By: Paul Goldberg, Staff Writer

MINNESOTA — Former congresswoman Michelle Bachmann who is commonly referred too as ding bat Bachmann among members of the LGBT community, is considering a comeback tour by running for U.S. Senate from the state of Minnesota, if God says it’s OK.

That’s right, the anti-LGBT activist, former congresswoman and now wannabe TV evangelist and who has attempted twice and failed running for the presidency of the USA, told televangelist Jim Bakker last week that she is considering running for Al Franken’s former seat in 2018 after the senator announced his retirement post his in appropriate conduct scandal for actions he did nearly twenty years ago.

Bachmann said that she is ready to bring her biblical worldview back Washington D.C. “I’ve had people contact me and urge me to run for that Senate seat, and the only reason I would run is to be able to take these principles into the United States Senate,” Bachmman said on The Jim Bakker Show.

“So the question is, am I being called to do this now? she added. She said she believes God called her to run for the 2012 Republican presidential nomination to make the repeal of the Affordable Care Act a signature issue. said Bachmann. “I feel like I was wildly successful … I didn’t win, but I moved the debate,” she said. “So I didn’t shed a tear when I left the contest because I felt like, you know, I fulfilled the calling that God gave me.” said Bachmann.


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