Thursday, October 23, 2014

Pat Robertson Warns Viewers Against The Scourge Of "AIDS Towels"!

Televangelist extraordinaire Pat Robertson warned his viewers this week that they needed to be careful when traveling to African countries like Kenya because “the towels could have AIDS.”

During one of last weeks episodes of The 700 Club, a viewer told Robertson in an email that God had called them to go on a mission trip to Kenya, but friends and family had said that it was dangerous because of the recent Ebola crisis.

Unbelievably Robertson correctly pointed out that there was currently no outbreak of Ebola in Kenya that disease would have been the least of the viewers worries if he were to venture to that part of the world.

While Robertson warned the intrepid inquirer that there were indeed dangers in African including “various diseases” from mosquitoes, and unsterilized water the real fear was from the terrible "towels"...

You might get AIDS in Kenya, people have AIDS, you’ve got to be careful. I mean, the towels could have AIDS.”

You heard it here first! Exchanging needles or engaging in risky sex with a "towel" is a sure way to get the AIDS!

In all seriousness the U.S. Office of Women’s Health, has clearly stated that HIV/AIDS cannot be spread through “sharing food utensils, towels and bedding, telephones, or toilet seats.”

As an added bonus please watch Anderson Cooper rip Robertson apart for his uninformed and offensive claims in his show's segment named the RidicuList...

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