• Michele Bachmann Has a Lady Ninja

    Turns out future President of the United States Michele Bachmann is fierce in more than just the Tyra Banks/drag queen sense of the word. Lately, Team Bachmann has been throwing literal elbows in the face of the Satanic media.

    First, the Fabulous Bachmann Boys put their hands all over ABC News reporter Brian Ross when he asked questions about her migraines. Next, CNN anchor and new Indecision BFF Don Lemon got shoved into a dang golf cart by Marcus Bachmann, who apparently doesn't get enough chances to play rough with handsome men in private. But it doesn't stop at Bachmann's boys.

    Even her "advance woman" is getting into the shove game!

    Jodie Newell, an Australian photographer who shoots for her own company, Newell Media, said the female advance staffer had demanded she put her camera away outside a recent Bachmann event in Indianola, Iowa, despite the fact that she was standing in an open parking lot, after she didn’t immediately produce her credentials.

    Newell, a conservative who earlier had Bachmann sign a placard and wished her well, said the staffer told her, "We’ve been told on the radio to look out for you."

    "I had no idea what she was talking about," she said, adding that the staffer refused to identify herself.

    Politico also mentions another incident in which the same tough gal forcefully pushed down an Iowa journalist's video camera.

    Jeez, how long before Bachmann's campaign stops deteriorate into some kind of crazy scene from Kill Bill, with her yellow-suited lady ninja of death swinging a katana at every hapless J-School grad in sight? (Please don't let it be too long. This is awesome!)

    Stay tuned to Indecision for more coverage of Bachmann-on-journo atrocities as this story unfolds.

    Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images News/Getty Images


    Tags: ABC, CNN, Don Lemon, Marcus Bachmann, Michele Bachmann, Primaries, Republicans

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