Jim Bakker Asks Viewers for Cash to Avoid Bankruptcy After Trying to Sell Fake Coronavirus Cure

Televangelist Jim Bakker said he’s been cut off by credit card companies after he was accused of selling a fake coronavirus cure and asked viewers to send cash or checks or he may have to file for bankruptcy.

“You can’t use credit cards if you do give to our ministry at this time because there’s a situation,” Bakker said on his show this week. He told viewers that the government said, “’You sold products that we didn’t approve of,’ but that’s not what we did.”

Bakker was criticized for selling his “Silver Solution” as a cure for COVID-19 in Fe

bruary and the state of Missouri sued the televangelist last month, accusing him of lying to consumers, The Kansas City Star reports.

New York’s attorney general also sent a cease and desist letter to Bakker demanding he stop marketing the fake cure.

Now, Bakker and his wife and co-host Lori Bakker say their ministry, based outside Branson, Missouri, could face bankruptcy. “SOS, save our station, save our ship, help us stay on the air,” he said this week. “We’re asking people to give an offering, and we need a miracle.”

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SOURCE: The Kansas City Star, Charles Duncan