#1 The message was delivered, but was it received? by Rev 21.10.2013 14:03


The message was delivered, but was it received?

By Doug Hagmann (Bio and Archives) Monday, October 21, 2013

Following the vote to suspend the debt ceiling last Wednesday night, 48 year-old Dianne Reidy, a floor stenographer for the U.S. House of Representatives for the last 8 years, surprised everyone when she briefly but unexpectedly took over the microphone on the House floor at about 10:00 pm.

C-Span footage shows her calmly walking to the dais where she began making statements about God, the founding of the United States, our Constitution, and the influence that Freemasonry played in the founding of our country. She warned House members that they could not serve two masters and that God will not be mocked. Unsurprisingly, Mrs. Reidy was whisked from the dais and ultimately taken to George Washington University Hospital for “mental evaluation.” She was released after about two hours of evaluation.

The media, including nearly all conservative and even Christian reporters, columnists and pundits who even bothered to cover the story, portrayed Diane Reidy as someone who suffered a humiliating and very public mental breakdown. They used patronizing language and empathetic inflection usually reserved for the most fragile mental patients, attributing her actions to long hours and stress. They have not only dismissed the actions of Diane Reidy, but dismissed her message as well, even as they continue to decry the state of our nation.

Obviously they did not pay attention to her message, nor did they listen to the interview of her husband by Rick Wiles of TruNews the next day. Mr. Reidy revealed critical details about events that led to her actions on the House floor, providing important context not just to her actions, but to the content of her message.

The message

To be clear, let’s examine the words spoken by Diane Reidy into the microphone. The following is the text of her message, compiled from two separate audio sources:

“God will not be mocked. The greatest deception here is this is not one nation under God. 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. They go against God. You cannot serve two masters. You cannot serve two masters. Praise be to God, the Lord Jesus Christ. Praise forever.”

So, that was her message, or as much as she was able to get out before being forcibly removed by two members of the House security detail.

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#2 RE: The message was delivered, but was it received? by PzLdr 21.10.2013 19:35


Since I'm not a believer, not by me.

#3 RE: The message was delivered, but was it received? by Sanguine 21.10.2013 19:49

I'm not a believer in a masonic conspiracy, but willing to accept that Mrs. Reidy did deliver an inspired message to us.

PzLdr, it could be due to her increasing concern by what she has seen recently in the House. We believers tend to see God in such things; you may not. However the warning may be real.

#4 RE: The message was delivered, but was it received? by ThirstyMan 21.10.2013 20:39


While I have sympathy for anyone who speaks out against what we're going through, she was out of line in what she did, believer or not.

What she said didn't seem coherent enough to me to make an impact either.

I assume it'll cost her her job if she continues to state she did this on purpose.

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