MORE TO HOUSE STENOGRAPHER DIANE REIDY'S RANT ABOUT FREEMASONS AND GOD THAN WE ARE TOLD
By Tony Elliott - 5 years 4 months ago
Just as an 11th hour deal had been made in the US House of Representatives to end the standoff to avoid a government shutdown. House stenographer Diane Reidy took the podium and began talking about God and the Freemasons.
In her own words, "He will not be mocked; He will not be mocked… don't touch me… He will not be mocked. The greatest deception here is that this is not one nation under God," Reidy continued. It never was. Had it been… it would not have been… No. It would not have been… the Constitution would not have been written by Free Masons… and go against God. You cannot serve two masters. You cannot serve two masters. Praise be to God, Lord Jesus."
Reidy was taken to a local hospital for evaluation, given her unusual behavior, which many noted was completely out of character for the stenographer. She was also interviewed by police, but no charges are expected to be filed.
The You Tube video can be seen here for now. I suspect it will be removed shortly.
The mainstream media has reported that Reidy was taken to a hospital for evaluation. What we will not hear much about is that she was taken to a mental facility for evaluation.
Reidy has been working in her current position for several years and is well known in government circles.
Since a deal was made to keep the US government going by raising the debt ceiling which essentially means all the bickering over the last two weeks was just theatrics, since supposedly that was what kept them from making a deal in the first place. One wonders what prompted Reidy to speak up at the time she did. Since she is privy to much of what goes on behind the scenes in Washington we must assume that the last 2 weeks of standoff was a smokescreen covering something important that the government did not want the American public aware of.
In any case, there is more to this than just a psychotic moment experienced by someone who had no previous record of similar incidents.