Sitting or former U.S. Representatives have been elected to the U.S. Senate by Minnesotans in only four of 20 candidacies.
Let's hope we've seen the last of this Koch toady and virulent Islamophobe. The president of the United States is threatening nuclear annihilation on Twitter, and the people of Alabama nearly elected to the U.S. Senate a man who believes...Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann was in many ways the John the Baptist of Trumpism, foretelling his coming and laying the ground of the Crazy to come. With Bachmann back in the news mulling a run for Al Franken’s senate seat, we put together a look at her wildest, most pre-Trumpian Trumpian moments (sub req) that led to today. I’m amazed how much of this insane stuff I’d forgotten about.
Bachmann, a conservative who represented Minnesota in the House from 2007 to 2015, said people have asked her to run for Al Franken's former Senate seat.
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) said over the weekend that she is considering running for Senate.
Bachmann appeared on Jim Bakker’s TV show, which at one point advertised a year of food for $650 to prepare for the impending Rapture.
I've counted 16 lib journos so far tweeting snide mockery of Michele Bachmann for asking God's help in deciding whether to run for Senate. Keep openly mocking people who lean on their faith when making momentous life decisions, geniuses. Marginalize yourselves into oblivion. — Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) January 2, 2018
Former Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann says she is weighing whether or not to run for Al Franken's Senate seat. In an interview last week with a religious TV program, Bachmann said that she's praying on if she should return to Washington at a time when "the swamp is so toxic."... Show More Summary
God previously told her to run for president.
The anti-LGBT former congresswoman and presidential hopeful might run for Al Franken's old seat if she hears the call.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — One-time Republican presidential contender Michele Bachmann says she's considering running for Al Franken's former Senate seat. The former Minnesota congresswoman told televangelist Jim Bakker during his TV show that she's praying about the decision. Franken formally resigned on Tuesday. Show More Summary
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) said over the weekend that she is considering running for Senate. This article originally appeared on HuffPost. Read more...
Michele Bachmann is asking God whether she should run for Al Franken’s senate seat.
Franken formally resigned Tuesday.
The former congresswoman and failed presidential candidate is weighing a return to politics, if God gives her the go-ahead.
One-time Republican presidential contender and former U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann says she's considering a run for Sen. Al Franken's seat. Franken resigned Tuesday after a cloud of sexual misconduct allegations … Click to Continue »
Former Minnesota Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann told the disgraced end-times wacko prophet, Jim Bakker that she's leaving it up to God, if she should run for Al Franken's Senate seat. Right Wing Watch caught this from last week. OnShow More Summary
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) revealed on the Jim Bakker Show that she is currently considering making a run for the U.S. Senate seat that is set to be vacated by Al Franken. Bachmann said that she has “had people [...]
First, the former congresswoman needs heavenly approval.