Melissa Melton caught What Everyone Else seems to have missed: House Stenographer Audio is NOT from House Floor, but @ Elevator!Submitted by AnCapMercenary on Sun, 10/20/2013 - 20:03
What Really Happened When the House Stenographer Was Pulled Off the Floor?
Published on Oct 19, 2013
Because the mainstream media isn't telling.
Following weeks of bizarreness coming out of D.C., now we have this. The House stenographer was pulled off the floor after an outburst (story on that here: http://truthstreammedia.com/outburst-as-senate-deal-passes-t...).
It's weird because the mainstream media dubbed the part of the outburst that happened after she was already pulled off the floor and standing near the elevators over the part where she's up at the dias podium, leaving the majority of TV viewers thinking that's what she actually said up there (even though you can hear the elevator ding as she's being pulled off the floor...obvious boo boo there, mainstream media).
Weirder still, most mainstream media sources only show the vid once she's at the podium. Check out the full video on C-SPAN where a guy says something to her, nods, THEN she gets up almost robotically and goes to the podium and as she's yelling, that guy isn't even looking up at her but it would appear he's texting somebody... mission accomplished? But to what end?
By Melissa Melton on October 18, 2013
Image Art by Melissa Melton
UPDATE: See Video. Very strange situation here indeed. Fox News obviously dubbed the stenographer’s voice over the video of her being dragged out of the house…so what did she actually say at the podium??
(via The Daily Sheeple)
After weeks of Washington weirdness during the government shutdown, news of yet another bizarre moment coming from D.C.
As the House voted to pass the Senate deal at the last possible minute to temporarily keep the government afloat for a little while longer, The New York Times reports it was accompanied by a bizarre outburst from the floor stenographer:
According to members who witnessed the incident, the stenographer, who many lawmakers and aides said they recognized, got up on the dais in the front of the chamber and began shouting (click here to listen). At first, lawmakers and aides thought she was a protester, and the presiding member used the gavel to try to bring the House back to order.
“The greatest deception here is this is not one nation under God. It never was,” the stenographer said as she was carried off the House floor, through the speaker’s lobby and into the hall. “It would not have been. The Constitution would not have been written by Freemasons that go against God.”