Former Rep Michele Bachmann Says Muslim Migration Is Actually A “Planned Invasion”

[Source: Susan Walsh/AP]
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Former-House Representative Michele Bachmann (R-MN) has some choice words for Muslim migration. In a poignant interview with Understanding The Times host Jan Markell, Bachmann made some excellent comments on the issue of Muslim “migration.” According to Bachmann, this so-called migration is actually an invasion. According to her, these migrants are all headed toward Western, Christian societies for a reason.

In the 2016 interview, the former Congresswoman explains some 80 percent of Europe-bound migrants are adult-male Muslims from radicalized nations.

“This clearly is an invasion. This is a planned invasion—not only in Europe but also in the United States,” Bachmann stated.

“I believe for the specific purpose of destroying Western Christendom, because that has been the strength of the world, economically, but also the strength of the world in terms of leadership—the nations that are known as Western Christendom,” she added.

To further illustrate her point, Bachmann referenced data from The Gatestone Institute. While it is fairly well known that German Chancellor Angela Merkel brought 1.1 million Muslim migrants into Germany during 2015, many people don’t realize France has many more Muslim migrants than Germany. In fact, the institute’s data avails Muslims now make up 10 percent of France’s people. At 6.5 million in 2015, France was home to the largest population of Muslims in the entire European Union. Speaking of the multiple terror attacks in France, Bachmann commented, “All year long, it’s been Islamic jihad 24/7, terrorist blood-bath attacks 24/7.”

As the Congresswoman cautioned, this turf war isn’t going to end in Europe; it’s already spreading to the United States. Michele Bachmann added the more migrants we bring into the US, and the more Islamic sympathizers we have, the bigger this problem is going to get.

 

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