Evangelist fraud Jim Bakker using flock's fears to sell apocalypse cabins

The televangelist is working on his comeback and hawking his wares to fanatical survivalist Christians in the process.

Jim Bakker is worried about good Christians having the ability to survive the apocalypse. He recently discussed the issue on an episode of “The Jim Bakker Show,” letting his viewers know the safest place to be during the end of days is in one of his cabins in the Ozark Mountains. AND! If you act now, you can get not one, not two, but SIX 28-oz “Extreme Survival Warfare” water bottles for the low, low price of $150!

Bakker was a very popular televangelist in the 70’s and 80’s, hosting a show called “The PTL Club” with his then wife Tammy Faye, but a sex scandal and 24 felony fraud charges brought his career to a screeching halt. The good pastor spend five years in federal prison and divorce papers from Tammy Faye.

Now, the televangelist is working on his comeback and hawking his wares to fanatical survivalist Christians:

“Where are you going to go when the world’s on fire? Where are you going to go? This place is for God’s people.”

Jump cut to Bakker’s safe haven cabins in Missouri. Very cinematic, but just in case you aren’t quite sold on the idea, Bakker mentions that NASA research calls his little community outside Branson the “safest place to live in troubled times.” Although, he doesn’t actually tell his viewers where to find that research.

Watch the video below:

And for more read, “Televangelist Jim Bakker calls his Missouri cabins the safest spot for the Apocalypse” written by Kaitlyn Schwers and posted by Belleville News-Democrat on May 5, 2017

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Darreth
Darreth

Bakker is the perfect example of a charlatan. He's also proof that a sucker is born every minute.

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