Let he who has not been convicted of 24 counts of mail and wire fraud cast the first stone.
Disgraced televangelist and Tasty Pantry Deluxe Plus Bucket salesman Jim Bakker is getting fed up with his critics, especially those who routinely make fun of the self-proclaimed prophet who said the hurricane that recently wrecked Houston and surrounding parts of Texas was a "judgement on America."
"I'm so sick of people saying, well, that prophesy didn't come true!" said Bakker during an episode of "The Jim Bakker Show" highlighted by Right Wing Watch.
He proceeded to discuss how he "got 31 things from God," including a heads-up that 9/11 would occur, and shared that information with people on New Year's Eve 1999.
Jim and Tammy Bakker through the years
Jim and Tammy Bakker through the years
In this file photo from 1986, Tammy Faye Messner, right, poses for a photo with her former husband Jim Bakker. (File Photo/Charlotte Observer/MCT via Getty Images)
In this file photo from 1986, Tammy Faye Messner and former husband Jim Bakker are seen at PTL. Messner died after a long battle with cancer on Friday, July 20, 2007. She was 65. (Photo by File Photo/Charlotte Observer/MCT via Getty Images)
Former televangelists Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, in expensively tailored clothes, standing in the middle of a wheat field. (Photo by Will And Deni Mcintyre/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images)
(Original Caption) Gatlinburg, Tenn: PTL founder Jim Bakker and his wife Tammy Faye are greeted by wellwishers after they attended a scroll signing June 30 to commemorate the bicentennial of the signing of the Constitution.
(Original Caption) Gatlinburg, Tenn.: Jim Bakker, founder of the PTL television ministry and his wife Tammy Faye stand in front of a replica of the Constitution after signing a scroll to commemorate the bicentennial of the signing of the constitution.
(Original Caption) Ft. Mill, S.C.: Supporters crowd around as Jim and Tammy Bakker share a kiss following their return to Ft. Mill. Despite death threats, the Bakkers greeted a small crowd at their new offices near Heritage USA.
(Original Caption) Gatlinburg, Tenn.: Jim and Tammy Bakker listen to the words of supporters during a rally in the driveway of the Bakker's mountain home. The Bakkers prayed and talked with supporters, urging them not to contribute to PTL if they don't want Jerry Falwell there. Bakker also made it clear that he didn't give PTL to Falwell, claiming it was stolen.
(Original Caption) Charlotte, N.C.: PTL founder Jim Bakker, L, his son, Jamie, (C) and wife, Tammy Faye Bakker, greet supporters as they leave federal court in Charlotte. Bakker faces 120 years on 24 counts of fraud and conspiracy, as the case now is in the hands of the jury.
In this file photo from 1988, Tammy Faye Messner and former husband Jim Bakker are pictured together. Messner died after a long battle with cancer on Friday, July 20, 2007. She was 65. (Photo by File Photo/Charlotte Observer/MCT via Getty Images)
In this file photo from 1999, Tammy Faye Messner poses for a photo with her pets. Messner, former wife of television evangelist Jim Bakker, died after a long battle with cancer on Friday, July 20, 2007. She was 65. (Photo by Layne Bailey/Charlotte Observer/MCT via Getty Images)
Huge billboard w. the autographed image of disgraced televangelist James Bakker w. his wife, Tammy (defiled by scornful paint splatters) w. the words, WELCOME BACK JIM & TAMMY/ BRING BACK BAKKERS CLUB sponsored by Best Western Lodge. (Photo by Will Mcintyre/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images)
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With presumably as much taste as one of his 7-pound Fiesta Buckets, which he sells along with numerous other survival-related products on his website, he then showed footage of 2 WTC exploding in fire.
Getting suddenly upset, Bakker shouted, "When God says something to you, you don't always know the exact time it's going to happen! And stop beating up the prophets! Because God says woe unto you when you beat up the prophets."
It's unclear if God told Bakker he'd be incarcerated for nearly five years following accusations of defrauding followers of $158 million.
"If you take time to read this book, you'd realize that everybody in this book talked with God!" he continued, waving a Bible around. "Even Satan and donkeys talked to God! The only ones not talking to God these days are some mean people in America. People who are just 'anti-Christ.'"
Finally, he turned his attention to those Bakker haters "that monitor me every day to try to destroy me."
To them, the man accused of raping his church secretary warned, "One day, you're going to shake your fist in God's face. And you're going to say, 'God, why didn't you warn me?' He's gonna say, 'You sat there and you made fun of Jim Bakker all those years. I warned you, but you didn't listen.'"