As the House of Representatives was voting to end the government shutdown Wednesday evening, a long-time stenographer named Diane Reidy suddenly walked to the podium and had a religion-fueled outburst that stunned those who were there.
“He will not be mocked. He will not be mocked- don’t touch me- He will not be mocked,” she said.
“The greatest deception here is this is not one nation under God. It never was. Had it been it would not have been. It would not have been.”
“The Constitution would not have been written by Freemasons. They go against God. You cannot serve two masters. You cannot serve two masters. Praise be to God. Lord Jesus Christ. Praise be to Jesus.”
Reidy had to be removed from the room and taken to an elevator. She also reportedly received a mental evaluation.
Watch and hear it below, uploaded from Youtube.
Fox and Friends discussed the incident this morning and read some select emails that support their viewpoint to their audience. One of those emails suggested that Reidy was delivering a message from God.
Fox host Steve Doocy read the email, purportedly from a minister, who wrote this, as told by Doocy.
“It was not a mental episode, what she was doing was known as an exercise of the gifts of the spirit where she brought a warning and a message from God regarding the activity.”
Doocy then read a second email. “Amazingly, this religious and obviously sweet lady gets fed up and speaks her mind, something we all have tried to do. She brings up our dear Lord and she gets a mental evaluation? I think it should be the other way around.”
No doubt that Doocy was trying to paint a picture that involves evil Obamacare and God trying to stop it through Reidy. If you look around the internet this morning, there are many comments from religious types suggesting that very thing.
“Who knows?” said Fox host Elisabeth Hasselbeck. “Maybe she just saw something that didn’t seem right and mounting frustrations and tensions brought it out of her.”
Watch it below, uploaded from Youtube.