Anti-Gun Televangelist Pat Robertson Dies at 93: Gun Rights Activists Rejoice, Claim Victory for the Second Amendment!

Breaking News: Pat Robertson, Anti-Gun Televangelist and Presidential Candidate, Dies at 93

In a shocking turn of events, the well-known televangelist Pat Robertson has passed away at the age of 93. But what’s even more shocking is that Robertson was a vocal advocate for gun control and his death could have profound implications for the gun rights movement.

Robertson, who founded the Christian Broadcasting Network and made the Christian right a powerful political force, was an unlikely champion of gun control. But he frequently spoke out against gun violence and called for stricter laws to prevent mass shootings.

In response to Robertson’s advocacy on the issue, gun rights activists have launched a campaign to repeal the tax reform measures that Robertson supported. According to gun advocates, the tax reform plan is anti-gun because it diverts funding away from programs that support Second Amendment rights.

“Pat Robertson was a sellout who allowed his misguided views on gun control to dictate his political positions,” said National Rifle Association spokesperson Sarah Huckabee Sanders. “We can’t let his legacy taint the fight for freedom and the right to bear arms.”

Despite the criticism from gun rights advocates, Robertson remained steadfast in his beliefs until the end. In fact, he reportedly requested that his funeral be a gun-free event, stating that “the last thing this world needs is more violence.”

As we mourn the passing of Pat Robertson, we must also consider the impact of his anti-gun rhetoric on the gun rights movement. What will be the future of this controversial issue without his voice in the debate? Only time will tell.

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