Dianne Reidy: The Final Warning! Wake UP!

Dianne Reidy: The Final Warning! Wake UP!.

^^ L.A. Marzulli’s blog

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14 thoughts on “Dianne Reidy: The Final Warning! Wake UP!

  1. Faithfulelect makes a good point…
    “https://lamarzulli.wordpress.com/2013/10/19/dianne-reidy-the-final-warning-wake-up/comment-page-1/#comment-96058″

    quote: ” If she be for us she is not against us. That’s it and that’s all. Remember that one simple thing guys and smile. 80) ”

    Which echoes Christ re: A House Divided…

    Luke 11:23 (Matt 12:30)
    23 He that is not with me is against me: and he that gathereth not with me scattereth.

    Mark 9
    38 And John answered him, saying, Master, we saw one casting out devils in thy name,
    and he followeth not us: and we forbad him, because he followeth not us.
    39 But Jesus said,
    Forbid him not: for there is no man which shall do a miracle in my name,
    that can lightly speak evil of me.
    40 For he that is not against us is on our part.
    41 For whosoever shall give you a cup of water to drink in my name,
    because ye belong to Christ, verily I say unto you, he shall not lose his reward.

    • It’s a good point but don’t forget Acts 16:16-18.

      I’m not saying that’s what happened here.

      For me: The jury is still out on EXACTLY what happened here although I lean sympathetic in her direction.

  2. So far, it looks like what she said on the floor was dubbed over with what she said at the elevator.

    After being taken away from the floor microphone, the audio goes on. That same audio matches exactly with her mouth in the elevator video.

    So the floor audio may be missing yet.

    • It is. We really don’t know what said there or how it was done.

      ” Rep. Ileana Ros-Lehtinen (R-Fla.) banged her gavel and shouted for order as the well-known and liked Reidy as carted out by security officials, still screaming. Ros-Lehtinen told Fox News that Reidy “came up to the podium area beneath where I was standing and asked me if the microphones were on. I said that I didn’t know. I assumed that perhaps I was chatting too much to the helpful parliamentarians around me. Then she suddenly faced the front and said words like ‘Thus spoke the Lord.’ And, ‘This is not the Lord’s work.’”

      Ros-Lehtinen continued, “I hammered to get control and hush her up. She said something about the devil. It was sudden, confusing and heartbreaking. She is normally a gentle soul.””

      ^^ That’s the best intel we have on it so far and it’s peculiar.

  3. If Dianne Reidy is crazy — as so many have concluded — her stenography work is in question!

    That could go back years.

    I wonder if that would invalidate a law due to improper meeting procedures?

  4. Good questions. That C-Span video doesn’t do her a whole lot of favors.

    Last night someone named some Senator or Congressman that the gray/white haired man who says something to her before the cellphone and the nod and now I can’t find that anywhere.

    Do we know who that is? It’s right there at the beginning of the longer C-Span video in the lower right corner.

  5. Rob Bishop was guess.

    “http://willyloman.wordpress.com/2013/10/17/whos-the-grey-haired-guy-who-nods-to-dianne-reidy-to-start-her-serve-two-masters-speech/”

  6. “http://www.reichow.net/chris-reichow/tws-archive/usa-patriot-act”

    Mr. SPECTER. Mr. President, I have sought recognition and asked for

    this reservation of time to express my concerns about the record which

    the Senate is creating so that whatever legislation we pass will pass

    constitutional muster.

    The Supreme Court of the United States has handed down a series of

    decisions in the past decade which question the constitutionality and,

    in fact, invalidate acts of Congress because there has been an

    insufficient record compiled. So I make these statements and review the

    record so far with a view to urging my colleagues to create a record in

    this Chamber, in conference, or wherever that opportunity may present

    itself.

  7. Your honor, let the record show….

    “http://www.ncra.org/News/newsdetail.cfm?ItemNumber=13858”

    “Court reporters and broadcast captioners have the unique skill of translating the spoken word into text to record history, preserve judicial proceedings, assist individuals who are deaf and hard-of-hearing with access to audio communications, and even capture the work of Congress in committees and on the floor of the House and Senate,” Rep. Kind noted. “They are truly the guardians of the record.”

    “http://www.toddolivas.com/court_reporting_articles/What_Is_A_Court_Reporter.asp”

    A court stenographer working in court — aka a court reporter — is actually an officer of the court able to swear in witnesses. The court reporter is typically a state or county official. Gettting appointed as a court reporter is governed by state statute. A court reporter or stenographer is typically appointed by the court as an official court act. This court act then becomes a matter of public record. The court reporter is also a courtroom official under the control of the court and is, thus, subject to its discretion and direction. The court reporter is not under the employment, dominion and control or jurisdiction of the lawyers in a lawsuit. The length of position or the term of office of a court reporter is also regulated by the state’s statutes.

  8. “Does Contracting Compromise the Impartiality of a Court Reporter?”
    “http://www.nals.org/?p=9377”

    ….a court reporter may not “enter into or arrange for any financial relationship that compromises the impartiality of court reporters . . . or that may result in the appearance that the impartiality of a court reporter . . . has been compromised.” One of the highest responsibilities court reporters hold, as officers of the court, is to maintain impartiality.

    An officer of the court is a person employed in specific positions in the legal system. Many people think only judges and attorneys are officers of the court. However, there are many other types of individuals who can be considered officers of the court, such as translators, investigators, bailiffs, court clerks, and court reporters.

    As an officer of the court, a court reporter makes an official record in the presence of a judge, or outside of a judge’s presence. Officers of the court have a duty to be impartial parties. Court reporters are charged with the responsibility of creating an unbiased, true, and accurate record of proceedings.

    • catholic …
      “http://votesmart.org/candidate/political-courage-test/3577/jim-costa/#.UmQ475x0KaQ”

      contributors
      “http://www.opensecrets.org/politicians/contrib.php?cid=N00026341&cycle=2014&type=I&newMem=N&recs=100”

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