Newly elected Speaker of the House, Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La., responded to liberals and those in the media trashing him for his Christian faith Tuesday. Johnson, an Evangelical Christian who has proudly invoked his faith in God and claimed the Bible is his ‘worldview’ since being elected as the new Speaker, responded to MSNBC host Jen Psaki, HBO host Bill Maher and others who trashed him for his faith, saying the attacks don’t bother him.
‘If you truly believe in the Bible’s commands, and you seek to follow those, it’s impossible to be a hateful person, because the greatest command in the Bible is that you love God with everything you had, and you love your neighbor as yourself,’ he said.
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