Pat Robertson, a renowned broadcaster and religious leader, has passed away at the age of 93
Robertson played a significant role in making religion central to Republican Party politics, leaving a lasting impact on American conservatism
He founded the Christian Broadcasting Network (CBN) in 1960, using television as a powerful medium to spread his religious and political beliefs
Robertson also established the influential Christian Coalition, an organization dedicated to mobilizing conservative Christians for political engagement.
Throughout his career, Robertson made headlines for his controversial statements, often sparking debates and discussions on various social and political issues.
Beyond politics, Robertson was involved in philanthropy and humanitarian work, founding Operation Blessing International to provide disaster relief and aid to those in need.
In 1988, Robertson made a bid for the Republican presidential nomination, becoming a prominent figure in national politics
Pat Robertson leaves behind a legacy of combining media, religion, and politics, impacting the landscape of American conservatism and shaping the intersection of faith and public life