We could use a common sense conservative voice from Minnesota in the Senate. Nothing could be better than filling the vacancy of Al Franken with a real conservative.
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Former U.S. representative Michele Bachmann recently announced on a televangelist’s show that she is mulling a run for Al Franken’s U.S. Senate seat. Franken officially resigned Tuesday over allegations of sexual misconduct that emerged in late 2017.
… Last week, Bachmann told televangelist Jim Bakker that she fears she will be unfairly attacked by Washington insiders because “the swamp is so toxic.”
“My husband and I aren’t money people. And that’s the thing. We’re normal. . . . If you’re a billionaire, you can maybe defend yourself. We’re not money people. You know, you can have frivolous lawsuits filed against you all the time, and then what do you do?” Bachmann said on the show.
“It is really tough if you are going against the tide in D.C. — if you are trying to stand for biblical principles in D.C. and you stick your head up out of the hole, the blades come roaring and they come to chop you off,” she said.
“The question is, am I being called to do this now?” she said. “I don’t know.”
She could certainly help the president drain the swamp.
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