecile about the situation later saying...

"One day he's gonna pull the trigger. It doesn't take too much if you've got a loaded weapon and you're brandishing it around, 'I'm gonna kill you,' and the next thing you know the thing goes off. Maybe accidentally, but the mother will wind up dead,". Robertson finished by adding: "Your Mother ought to take care of that,"

Here is the clip...


But remember the most important bit of advice in this tale is... Don't snitch!

So just remember the godly advice which I believe comes straight from the good book:  When a child's mother is being threatened with a boom boom stick by the child's father, that child shall not go to the po po!"

In all seriousness... According to Annals Of Internal Medicine, American women make up 84 percent of all female gun victims in the developed world. Children and adults who witness domestic violence (including threats and intimidation) should call 911. For advice and assistance, call the National Domestic Violence hotline at 1-800-799-7233 (TTY: 1-800-787-3224) or visit them online.

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