Former Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann wrapped up a tour through Israel with a renewed drive to convert Jews to Christianity.
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) called for converting as many people as possible to Christianity because Jesus is “coming soon,” The Hill reports. Said Bachmann: “We recognize the shortness of the hour. And that’s why we as a remnant want [...]
Former congresswoman Michele Bachmann likely fancies herself as something of a forward-thinking individual. After all, she seems to ruminate upon the impending end of days with relative confidence, dispensing advice to her spiritual brethren on what will go down when the Big Man Upstairs pulls the proverbial plug on humanity. Show More Summary
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) has an urgent message for Christians everywhere: convert as many people as possible, especially Jews, because Jesus is "coming soon." “We recognize the shortness of the hour," she said in an interview with right-wing radio host Tony Perkins last week. Show More Summary
Former Republican presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann is back and she’s got some big ol’ ideas about converting Jews to Christianity. Read more...
Former Republican Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann is in Israel, where she gave an interview on the radio show of Family Research Council president Tony Perkins. Bachmann said that biblical prophecy is being fulfilled all around her,Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann must know when Jesus is coming back, because she says it’s important that Jews convert quickly. “Almost every article in the paper” has to do with conflicts in Israel, Bachmann said, “and it ties with so much biblical prophecy. This week really was about biblical prophecy in many ways. And we’re seeing as [...]
Of all the broken-braineded local politicking idiot teabagger ladies, Michele “That’s One L” Fiore is our favorite. She’s an assemblywoman in Nevada, and she came onto the scene just as Michele “The other one L” Bachmann was breaking our hearts by leaving Congress. Show More Summary
In late 2011, then-Iowa state Sen. Kent Sorenson had committed to backing Michele Bachmann's presidential campaign in the run-up to the 2012 Iowa caucuses. But Sorenson was getting irritated with Bachmann and felt he owed the Ron Paul campaign something. Show More Summary
The former congresswoman tries her hand at climate "science," while John Kasich cracks a staggeringly sexist joke
The classy former congresswoman Michelle Bachmann schools an insolent leftist antagonist. The university-age man rationalizes Washington enabling nuclear weapons to apocalyptic Iran under his mistaken assumption that the theory of "mutually-assured-destruction" (which deterred Soviet Communists) would apply to apocalyptic Islamists. Show More Summary
It's tempting to dismiss the ex-congresswoman as a fringe figure -- but her thinking is emblematic of the right
Although recently quiet on the anti-gay rhetoric front, apocalypse obsessed former Republican House rep. Michele Bachmann popped up last weekend to attack gay rights activists for bringing god’s retribution on the U.S., reports Right Wing Watch. Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann is still vehemently opposed to same-sex marriage. The former Minnesota rep, who once dismissed the fight for marriage equality as "boring," blasted President Barack Obama's "dangerous policies," including those pertaining...Show More Summary
In continuing with her trend of End Times theorizing, former Republican Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann opined over the weekend that thanks to Planned Parenthood and the legalization of gay marriage, God may soon engulf the United States with fire and brimstone just like he did the biblical towns of Sodom and Gomorrah.
Former presidential candidate and Rep. Michele Bachmann (R) is apparently very envious of Middle Eastern countries because she believes they are “obsessed with end times and bringing about end times” while Americans are overly blasé about it, Right Wing Watch reports. Joining Christian...
I guess in Right Wingnuttia lies are the currency to avoid hard questions about an utter lack of compassion for those in need, or children dying because they have no way to safety. Michele Bachmann demonstrated just how easy it is to...Show More Summary
Republican candidates for President seem unable to shake the habit of making wildly reckless comments about science and public health. Michele Bachmann remains responsible for perhaps the most remarkable of these statements, when, in...Show More Summary
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann live-tweeted the second GOP presidential debate Wednesday, and she didn't disappoint. The congresswoman, who unsuccessfully ran for president in 2012, expressed her opinion of the event as any person would -- with a good, old-fashioned emoji. Show More Summary
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) dismissed charges of sexism over Donald Trump’s comments on women, The Hill reports. Said Bachmann: “I feel like all this kind of stuff is like nonsense.” She added: “The main thing really that really, honestly, [...]