Televangelist and Donald Trump supporter Kenneth Copeland exhibited a bizarre reaction to President-elect Joe Biden's victory in the 2020 election.
Copeland found the media's announcement of Biden's win over the incumbent President incredibly hilarious and laughed maniacally in front of his congregants.
In the footage posted by the progressive group Right Wing Watch, Copeland's followers joined him in his laughter and rose to their feet.
Televangelist Kenneth Copeland laughs at the media for declaring that Joe Biden has won the election and will becom… https://t.co/DvQHjcLmgH— Right Wing Watch (@Right Wing Watch)1604861938.0
Copeland is a co-founder of Kenneth Copeland Ministries and preaches the prosperity gospel – an American Christian movement that convinces followers that faith and donations to religious causes will make them wealthy.
Twitter users were confused over the bonkers display of laughter from Sunday's video.
Some questioned the wealthy televangelist's mental health while others ensured he would not be having the last laugh.
@RightWingWatch I just don't get it. This evangelicals' love for Donald J Trump. He is so far removed from being a… https://t.co/K5wGyWOLlU— I AM JAFO (Just Another F'ing Observer) (@I AM JAFO (Just Another F'ing Observer))1604873424.0
@RightWingWatch Many people will be laughing at Kenneth Copeland when he is arrested for tax evasion.— 𝗙𝗼𝘂𝗿 𝗦𝗲𝗮𝘀𝗼𝗻𝘀 𝗦𝗲𝘄𝗮𝗴𝗲 𝗥𝗲𝗰𝘆𝗰𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴 (@𝗙𝗼𝘂𝗿 𝗦𝗲𝗮𝘀𝗼𝗻𝘀 𝗦𝗲𝘄𝗮𝗴𝗲 𝗥𝗲𝗰𝘆𝗰𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴)1604867121.0
@RightWingWatch Honest question, has he had a brain injury of some type?— Bhoysingreen88🏴🍀🇪🇺🍀🎗🍀 (@Bhoysingreen88🏴🍀🇪🇺🍀🎗🍀)1604870266.0
@RightWingWatch This is bizarre. Please don't lump all Christians with this guy. I go to a megachurch, and this mor… https://t.co/64415mPhQy— Bob Rogers (@Bob Rogers)1604892282.0
@RightWingWatch These people are dangerous and should be removed from having any kind of power.— Victor (@Victor)1604862026.0
@RightWingWatch Seems like a normal and stable person https://t.co/GghuBNJLY5— Oval Office Extraction Team (@Oval Office Extraction Team)1604869662.0
@RightWingWatch If so-called “pastors” are going to be using the pulpit for political propaganda, they should lose… https://t.co/dUKE80pOZC— B L A K E L E Y (@B L A K E L E Y)1604873964.0
@RightWingWatch NOTE: this man does NOT represent those who have spiritual beliefs and understand the Scriptures for what they truly are.— (っ◔◡◔)っ ♥ ManWithDogs ♥ (@(っ◔◡◔)っ ♥ ManWithDogs ♥)1604867284.0
@RightWingWatch For a group of people transfixed on demons and the antichrist, they sure have a hard time spotting… https://t.co/gvTQboltXV— literal vampire potbellied goblin (@literal vampire potbellied goblin)1604862159.0
@RightWingWatch This is how they indoctrinate people. Monkey see. Monkey do. No rational individual would think th… https://t.co/HlbmFwmRlH— Nate Alexander (@Nate Alexander)1604864143.0
@RightWingWatch okay so we all agree that these people are insane, right?— horkheimer🚸 (@horkheimer🚸)1604862029.0
@Jerri_Lynn25 @RightWingWatch That laugh was evil— Sharon Sharp (@Sharon Sharp)1604931893.0
@RightWingWatch These people are beyond parody.— Rev.DeathMetalViking🇺🇸 (@Rev.DeathMetalViking🇺🇸)1604873061.0
@RightWingWatch This mf a movie villain https://t.co/CNmiPaDI0H— JoeL (@JoeL)1604868215.0
Copeland owns a private airport near his mansion in Texas and refuses to fly commercial airlines because he said they are inhabited by "a bunch of demons."
@RightWingWatch Tax him! This is the same man who has serpent like eyes and got a new private jet because “demons fly coach.”— CLW (@CLW)1604862207.0
@RightWingWatch This guy needs to be investigated. He has a massive compound north of Fort Worth with a runway, han… https://t.co/NifLot34qP— 🍑🍑LetsGetThisSenate🍑🍑 (@🍑🍑LetsGetThisSenate🍑🍑)1604882470.0
@RightWingWatch A true man of GOD. Jesus gave everything for us. And this televangelist is profiting off of disin… https://t.co/L0mbk5mrLB— Haley-ICU (@Haley-ICU)1604892086.0
In the midst of the pandemic, Copeland spouted false claims to followers, telling them the pandemic has ended or would end soon and that he could cure them of the disease caused by the viral pathogen.
He also urged those who have lost their jobs during the economic crisis to continue paying tithes to his church.