Which one would that have been?
A US Senator from Iowa held hearings concerning several of these televangelists, the ones who spread the so-called "prosperity gospel." Nothing came of it though and the matter was quietly dropped after several of them opened up their books. Very disappointing. Yet I do not think the government should step in and protect people from these crooks - it's a matter of free speech to me.
They are inherently evil. They say thing are so when they have absolutely no proof of the matter.
They are so easy to imitate. One hand raised clutching a bible and the other a mic walking back and forwards on a dais saying "praise the lord" or some other such drivel and having some stooge yelling out yessir! OK or the like. A bit of organ music and keeping the script in neo Jacobean English.
Total, revolting rubbish. And they are rich con artists.
If it's Benny Hinn, the notorious "faith healer" you might want to start a campaign to have questions posed to him about his investigation by the US Internal Revenue Service (tax collectors), or the US Senate into his, and others of his ilks, fraudulent activities.