Televangelists: Last Week Tonight with John Oliver (HBO)

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  • Published on:  Sunday, August 16, 2015
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     57 minutes ago

    The Truth!!!

  • Ricardo Martinez

    Ricardo Martinez

     an hour ago

    The real question is why the choir was composed of all black people?

  • William Dixon

    William Dixon

     an hour ago +1 Here's why Trump should be impeached !

  • neil mac

    neil mac

     2 hours ago

    Trump 2020!

  • NOlmets


     2 hours ago

    This was his best episode. I may not agree with 75% of his political views but he’s hilarious.

  • Jakobi Kornegay James

    Jakobi Kornegay James

     4 hours ago

    You would think they would use the donated money to give to medical organizations for research or to use to help rebuild communities.

  • jsexton54


     5 hours ago

    so if the preacher says that you will be healed if you send him money in the mail, and you are not healed, is that not considered mail fraud? They should be arrested for that !

  • prashams


     6 hours ago

    people from the future will laugh on us.

  • Karissa Taylor

    Karissa Taylor

     6 hours ago

    it’s just a tragedy that the Church is even behaving this way, the Bible says to help the poor & this new generation of evangelicals is just being taken over by GREED . I doubt jets & ski trips were what The Messiah had in mind! Consumer protection should be monitoring these “prosperity Gospel” preachers/ institutions

  • Pam Cagle

    Pam Cagle

     8 hours ago

    Bonnie wheres Clyde? God doesn't need your money!

  • TO NO

    TO NO

     9 hours ago

    In a country where between 40% and 47% of the people have said the creationist explanation for the origin of human life best fits their personal views, is a Trump such a surprise - REALLY!?

  • Dubi Hyena

    Dubi Hyena

     10 hours ago

    this opens on the single greatest line in television history

  • Athanasios Mastrogiannis

    Athanasios Mastrogiannis

     11 hours ago

    teleevangelists must be procecuted by church its self



     11 hours ago +1

    Everyone is talking about the televangelists, but I'm concerned about the gullibility of their audience members. There's like, millions of people around the world who actually listen to these clowns and nod their head in agreement. That scares me the most.

  • Elohim's Servant

    Elohim's Servant

     15 hours ago +1

    Pulpit "pimps" and prosperity preachers make me sick! I'm not a good liar anyways. I couldn't lie to people and steal their money just to line my own pockets.

  • Ulises Hernandez

    Ulises Hernandez

     16 hours ago

    I hate people that think they can tell you that their opinion is better than yours

  • mark vietti

    mark vietti

     16 hours ago +1

    fuck god

  • Janet Burch

    Janet Burch

     18 hours ago

    You are not suppose to be looking for anything back when you give to the church

  • Janet Burch

    Janet Burch

     18 hours ago

    What did he do for his congregation

  • Douglas Roach

    Douglas Roach

     18 hours ago

    Rachel Dratch had me rolling at the end!