You gentle readers know what Godwin's Law is: the longer an online debate ensues, the likelier that someone will make a Hitler analogy to bolster an argument.
On TBN's “Behind the Scenes” program, recorded in early February, Paul Crouch and his son Matt warned the world that
anyone who takes the “minsitry” to task pretty much has one foot in the grave and the other on a banana peel.
There have been a few fools in the 38, 39 year history, coming up on 40 years. And you know what? Any attempt at stopping TBN,
they have no idea who they're actually pushing into the corner. You and mom get pushed in a corner, God help you. That's a lesson I've learned from you. Seriously.”
A web of lawsuits involving Crouch granddaughter Brittany Koper, a former executive for Trinity,
who has accused the company of illegally funnelling more than $50 million in charitable assets to its board of directors.
Matt, a director at Trinity, started tapping a gun he had brought to a meeting, and asked Koper what she thought would
happen when she wrote a memo to Trinity executives critical of the alleged financial misconduct, according to the lawsuit: