Televangelist Jim Bakker brought out buckets of food on sale for $175, but refuses to donate his ‘Survival Food’ for flood victims.
Jim Bakker is pitching emergency buckets of ‘survival food’, argued that “this flood is from God, it’s a ,” He added that Mother Nature’s violent outbursts are “judgment on America, somehow.”
Bakker use end-of-days scenario as part of a sales pitch to sell his buckets of instant apocalypse food.
The End Times prepper pastor Bakker claims that the former mayor of Houston “ordered all the preachers to turn in their sermons before they preached them.” He added “Just remember, God gets the last word. God gets the last word. Be not deceived, God is not mocked.”
In 1989 Bakker was convicted on 24 felony counts of mail and wire fraud and sentenced to 45 years in federal prison. In 1996 over 160,000 former Praise The Lord Club members filed a class action suit over time-shares they had purchased for a Heritage USA luxury resort that was never built. The suit was dismissed and today Bakker sells End Times food buckets to the similarly gullible.