President Barack Obama turned a dig from former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) into a glowing review of his presidency at the 2015 White House Correspondents' Dinner. "Just this week, Michele Bachmann actually predicted that I would bring about the biblical end of days," Obama said in his speech Saturday night. Show More Summary
Looks like the Apocalypse to me. Former Rep. Michele Bachmann is very excited that the world may be coming to an end. Iran may be getting the bomb, and gay people are getting married these days, and all of this is wonderful news because...Show More Summary
Well, at least we have a better idea now why Michele Bachmann left Congress. It appears to be because she was training for the pulpit. "We in our lifetimes potentially could see Jesus Christ returning to earth and the Rapture of the church," the Most Reverend Ms. Show More Summary
She may be finished with politics, but that doesn’t mean she’s finished running her mouth. “We need to realize how close this clock is to getting towards the midnight hour,” Michele Bachmann recently warned during an interview with Jan Markell. She was talking, naturally, about gay marriage and Barack Obama, who she is absolutely convinced […]
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-MN) said President Obama is bringing the world to “end times,” TPM reports. Said Bachmann: “We need to cry out to a Holy God. This is coming faster than anyone can see. Barack Obama is intent, [...]
Former congresswoman and one-time presidential hopeful Michele Bachmann says, in a radio interview, that the Rapture is close at hand and it’s because President Obama wants Iran to have nuclear weapons to destroy Israel.
" God is punishing the United States for 'embracing a pagan view.'"
Former U.S Rep. and 2012 Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann is claiming that the "rapture of the church" is looming and will be brought to reality due to the foreign policies of president Barack Obama and added that God will punish the United States for its acceptance of abortion and gay marriage.
Now that Michele Bachmann is retired, having saved America by giving it cheap gas, she has a lot of free time on her hands. And she certainly doesn’t want to spend all of it shopping with Marcus for doggie sunglasses. So she’s been hanging with...Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann is certain the end of the world is nigh – and it’s all President Barack Obama’s fault. The Republican former congresswoman has been giving interviews with Christian broadcaster Jan Markell blaming the president’s Iran policies for the hastening apocalypse, reported Right Wing...
Michele Bachmann predicts the rapture is coming soon, and it’s all President Obama’s fault. According to the Huffington Post, Bachmann blames the soon-to-come rapture on Obama’s policies pertaining to marriage equality and Iran’s nuclear negotiations. Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann thanks Obama for speeding up the onset of the apocalypse. Thanks, Obama.
Like many of her former Republican colleagues in the United States House of Representatives, Michele Bachmann has been openly critical of President Barack Obama and his policies. But Bachmann took her critiques of the president to aShow More Summary
Michele Bachmann says the rapture is coming, thanks to President Barack Obama’s policies on Iran’s nuclear program and marriage equality. In a radio interview last week, Bachmann, the former Minnesota Republican congresswoman, told "End...Show More Summary
In an interview with End Times broadcaster Jan Markell, former Rep. Michele Bachmann went full Bachmann, telling listeners to "not despair but rejoice" that Jesus Christ's return is imminent thanks to Obama's efforts to "ensure that Iran has a nuclear...
In a recent interview with fellow psycho and End Times visionary Jan Martell, former Rep. Michele Bachmann straight-up accuses the president of bringing on the apocalypse. Read more...
"It's just like the Bible forewarned: in the last days it will be like the beginning of birth pangs"
Michele Bachmann’s conservative successor is taking an incremental approach to shrinking the federal government – and his Tea Party backers aren’t happy. The president of the Minnesota Tea Party Alliance, which backed Rep. Tom Emmer (R-MN) in last fall’s election, said he was “very disappointed”...
Unlike in 2012 when such claims were made by Rick Perry, Herman Cain, Michele Bachmann, and Rick Santorum, so far none of the declared GOP presidential candidates have explicitly said that God told them to run for president. That may soon change. Show More Summary
Former congresswoman and 2012 Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann has accused President Barack Obama of being "pro the goals of Islamic jihad," which she explains includes welcoming the "hidden imam" to bring on the apocalypse.