Last week, former Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., accused the U.S. government of “switching sides” in the war on terrorism as a result of the policies of President Obama and Hillary Clinton, saying that the two have been “assisting in jihad” by making sure that “our government was giving arms, giving ammunition and giving training to those who are a part of the Islamic jihad.”
“We used to be about fighting Islamic terrorism and what I saw happen in our government is that it seemed like we were switching modes to almost assisting them,” she said in an interview Friday with Southern Baptist Convention president Ronnie Floyd, who was guest-hosting the Family Research Council’s “Washington Watch” radio program.
Bachmann, a member of Donald Trump’s Evangelical Executive Advisory Board, urged listeners to support Trump — “this is an easy choice to make” — because Obama and Clinton are bringing members of the Muslim Brotherhood into the U.S. government and ignoring terrorist threats.
The former congresswoman and notorious conspiracy theorist said that Clinton has been pushing the agenda of Islamic countries like Saudi Arabia, falsely claiming that she supports international blasphemy codes.
Obama and Clinton, according to Bachmann, are “favoring Islamic law, even here in the United States,” while persecuting American Christians.
She went on to depict Clinton as “a global elitist” who “favors one-world government” and “has been involved in bringing members of the Muslim Brotherhood here into the United States.”