Conservative reporter: Worshipping Jesus 'doesn't mean I have to care about global warming'
On Wednesday, conservative pundit Erick Erickson tweeted about how his religious beliefs impact his stance on global warming:
"I worship Jesus, not Mother Earth," he wrote. "He calls us all to be good stewards of the planet, but doesn't mean I have to care about global warming."
Erickson's comment sparked controversy on the site, receiving over 3,000 replies.
Here are some reactions:
He later claimed that "pro-abortion secularists" were questioning his faith because of his views:
Erickson was called "the most powerful conservative in America" by The Atlantic in 2015.