The former congresswoman, who despises the United Nations, will now preach to people there on behalf of a Christian Right ministry.
Kyle Mantyla reports at Right Wing Watch: Former Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann was a guest on Jan Markell’s “Understanding The Times” radio program again last weekend, where she claimed that a hotline set up by the city of...Show More Summary
It's not surprising that former Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is defending Donald Trump. What's surprising to me is how she's defending him.
“He is unashamed in standing up for increasing an awareness of God in the United States. He recognizes how important that is and that that is a basis of Western civilization. As a believer in Jesus Christ, I could not be more happy with...Show More Summary
The former congresswoman claimed people stand by Trump when it comes to immigration.
The Pioneer Press reports: The first thing to understand about President Donald Trump, former Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann said Wednesday, is that the billionaire president is a normal person. “He is quite honestly one of...Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann suggested a Muslim police officer shot a yoga teacher in Minnesota because he was angry the woman was wearing pajamas in public. The former Republican congresswoman spoke for about 45 minutes Tuesday night before a Republican gubernatorial forum in Waconia, where she praised...
A group of anti-LGBTQ evangelical leaders including former Rep. Michelle Bachmann, visited Donald Trump in the Oval Office on Monday and laid hands on the president. Such an honor to pray within the Oval Office for @POTUS & @VP. pic.twitter.com/…...Show More Summary
A Republican former lawmaker who suggested Obama supported Islamic State militants and urged voters to take up arms over a proposed energy tax is now blaming Comedy Central and a Shakespeare play for the shootings of two GOP congressmen. Michele Bachmann — who called on her constituents to...
“I’m not going to be portrayed this way by the left-wing media. I’m not going to let the left-wing media frame me in some way that is going to be damaging to me."What Michele Bachmann said, as remembered/paraphrased by Chris Buck, the...Show More Summary
On August 11, 2011, Newsweek ran a photograph of Congresswoman, GOP presidential candidate, and tea party darling Michele Bachmann that ignited a media firestorm. The image taken on assignment by Chris Buck earned her the nickname, “Crazy Eyes” and marked a turning point as she went from leading candidate for the Republican presidential nomination to […]
Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann has linked President Trump's surprising election victory to the issue of transgender bathroom use. Read more...
The president has claimed he's a friend to LGBT people, but Bachmann claims God has other plans.
President Donald Trump’s 2016 election victory caught much of the world by surprise, but Michele Bachmann believes it was divine intervention. In an April 1 interview on the conservative radio program, “Understanding the Times with Jan...Show More Summary
While speaking last week on the Last Days radio program Understanding the Times with Jan Markell, former GOP Rep. Michele Bachmann linked political advocacy on the left with the rise of the Anti-Christ. Bachmann said that Donald Trump's...Show More Summary
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann hasn't gotten any more sensible since leaving office.
From World Net Daily: Instead of stepping out of the picture, as have most former presidents, Obama has set up a sort of shadow government to protect his legacy and undermine Trump. And former U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., isShow More Summary
Saying, “I think most Americans haven’t even heard of this story yet,” former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-MN) said that the FBI listening in on President Donald Trump’s staffers talking to Russians during the 2016 campaign is “worse than Watergate.” Speaking with USA...
Former Minnesota congresswoman and Tea Party darling Michele Bachmann may no longer grab headlines for her wacky floor speeches, but that doesn't mean federal elections officials have forgotten about her -- or the more than $1 million in campaign cash they say is now mysteriously missing. Show More Summary
In a three-month span, the former Tea Party congresswoman's committee had more than $1 million disappear. Former Minnesota congresswoman and Tea Party darling Michele Bachmann may no longer grab headlines for her wacky floor speeches,...Show More Summary