The Pardoner stated stated in the Pardoners Prologue, "Radix malorum est cupiditas..."(Chaucer line 8) Means that the love for money is the root for all evil
The Pardoner stated in the Pardoners Prologue, "And thus I preach against the very vice I make my living out of avarice" (Chaucer line 23 )
The Pardoner stated in the tale, "There came a privy thief, they call him Death,Who kills us all round here, and in a breath He speared him through the heart, he never stirred.And then Death went his way without a word" (Chaucer lines 72-75).
The Pardoner stated in the tale, "This cursed fellow grabbed into his handThe box of poison and away he ranInto a neighboring street, and found a manWho lent him three large bottles. He withdrewAnd deftly poured the poison into two." (Chaucer lines 269-273)
The Pardoners stated in the tale, "Why make a sermon of it? Why waste breath? Exactly in the way they’d planned his death They fell on him and slew him, two to one" (Chaucer lines 280-282)
The Pardoner stated in the tale, "“Now for a drink. ..... And, as it happened, reaching for a sup, He took a bottle full of poison up And drank; and his companion, nothing loth, Drank from it also, and they perished both." (Chaucer lines 284-289)