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House Stenographer Says Holy Spirit Moved Her to Shout, ‘God Will Not Be Mocked’

from Tru News:

A stenographer from the House of Representatives was forcibly removed from the floor Wednesday evening during the vote to end the partial government shutdown and raise the debt ceiling after an odd outburst.

Dianne Reidy, 48, made her way to the Speaker’s Chair while the vote was taking place, “ranting about God, Free Masons and the inability of the nation to serve two members,” The Washington Times reports.

“Praise be to God,” she said. “He will not be mocked, He will not be mocked. Don’t touch me. He will not be mocked.”

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6 comments to House Stenographer Says Holy Spirit Moved Her to Shout, ‘God Will Not Be Mocked’

  • glitter 1

    During times where a rightous man can not be found to stand up to speak or act,the Lord God will use a rightous woman.

  • karate kid

    you see the congress pushes their homo and abortion agenda
    they want to destroy the church

    their is no other reason when you call evil good and good evil

    you are the worst sinner

    the church wasn’t perfect
    but what youll end up with is real hell on earth

    she was a hero the pukes in government must really think their not going to hell
    yes they are and will serve their master their as well as here

    we are doomed it will take a miracle to save America

  • Isaac

    I have no reason to doubt the existence of the Holy Spirit, nor do I consider her explanation to be beyond the realm of possibility.

    Another explanation (beside being mentally unbalanced) is that her behavior may very well have been due to government (black op) technology which enables them to pinpoint a SPECIFIC target, and through the use of electronic waves, implant voices and/other messages in that target’s head, and/or put them into a trance state where they speak or act in a pre-designed manner. Don’t laugh, such technology DOES exists.

    If it were the latter, I don’t know why they would choose a message that, essentially, mocks themselves. Perhaps because they realize there are enough naysayers out there who would pass her off as just another wacko and who would not take her or the message seriously anyway. In other words, no harm done to the government technocracy.

    Then again, if in were the Holy Spirit as she claims, she’s still going to be looked at by many as a wacko, so either way, she won’t be taken seriously. Because the average moron doesn’t believe in the Holy Spirit OR the technology I speak of.

    For those who are open-minded to the existence of such technology, the website below delves into it, and more, in extreme detail.

  • messianicdruid

    The Holy Spirit needs no technology; keep it simple.

    Warnings come to those with eyes to see and ears to hear. To fools all things contain at least a small element of foolishness.

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