Michele Bachmann reached acclaim on the right as an early star of the rising Tea Party. Before quitting due to an ongoing investigation into her campaign finances (as well as looking at a strong contender for her seat), Michele Bachmann spent four terms in Congress. On the left, Bachmann was routinely ridiculed for being one of the most moronic members of Congress—an impressive accomplishment in its own right.
Fast forward to 2018, and Michele Bachmann is reportedly considering a run for Al Franken’s seat in the United States Senate. Not long ago, Bachmann indicated in a radio interview that she was praying on the decision, hoping to get some answers from her god. The local CBS affiliate reports,
‘“The question is: Am I being called to do this now?” she told televangelist Jim Bakker. “I don’t know. I don’t know.”
‘While the former U.S. representative says she could handle the day-to-day demands of the Senate, Bachmann said the current political climate and the financial aspects of running for office pose significant concerns.
‘“There’s a price you pay,” she said. “And the price now is bigger than ever.”’
Reportedly, god has now responded, sending Michele Bachmann a message in the form of a sign. Well, more of a billboard, really:
— Marissa Luna (@rissluna) February 1, 2018
It’s thought to be the work of the satirical website TheGoodLordAbove.com. God addressed the billboard on their official Twitter page with the following post:
BEHOLD! The Lord has spoken.https://t.co/3f37ZAF5wP
— God (@TheGoodGodAbove) February 1, 2018
Users on social media were delighted at the billboard, showing the lack of support Bachmann has for a potential Senate run:
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