The Cult of Fools
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The Cult of Fools

Bizarre Claim: Faith healing will make hospitals obsolete

Healing “laying on of hands” ceremony in the Pentecostal Church of God. Lejunior, Harlan County, Kentucky. 1946

During a recent interview, bonkers QAnon Cultist and Fundamentalist fanatic, Dave Hayes, asserted that a God-orientated health care system should completely replace all doctors and hospitals.

He would very much like to see this happen. He claims that God has told him that this is what God wants to do.




Most humans, regardless of their beliefs or lack of any, are generally decent and honourable. Some abandon all that, toss empathy, integrity, and honesty under the bus and so they end up joining the Cult of Fools. It is almost impossible to distinguish satire from actual claims.

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David Gamble

David Gamble

Blogger and writer with a keen interest is science, skepticism, critical thinking, and many other weird and whacky topics.

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