Michele Bachmann Claims Voting For Hillary Will Lead to a Rise in Sexual Assaults

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Michele Bachmann, a Minnesota Republican and former congresswoman, has said that voting for Hillary Clinton in November will lead to more sexual assaults. According to Bachmann’s opinion, the Democrats are using Trump’s comments about women–and now sexual assaults–to make women vote for Clinton. But she says if they do, the country would apparently become way worse for women.

“I believe that Hillary Clinton will set a standard in this country that will lead to more sexual assaults against women because she will be setting an anti-biblical agenda,” she said in a radio interview on Tuesday on the Christian show “Stand In The Gap.”

When asked about a report that states that the recent revelations about Trump’s behavior in the past have created a gender divide among voters, she said it was made up of lies, and was a conspiracy theory funded by George Soros. She also claimed that Trump’s alleged assaults were nothing in comparison to Bill Clinton’s past actions, and accused him of criminally assaulting women.

Bachmann’s recent statements about Trump in the wake of the 2005 audio recording of Trump have left many people upset…

…and some just speechless.

The man who interviewed Bachmann, Sam Rohrer, agreed that trying to make women vote for anyone else than Trump is a satanic effort to divide Evangelical homes. Bachmann also said:

This is an effort by Hillary Clinton supporters and George Soros, through Sojourners and other so-called Christian organizations, to divide us. These are lies and we, as Christians, need to recognize that this is a lie and a deception and we need to wake up and resist these lies

Michele Bachmann used to run a gay conversion center with her husband in Minnesota and has previously made headlines with bizarre statements like claiming that the Lion King is gay propaganda, that visiting Iraq was like to going to the Mall of America because there was marble and water everywhere, and that God picked Donald Trump to be the Republican nominee.

Emma Von Zeipel
Emma Von Zeipel is a staff writer at Law Street Media. She is originally from one of the islands of Stockholm, Sweden. After working for Democratic Voice of Burma in Thailand, she ended up in New York City. She has a BA in journalism from Stockholm University and is passionate about human rights, good books, horses, and European chocolate. Contact Emma at EVonZeipel@LawStreetMedia.com.



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