Video: Jamie Glazov Defends Michele Bachmann

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Frontpage’s editor Jamie Glazov recently joined Robert Spencer on his show on ABNSat.com to discuss the attacks against Rep. Michele Bachmann and the Unholy Alliance behind them. Dr. Glazov sheds light on the dark forces that engender this kind of vicious attack on a heroic truth-teller. Watch the whole interview below:

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  • http://www.adinakutnicki.com AdinaK

    Jamie knows the score very well. He understands the red/green alliance, and the part they are playing to silence Rep Bachmann. In tandem, they are attempting to create a coup, a United States of Sharia. Sounds fantastical? Yes. Is it doable? Indeed. And once America falls (Israel too) the rest of the west will fall like dominoes.

    IF one knows what part each one plays, one also understands how to deconstruct their talking points and their plans. Here are a few assists to aid the west in this struggle –

    Here is the overall plan, learn its lessons well – http://adinakutnicki.com/2012/07/25/the-muslim-ma

    Once accomplished, the targeting of Bachmann, as she "tattles" on the Muslim Brotherhood Mafia's goals, becomes crystal clear – http://adinakutnicki.com/2012/12/17/u-s-rep-miche

    Next up – http://adinakutnicki.com/2012/07/20/senator-john-

    Then onto – http://adinakutnicki.com/2012/07/16/update-muslim

    Plus so much more….

    Adina kutnicki, Israel – http://adinakutnicki.com/about/

    • WildJew

      Adina, don't forget the Republican leaders who either condemned Bachmann outright or jumped ship on her; Marco Rubio, John McCain, Mike Rogers, John Boehner, et al.

      Did you forget?

      • posse 101

        WildJew,

        i don't recall how Marco Rubio jumped ship on, or condemned her, in any way. please inform. thanks.

        • WildJew

          posse, strangely enough Rubio's comments were not widely reported in the conservative 'alternative' media. Herein lies the problem I've got with "my" side NOT holding our leaders accountable. It was the same with former President Bush. Did you notice in this interview Robert Spencer calls out Speaker John Boehner? How many conservatives have you seen or heard call out Boehner for intimating Michelle Bachmann's work exposing Muslim Brotherhood penetration is "dangerous?"

          In view of the fact that the Right will not expose, condemn or otherwise hold our conservative leaders accountable, I've got to look to the left? How about you? Where do you find conservatives holding our leaders accountable?

          "Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio, a rising star in the party and a potential vice-presidential pick for Mitt Romney, said this morning that he disagreed with Republican Rep. Michele Bachmann’s baseless call to investigate Muslim Brotherhood infiltration in the U.S. government…"
          http://www.salon.com/2012/07/19/rubio_condemns_ba

      • http://www.adinakutnicki.com AdinaK

        WildJew, McCain is given his just desserts herein- http://adinakutnicki.com/2012/07/20/senator-john-
        He is duly exposed.

        Adina Kutnicki, Israel – http://adinakutnicki.com/about/

        • WildJew

          Adina, McCain is an easy target because of his long history of reaching across the isle and supporting left-leaning legislation. Limbaugh routinely attacks John McCain. John Boehner, Marco Rubio, Rep. Mike Rogers, etc., appear to be more difficult leaders for conservatives to criticize. Why is that do you think? Why was former President Bush given a pass by conservative activists for seven years post 9/11? Didn't Bush mislead the American public about Israel (the Jews' historic connection and legal right to settle all of Israel) and Islam, which Bush called a religion of peace? Why was there no criticism of Bush on the right?

          • http://www.adinakutnicki.com AdinaK

            I never let Bush off the hook, and even mentioned his sickening display of hand holding with the potentate from Saudi Arabia…as to Boehner, don't get me started, he is an addled, weepy eyed alcoholic.

            There are a paltry few, even on the Repub side, worth a damn. Bachmann and a few others. That's it.

            Adina Kutnicki, Israel – http://adinakutnicki.com/about/

          • WildJew

            Good. You were one of only few who did not let Bush off the hook.

          • cjk

            I think George Bush decieved me more than any politician ever. I even supported his reelection whole-heartedly at the time. Shortly after that reelection I began to investigate Mohammedanism and my eyes were opened. I now see him as possibly the most deceptive lying figure in American history as concerns many true American patriiots like myself.
            He did at lest as much as Obama is now openly doing but in a sneaky, slimy, manner just when they were vulnerable and needed that help. (spit)

          • JacksonPearson

            G.W. Bush, will never be left off the hook with his mixed messages, and FUBAR quotes, and comments about Arabs and Islam:

            “When I take action, I�m not going to fire a $2 million missile at a $10 empty tent and hit a camel in the butt. It�s going to be decisive.” — George W. Bush, 9/13/01

            “We are not at war with the Afghani people, and we are not at war with Islam, which most Americans respect as a religion of peace.” — George W. Bush, 9/16/01

            “(T)here’s an old poster out West, I recall, that says, ‘Wanted: Dead or Alive.” — George W. Bush on Bin Laden, 9/17/01

            “I can hear you! The rest of the world hears you! And the people who knocked these buildings down will hear all of us soon!” — George W. Bush from the wreckage of the WTC

            “The enemy of America is not our many Muslim friends. It is not our many Arab friends. Our enemy is a radical network of terrorists and every government that supports them.” — George W. Bush, 9/20/01

            Read more here: http://www.rightwingnews.com/quotes/rwns-favorite

            If we're not at war with the Arab world, and in the name of their faux Islam, than exactly who in the hell WHO?

          • cjk

            As far as i'm concerned the infamous, despicable, 'Islam is a religion of peace' statement is the most infamous presidential quote in history made at the most inopportune time and in the most malicious manner possible as far as deceiving the American public is concerned.

          • JacksonPearson

            Yes, what he said was misleading, and untruthful.
            Most, if not all politicians play the PC game, of see, hear, or say no evil.

          • cjk

            Most of all the lie was spread exactly when our enemies needed it most.
            I'm still pissed off over the fact that I believed it at the time.
            That the 'peaceful' 'great religion' was hijacked by 'extremests'……………..all damn lies.

      • Aterg

        Short memory, this our problem. This woman is a moron, uneducated brainwashed and very naive. There is no witchunt against her. Only the truth. It is shamefull she is representing us.

        • Mary Sue

          How so?

        • cjk

          Obviously she ain't representing your ilk.

        • JacksonPearson

          You're the uninformed MORON.
          Rep. Michele Bachmann was 100% correct in sending a letter requesting an investigation of U.S. upper government being infiltrated by the Muslim Brotherhood, including the white house.

          Get some smarts here: http://muslimbrotherhoodinamerica.com/the-course/

          "Notably, six Islamist-sympathizers have achieved positions within or advisory roles serving Team Obama: Special Envoy to the Organization of Islamic Cooperation Rashad Hussein; Deputy Chief of Staff to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton Huma Abedein; Presidential advisor Dalia Mogahed; FBI Citizens Academy graduate Kifah Mustafa; Homeland Security Advisory Committee Member Mohamed Elibiary and Homeland Security Countering Violent Extremism Working Group Member Mohamed Magid.

          The conduct of seven key federal agencies suggests the considerable success of the Muslim Brotherhood in destroying us from within by our own hands – starting with the policies and directives emanating from the Oval Office and elsewhere in the White House complex, and including the priorities and activities of: the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the Departments of State, Justice, Defense and Homeland Security and even NASA."

  • geneww1938

    Pray for Godly people like Bachmann. We have no idea of the threats and attacks they receive on a continuous basis from this evil administration and its supporters.
    Please get to understand the anti-God nature of the Koran and its followers. If they had the power today, they would kill ever person who would not covert to their cult.
    Life is too short and eternity too long to be wrong about God, His Bible, Jesus and salvation.

  • dodo

    Oprah Winfrey describes the 6 stages of sexual predator grooming. The grooming techniques apply to muslim terrorist grooming as well. Are muslim terrorist groomers busy busy in Obamaland, turning troubled inner city folk into hate crazed, sex crazed terrorists? Is the democrat party a criminal grooming operatiion?

    • Mark

      Is the democratic party a criminal grooming operation? Undoubtedly. That's why I call it the Demo-Covet Party. Just get 'em all coveting and everything else falls in line (justifying legal and illegal stealing, murder, murder of reputations (false witness), etc. etc.). Coveting = The Gateway Sin.

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  • Glennd1

    I guess I shouldn't be surprised to find a big chunk of crazy in comments about Michele Bachman. For some reason, I do feel compelled to point out something about Bachman. She's a Dominionist – which is roughly the Christian equivalent of Islamism in the sense that they believe God has given them "Dominion" over the world. They believe in an explicitly Christian govt and society, and many other un-American things. As for her comments on Islamism, while I actually believe much of what she says, she's an awful messenger. She's a freak and believes truly idiotic and inane things about the world. She's allowed to, of course, but rational and intelligent people are also able to point out her own beliefs. Fyi, none of this is in question, there is no doubt she's a Dominionist, or what such folks believe.

    There are many other people willing to stand against Islamism who aren't dingbat fundamentlists. Fyi, all the Jews here should ask where they end up in Bachmans view of the world, I'm amazed that someone who holds such vile beliefs could receive a warm welcome on a site where so many Jews express themselves. Talk about self-hating…

    • B-Dog Cometh

      You sir are stuck on stupid. What you say about Bachman is just your person opinion and is not shown or supported by any facts or examples, so it is purely an ad hominem attack you cooked up. Christians like Bachmann, on the right side of the poltical aisle, are much more supportive of Jews, that is a documented fact and support for Israel is a party plank of the Republican party. The same cannot be said of the people on the left, who (many of them) hate Jews and are constantly working to destroy or undermine Israel.

      • Questions

        Rep. Bachmann is a supporter of Israel (good) and a Christian Dominionist (bad). Which is to say that Glenn is right. She IS an extremist. Her Protestant fundamentalist version isn't as virulent as the Islamic version, but that doesn't mean I have to like it. And in the long run it isn't good for the Jews either.

        By the way, look up the term "ad hominem." Perhaps then you won't be so prone to misusing it.

  • rightwingcanadian

    finally a republican who hasn't lost their spine.

  • randscot

    In a response to a YouTube [of this video] comment:

    True on both points:
    1. Obama is either an atheist (~75% chance) or a Muslim (~24% chance).
    2. Islam is NOT a real religion (ie little morality), but based on domination (ie submission by followers), subservience (ie for Allah, & for others: dhimmi) expansion (globally), & overall is counter to many rights & liberty.

    The Koran &/or Imams' interpretation even has that Muslims can lie & deceive others to favor Islam.

  • mlcblog

    Thank you for this interview.

  • geneww1938

    I wish we had more like Rep. Michele Bachmann in our government. Their (husband and family) lifestyle and convictions speaks volumes.
    It is no wonder that the RINOs, Liberals and Muslims hate her … by her standards we can easily see how evil they are

  • dodo

    I live in Michelle's district, and the corrupt, voter fraudist Al Frankenstein knows that Michelle would make a decent senator.

  • James A. Rhodes

    REPLY TO GLEND1

    Michele was my candidate during the Republican debates. S he was the only one , as far as I can remember who state 3 or 4 positions that we need to take to get the country back on the right track. The rest of it was a Newt Gingrich-Mitt Romney mystical magic show. And she stated her positions with clarity, precision and class.

    As for being a Dominionist…I've never heard of a theological position called Dominionism but I would suppose it might be taken from the reference in Genesis 1:26…And God said,let ius make man in our image and let him have dominion over the fish of the sea, the fouls of the air…etc…But that has nothing to do with pressing one's own religeous beliefs on the rest of the world. I don't know if Glend1 is Jewish or not. Itsoulds like it. If so, she really should do a more torough study of the CREATION ACCOUNT in Genesis. By the way way Michele has lived and worked in Israel and is a big supporter of Israel and the Jewish people. She is not a Fundamentalist, but a member of the Wisconsin Lutheran Synod, which is evangelecal conservative.