|This Sunday, do the Hoo Ba Ba Kanda with |
televangelist/scammer Robert Tilton!
Time to get some gospel, some spiritual nourishment, and get closer to God.
For most Christians, that means going to church, hearing from a kindly and holy priest or preacher and learning ways to live the good life and be a good person.
For an unlucky few, there's televangelist scammers like Robert Tilton, a so-called "prosperity preacher" who convinces the gullible to send him lots of money and that will in turn make them rich because God will smile on them and shower them with money.
Yeah, I know, I don't get that either, but what do I know?
Of course Tilton has been in trouble repeatedly for his scams, but he always seems to manage to rebuild his scamming operations and rake in more dough from true believers who really ought to be believing through perhaps a more traditional church.
One that gives them spiritual guidance, not one that rakes them over the financial coals.
But if you can't stop Tilton, at least you can ridicule him.
That happened over the summer, when John Oliver hilariously skewered him on HBO's "Last Week Tonight" in which Oliver set up a new church, Our Lady of Perpetual Exemption, to "test the legal and financial limits ofwhat religious entities are able to do."
Now we have some a new video which is awesome. Somebody named Pogo who is really music producer and remix artist Nick Bertke, tortured himsef with clips of Tilton for hours and came up with this hilarious dance track of Tilton and his antics.
Hat tip to Boingboing for giving this to us this for our Sunday supplication. Soon, everyone will be doing the Hoo Ba Ba Kanda!