Pat Robertson, a well-known representative of conservative Christianity, passed away at home on June 8. Subsequently, many people who believe Henry Kissinger to be equally as controversial as Robertson are suggesting that Kissinger should have passed by now.

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Robertson, who was well-known for his long-running talk program The 700 Club, acted as a mentor for many generations of conservative Christians. However, Pat frequently found himself in controversies that he had sparked with his actions and words. As a result, although many people mourned his passing, others rejoiced in it. Henry Kissinger’s demise is likely to evoke the same reaction from people as can be seen in social media interactions.

Social media went into a frenzy with conflicting opinions on his death. One Twitterati commented, “We need a new category, as in: Trending – Very Old Person Dead, but not Kissinger Pat Robertson,” while another said, “You’d think but his pact with a demon continues.”

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However, a lot of people were offended why such comments and wishes for Kissinger to die, with one social media user posting, “I think it’s funny that all of you people who are happy about Pat Robertson dying and are wishing death on Henry Kissinger and blasting Christianity for hate spreading. It’s hysterical that you are oblivious to your own hate spreading and hypocrisy.”

A second user said, “What a vile and disgusting comment, but what else can people expect from the deviant left?” while a third one commented, “Karma will find you, it won’t be kind.”

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A fourth Twitterati quoted Anthony Bourdain saying, “Once you’ve been to Cambodia, you’ll never stop wanting to beat Kissinger to death with your bare hands. Witness what he did in Cambodia and you will never understand why he’s not sitting in the dock at The Hague next to Milošević.”