Televangelist Pat Robertson has weighed in on the controversy surrounding the resignation of Brendan Eich as CEO of Mozilla.

Eich lasted less than two weeks as CEO of Mozilla, stepping down Thursday over a $1,000 donation to the campaign to approve Proposition 8, California's 2008 voter-approved constitutional amendment restricting marriage to heterosexual couples. Proposition 8 stood until last year, when the Supreme Court left in place a lower court ruling knocking it down.

(Related: Brendan Eich steps down as Mozilla CEO over past support for Proposition 8.)

“Here this man at Mozilla, Eich, had given $1,000 about six or seven years ago - $1,000 – to a proposition,” Robertson told The 700 Club viewers on Monday. “[H]e's been forced out by gay activists, who said that was hate speech to say that the union between a man and a woman is marriage – that's hate speech.”

“Well, the Bible then is full of hate. If that's the way it is, and God almighty is a hater. You … if that's the way they want to define it. And I, of course, don't agree.”

Robertson joins a growing chorus of conservatives outraged by Eich's decision to step down as CEO, including Rush Limbaugh, who denounced “fascism on the left, Glenn Beck, who accused gay rights groups of “becoming terrorist organizations,” George Will, who called gay rights activists “sore winners”, and Newt Gingrich, who blamed the “new fascism.”