God Says 'No' to Michele Bachmann's Potential Senate Bid in Billboard

God has a plan for Michele Bachmann and a senate race is not a part of it, at least according to a Minnesota billboard.

A billboard appeared in St. Paul, just as thousands of people are descending on the state for the 2018 Super Bowl, with the Almighty Himself addressing Bachmann's Senate ambitions with one word: "NO."


I shall give Michele Bachmann a sign!https://t.co/SR6L1QoAEi

— God (@thegoodgodabove) January 23, 2018

The board appears to be referencing the former congresswoman's announcement that she was considering running for Al Franken's Senate seat in Minnesota following his resignation this month. Franken stepped down after accusations of sexual misconduct against him came to light.

The billboard belongs to the satire news website, The Good Lord Above. The site raised $7,000 on fundraising site YouCaring for the billboard, which it announced on Twitter on January 23.

"Michele Bachmann is thinking about running for Senate in Minnesota," the fundraising post says. "She has been praying on it. Let's give her an answer from God! That answer is NO."

Minnesota Lieutenant Governor Tina Smith took over Franken's Senate spot and she plans on officially running for the seat in the upcoming election.

But Bachmann told televangelist Jim Bakker in December that people have been reaching out to her to take the seat.

"Am I being called to this now?" she asked. "I don't know."

Bachmann, who was a member of Congress representing Minnesota from 2007 to 2015, has said the only reason she would take the role would be to take her conservative principles to the Senate.

"The question is should it be me?" she said. Should it be now? But there's also a price you pay. And the price is bigger than ever because the swamp is so toxic."

Billboard currently outside our office...who did this? 🙌🏽 #mnsen #mnleg pic.twitter.com/JK1xD4wVQ9

— Marissa Luna (@rissluna) February 1, 2018

Bachmann has often spoken out about her conservative beliefs and her faith in God. She has said that God led her to run for Congress and that God helped President Donald Trump win the election to fight against transgender rights.

"This was in the supernatural where God sovereignly, I believe, answered the prayers of believers beseeching him, and he's given us a reprieve," she said on a conservative radio broadcast.