Michele Bachmann, Witness To History: Photo Of The Day
Her epic gaffe about mass murderer John Wayne Gacy reminded us yet again that Michele Bachmann has a legendary grasp of U.S. history.
Here's the presidential candidate who says the Revolutionary War started in New Hampshire, for example. And that John Quincy Adams was a Founding Father, and blacks have always been treated the same as whites.
And now we know where she learned all this: She was a witness to all this history!
Bachmann crossed the Delaware with George Washington, she watched the signing of the Declaration of Independence, she was even on the bus the Rosa Parks refused to give up her seat.
And we have photographic evidence. Check out this slideshow.
Bachmann on board with George Washington.
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