It looks like everybody’s favorite former Minnesota Congresswomen, Michelle Bachman is back. And let’s be honest folks – there’s really nothing good about this, unless you enjoy watching failed politicians squirm when they are pointed out as bold hypocrites.
That’s exactly what happened on CNN recently, when Bachman appeared to offer her support of Donald Trump’s firing of FBI Director, James Comey.
If you were wondering where she stands on the issue, well wonder no more: Bachman is firmly on Trump’s side, and went so far as to say that there is absolutely “zero evidence” of collusion between the Trump campaign/administration and Russia. She said this despite the fact that every single week the mound of evidence continues to grow. In fact, the only person who actually even has the guts to still say there’s “no collusion,” is Donald Trump. But he is a bit of a liar, no?
But let’s get back to the topic at hand.
I have two big points to make. First of all, why the hell would Michelle Bachman know anything about the Trump/Russia investigations? She isn’t even an elected official any more. She has the exact same access to information that you and I do. [Side note: Fox News is NOT a valid source. Just because these hyper-Republican cronies have the right to say whatever the hell they want to, it doesn’t mean that American’s don’t have the responsibility to seek out the truth.]
Second of all, this segment that you’re about to see should go down in history as one of the all-time great exposures of Republican hypocrisy. Ever.
When asked, “Congresswoman, tell me the truth. If Hillary Clinton were to have won – you’re bringing her up, so let’s use this example – if she were to have won the presidency, and she just fired the FBI Director investigating her campaign, how do you think Republicans would be acting…”
Have you ever seen a politician squirm? Are you ready to see a politician squirm? Michelle Bachman is about to squirm, folks…
Watch this… And be a part of The Blue Wave that is going to sweep the corrupt Republicans out of Congress in 2018.