As Twitchy reported, the comedian came under heavy fire from atheists after tweeting about faith and the Scriptures. He later deleted the tweets and assured his followers that he would limit his discussions to golf and comedy, but last night, he wrote this:
Plenty of fans want him to stick around just for his golf tweets:
@normmacdonald Please don't. I need your golf play by play when I can't watch live. It's better than the Golf Channel!
— Stephen Beacham (@stephenbeacham) March 21, 2013
@normmacdonald I enjoy your golf commentary.
— Craig Pinhey (@frogspadca) March 21, 2013
@normmacdonald If you quit Twitter, I go back to knowing nothing about golf.
— Case of Base (@caseyjarman) March 21, 2013
And this morning, he’s back to his trademark golf commentary:
But he also earned a great deal of respect from old fans and new for defending the faithful, and they hope he decides to stick around — and say what he feels:
@normmacdonald That would be a shame. You are truly a delight.
— #NeverTrump (@OrwellForks) March 21, 2013
@normmacdonald If you make that choice, you will be greatly missed.
— jon gabriel (@exjon) March 21, 2013
@normmacdonald please don't!
— Austin Horse (@AustinHorse) March 21, 2013
@normmacdonald ŒV: Maybe take some time away, come back if it appeals? You'd be missed.
— The Gormogons (@Gormogons) March 21, 2013
@normmacdonald What?! I just started following you!
— Patricia Heaton (@PatriciaHeaton) March 21, 2013
— el Sooper ن (@SooperMexican) March 21, 2013
@normmacdonald Just say No.
— Jerry Foltz (@JerryFoltzGC) March 21, 2013
@normmacdonald would be a shame, I enjoy your golf coverage, etc. Religion is a personal belief & should not be hated. PC is hateful
— Glenn Waggner (@GlennWaggner) March 21, 2013
Norm, we hope you’ll still speak your mind once in a while. But even if you decide to tweet about nothing but golf, don’t go.
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