In a separate incident, Robertson endorsed Pastor John Weaver on the 1776 Tea Party Meet Up website.
According to Robertson, "John Weaver
is a very knowledgeable Christian leader who presents scriptural basis for Constitutional Rights.
The Constitution is founded on the principal of God and a moral people, without either then the Church and the people of this land will fall victim to an oppressive government." Robertson also used this Meetup site to advertise an August 29, 2009 "family retreat" with Pastor Weaver
in Magnolia, Texas. The site also indicates that Robertson attended that retreat.
, of Fitzgerald, Georgia, has a sprawling set of connections to neo-Confederates and those preaching the so-called Christian Identity doctrine.
He is the former Chaplain in Chief of the Sons of Confederate Veterans. He has spoken at "Christian Identity" gatherings in Branson, Missouri in 1998 and 1999. According to this particular theology, Jews are considered a satanic force (or the incarnation of Satan himself), and people of color are considered less than fully human.
By contrast, the white people of northern Europe are considered racial descendants of the Biblical tribes of Israel, and the United States of America is considered their "promised land;" a theory descended from a theology known as British-Israelism.
particular outlook as a variant of "Dominionism," his
essay, "The Sovereignty of God and Civil Government" was listed in a book catalogue published by the British-Israel World Federation