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11 Responses to Pat Sajak's Bizarre Climate Change Tweet

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11 Responses to Pat Sajak's Bizarre Climate Change Tweet

In 2014, climate change has become a debate for more than politicians, hopeful candidates and scientists.

Game show hosts are getting involved, too, and things are getting strange. 

Pat Sajak, the face of Wheel of Fortune for more than 30 years, took to Twitter late Monday night to not only deny science, but also to declare that you are likely a racist if you think the planet is warming. Alright, then.

The host essentially told his followers he was joking the next day, but the responses kept pouring in and they haven't stopped. Check out 11 responses from environmental advocates, writers, comedians and former Wheel of Fortune viewers.

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