Bernie Sanders: “Religious People” Must Address Climate Change

Ben Wolfgang of The Washington Times reports, “Sen. Bernard Sanders on Tuesday morning made a direct appeal to evangelical voters in South Carolina, repeating his calls for universal health care and free college tuition while also arguing that ‘religious people’ have a moral obligation to fight climate change.” At a prayer breakfast in Columbia, the Democratic Presidential candidate said the people of faith have an obligation to respond to calls for social justice. “As religious people, we have got to receive and understand that we do not have the right to destroy God’s earth,” Sanders said.

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