HBO's John Oliver has no love for televangelists who brag about how much money they have -- think private jets -- and then ask their viewers to "sow their faith" by donating money to the church. And he has even less love for all of it being tax-free.
The particular branch of televangelism Oliver is going after preaches what's called the "prosperity" gospel, where wealth is a sign of God's favor.
Exhibit A Oliver uses to make his case: Popular Texas-based televangelist Kenneth Copeland and his wife Gloria.
"This. Is. A. Preaching Machine!" Kenneth Copeland tells the camera, according to a news report Oliver plays.
(As usual with Oliver, there's some foul language that's not BLEEPed out.)