Michele Bachmann blames Americans for not teaching immigrants Christianity


Michele Bachmann teams up with Ann Coulter and Phyllis Schlafy to attack immigrants as the reason for America’s current proportion of liberals to conservatives.

A recent Gallup poll has revealed that 31% of the country considers itself liberal or very liberal when it comes to social issues.  That is the same percentage of Americans who consider themselves conservative or very conservative on the same topics.

This is a vast change from the results Gallup found with the same question in 2009.  At that time, 42% of Americans considered themselves conservative or very conservative on social issues compared to only 27% liberal or very liberal.

And former Republican Congresswoman from Minnesota, Michele Bachmann thinks she knows why: immigration.

In an interview with World Net Daily, Bachmann suggested that as a nation we should lead recent immigrants to “America’s predominant religion:” Christianity.

Conservative pundit and author Ann Coulter, speaking at a forum with Bachmann and conservative activist and author Phyllis Schlafy, took it a step further offering that no more immigrants should be allowed to enter the United States, anyone who breaks the law should be deported, and “assimilate the immigrants already here,” Garth Kant reports.

Coulter expands on these ideas in her new book titled Adios, America: The Left’s Plan to Turn Our Country into a Third World Hellhole.  She also accuses the Democratic Party of trying to create a permanent majority by trying to bring in 30 million new liberal voters.

Schlafy said President Obama is ruining America as he “continues to dilute our standards, our values, our constitutional system and our pro-American population.”  She also said it was ridiculous that we accepted the “Boston Bombers” in as refugees from persecution and gave them welfare handouts.

At the same forum, Bachmann continued her line of reasoning, stating that there is no expectation that immigrants from Third-World Countries learn American culture, including values and norms, and even the English language.


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