Cackling like a demented banshee, televangelist Kenneth Copeland laughs while showing off his new $3 million private jet.
In a deplorable demonstration of the moral depravity associated with the prosperity gospel, televangelist Kenneth Copeland brags about purchasing a new Gulfstream V private jet valued at over $3 million.
In a video meant for his followers, a cackling Copeland looks into the camera and declares:
This is a big deal, this is a big plane.
The laughing televangelist continues:
Are you looking at this? Hey, are you seeing this? I hope so — you bought it, you and Jesus.
This is not the first luxury private jet for the televangelist. In fact, Copeland owns his own private airport to house his fleet of aircraft.
Previously, Copeland tried to justify his love for and use of private jets, claiming that he had to fly in luxury private jets because flying commercial in this “dope filled world” means flying with “demons.”
No surprise, the prosperity gospel preacher is also a big supporter of President Donald Trump, and campaigned vigorously for Trump during the 2016 election season.
During the campaign Copeland tried to bully Christians into voting for Trump, warning Christians that they would be “guilty of murder” if they don’t vote for Trump.
Copeland warned Christians that bad things would happen if they didn’t vote for Trump, and that those who did not support Trump would be responsible for “every baby that’s aborted,” declaring:
You’re going to be guilty of murder. You’re going to be guilty of an abomination of God. You’re going to be guilty of every baby that’s aborted from this election forward.
This is God’s nation and nobody is going to take it away from Him! No man, no woman, no Democrat, no Republican, no socialist, no communist, can take this nation away from God! I don’t know what it is about that you can’t understand, but I’m telling you right now God Almighty is head of this nation, not people! Jesus of Nazareth is lord over the United States!
In addition to hustling gullible rubes for cash and campaigning for dishonorable politicians, Copeland also claims to have some medical skills. In 2014 the shameless televangelist claimed he could cure Ebola by speaking in tongues.
Bottom line: Televangelist Kenneth Copeland gives thanks to Jesus while giggling with glee as he shows off his new $3 million private jet paid for by donations from gullible rubes.
And so it goes.