Bachmann: ‘I was guided by the holy spirit’ to smear Muslims
Former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann has no regrets about smearing Huma Abedin in particular and Muslims in general.
Bachmann told End Times radio host Jan Markell that she had no regrets about her time in Congress, including how she handled her attacks on what she viewed as “the Muslim Brotherhood infiltration of our government,” “because I knew the information was right and, for me, I was a believer in Jesus Christ, filled with the Holy Spirit. That doesn’t mean that I’m better than anybody else, but the blessing that I had is that I was guided by the still small voice of the Holy Spirit and that’s what I tried to actively listen to. So that’s what I tried to do, is listen to his voice, and it was absolutely, stunningly remarkable how the Holy Spirit literally guided me, almost moment by moment, for each of those years.”
She went on to say that God “called me out of Congress” when she retired in the face of several ethics investigations. “You know how it is when you hear the voice of the Lord and it’s pressing in on your heart, it’s important to obey it and I did.”