Please don’t knock on our door


Former Rep. Michele 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 to more sexual assaults in America.

Oh, Batshit Bachmann, I’ve missed you so!


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During the program, Sam Rohrer, the president of APN and a former Pennsylvania GOP lawmaker, asked Bachmann about a recent article in The Daily Beast reporting that Trump’s long history of unrepentant sexism is creating a gender divide within the evangelical community, especially in the wake of the release of a recording in which the GOP presidential nominee is heard bragging about sexually assaulting women.

Bachmann, of course, dismissed the report, saying that it is nothing more than lies funded by George Soros to divide the evangelical community for the benefit of Clinton.


Rohrer agreed, saying that the effort to turn Christian women away from Trump is really a satanic effort to “divide Christian evangelical homes,” which prompted Bachmann to declare that “this is an effort by Hillary Clinton supporters and George Soros, through Sojourners and other so-called Christian organizations, to divide us. […]”


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12 responses to “Please don’t knock on our door

  1. Batshit Bachmann was called in at the last minute. There was originally another co-star.

  2. Oh gawd. That video of Rudy and the Donald….

  3. Friend of the court

    Bat Shit Bachman and Rudy the Deluded, . With Trump, they are both. too old

  4. the loony tic

    another masterpiece & i love the word ‘victim-y.’ lol!

    • Thanks loony!

      You know that’s what the Sniffy McSniffypants campaign is going to do–paint them as phonies just acting like victims looking for attention. They already have the surrogates going on TV and dismissing these women on one hand and twisting their hankies over how seriously they take sexual assault on the other. Meanwhile, more women are coming out.

  5. AUUUUUUGGGH! I am ashamed to admit that I am a Christian. 😦

    • You don’t need to be ashamed, my dear Eleanor. You have more goodness in one little finger than the whole lot of them have combined. If they are bible-thumping that loudly, it’s because they don’t want you to hear what they are doing.