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Michele “Crazy Eyes” Bachmann Money Begs for Tony Perkins and the FRC Hate Group



I wanted to send you a personal note from FRC friend, former Congresswoman Michele Bachmann. In it she describes FRC’s urgent need, and the extraordinary opportunity we have to match your tax-deductible contribution today. Please take a moment to read it and let FRC hear from you today!

– Tony Perkins, President, FRC


From the Desk of Michele Bachmann

Back when I was serving in Congress, I knew I could always depend on Tony and FRC to help me advance our Christian and conservative principles in Washington, D.C.

And now, as a private citizen and fellow supporter, it’s been exciting to see FRC work closely with President Trump to enact pro-family tax reform, win the confirmation of Justice Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, and secure executive orders to restore religious liberty and protect life.

That’s why I was extremely alarmed when Tony updated me on FRC’s current financial situation — and agreed to write to ask for your renewed support straight away.


You see, the left has been unrelenting in trying to stop the change that Americans approved in last year’s election. The Left has not stopped its attacks on the president or FRC and these attacks have left FRC $1.95 million behind budget. Thankfully, extremely generous FRC donors have stepped up with a $525,000 challenge grant to help meet the need.

The only catch is, FRC needs to raise an additional $525,000 no later than December 31st from friends like you to take advantage of this important opportunity.

Please pray over what amount God would have you send to help FRC meet this matching challenge and address their urgent year-end need.

Thank you so much!


Congresswoman Michele Bachmann (ret.)

P.S. From one faith partner of Family Research Council to another, I urge you to support FRC today.


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