Former Iowa state senator was sentenced to 15 months for a scheme which saw him changing his endorsement from Michele Bachmann To Ron Paul just before the 2012 Republican Caucus in Iowa, and collecting a cool $73,000 in the process.Show More Summary
Michelle Bachmann is not holding back as she talks about the role of Barack Obama in Hillary Clinton’s corruption. She seems to think a pardon for Hillary Clinton will be
Bachmann agrees with Family Research Council President Tony Perkins that Trump should remove from the State Department anyone who supports LGBTQ rights.
Former Rep. Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) said the State Department has been pushing an “evil” gay agenda on other countries. And that, she added, could come to an end during Donald Trump’s presidency. Speaking to Family Research Council...Show More Summary
Former Rep. Michelle Bachmann sat down with Family Research Council hate group leader Tony Perkins to talk about how excited she is that Donald Trump will soon remove President Obama’s “evil” gay rights agenda, Right Wing Watch repo… Read The post Michele Bachmann Can’t Wait for Trump to Reverse Obama’s ‘Evil’ Gay Rights Agenda: LISTEN appeared first on Towleroad.
Brian Tashman reports at Right Wing Watch: Yesterday, ex-Rep. Michele Bachmann appeared on Family Research Council President Tony Perkins’ “Washington Watch” radio show to discuss President-elect Donald Trump’s incoming administration, and in particular Perkins’ call for Trump to purge LGBT rights supporters from the State Department. Show More Summary
My better half Driftglass shared this with me this morning: Q: Why does Iowa keep sending Steve King to Congress? A: Because Michele Bachmann won't move there. Steve King was on MSNBC this morning for some reason, and his reasoning is a wacky as ever. Show More Summary
How did Donald Trump win the election? Was it lack of voter turnout among Democrats? People who voted for a third party candidate? A lack of outreach to the Rust Belt states? Poor polling leading to bad planning?Nope! The apparent answer...Show More Summary
Michele Bachmann last night pointed to a graph produced by the New York Times that shows when the race began breaking for Donald Trump and said it was because, at that moment, at 8:30 pm, she and her followers began praying. Said Bachmann” “We… Read The post Michele Bachmann Says Race Broke for Trump When She Began Praying Last Night: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
During a live election broadcast for the Kenneth Copeland Ministries, former Republican Congresswoman Michele Bachmann gave credit to God for Donald Trump's stunning victory in the presidential election.
Earlier this week, former Representative Michele Bachmann stopped by a Christian radio program to discuss the latest developments in God's campaign for Donald Trump.
According to Crazy Eyes, White Jesus totally directed the FBI to those emails on Huma Abedin’s computer. Kyle Mantyla has the quote at Right Wing Watch: “I think so many people have been praying and fasting and I think God is revealing...Show More Summary
Kyle Mantyla reports at Right Wing Watch: On recent episodes of his “Life Today” program, televangelist James Robison has been airing portions of a gathering that he hosted featuring dozens of Religious Right pastors and activists urging conservative Christians to vote in the upcoming election. Show More Summary
Click here for reuse options! Michelle Bachmann and other nutjobs put their insane spin on recent sexual assault revelations. The Trump tantrum continued escalating all week—with Donald calling the women who have accused him of groping...Show More Summary
Florida Pastor Paula White, former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann and National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference President the Rev. Samuel Rodriguez are among the signatories of an open letter demanding that Hillary Clinton apologize for the "Christophobic" rhetoric found in emails among campaign staffers.
Former congresswoman Michele Bachmann (R-Minn.) is warning Christians that if they don’t vote for Donald Trump, the country will experience a wave of sexual assaults. In an interview with the American Pastors Network’s “Stand In TheShow More Summary
Former Congresswomen Michele Bachmann says if Hillary Clinton is elected there will be more sexual assaults against women. …Bachmann appeared on the American Pastors Network’s “Stand In The Gap” radio program yesterday, where she warned conservative Christians not to buy into the “lies” about Donald Trump because electing Hillary Clinton as president will only lead [...]
Former Minnesota Rep. Michelle Bachmann (R) cautioned this week that Christians needed to “wake up” and vote for Donald Trump because electing Hillary Clinton would “lead to even more sexual assaults against women.” In Tuesday radio interview that was obtained by Right Wing...
Kyle Mantyla reports at Right Wing Watch: Trump may have made “crude” remarks, but that pales in comparison to what Bill Clinton has done, Bachmann argued, which was to “criminally assault women” and for which he has “never paid theShow More Summary
On Saturday, Michele Bachmann suggested that Hillary Clinton's campaign was somehow involved in the release of a 2005 tape in which Donald Trump can be heard making sexually inappropriate comments about women, notes CNN. The former congresswoman...Show More Summary