Video: Christian fake faith healer claims to “finish” coronavirus by commanding God to destroy it

Despite differences in religions, fake faith healers who claim to heal the sick through religious belief exist throughout the world.

Despite differences in religions, fake faith healers who claim to heal the sick through religious belief exist throughout the world.

A Christian televangelist scammer Kenneth Copeland, during a recent broadcast, can be seen “finishing” the coronavirus by commanding God to destroy it.

Kenneth Max Copeland is an American author and televangelist. He is known for preaching a messages for prosperity and abundance. As part of his teachings, he calls for donations to his church, with the proposal that parishioners will get the same return on their investment.

Copeland has stirred controversy over his use of donations to finance mansions, private jets, and other lavish purchases.

In his recent YouTube video, the host of the famous political show ‘The David Pakman Show‘  thrashed Copeland for defrauding poor Christians out of money.

Pakman said that Copeland is a lunatic and acts like a crazy person.

The David Pakman Show is a news and political talk show that’s famous for its controversial interviews with religious and political extremists, liberal and conservative politicians, and other guests.

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