The husband of House stenographer Dianne Reidy, Dan, is making the rounds of the wingnut websites and radio shows defending his wife and talking about how God spoke through her. He found a receptive audience in the thoroughly deranged Rick Wiles, who thinks she’s a prophet:
Reidy: She shared with me when she actually stepped up to the podium that she didn’t know what she was going to say; that those words that came out were what she prayed ‘Lord, I’m your vessel, you speak through me.’ So her belief is, and my belief is, is that those words came from God. It’s not He coached her, she memorized the words or anything like that. In fact, afterwards, I don’t think she even remembered what she said … She was like, I was just the vessel that God was speaking through and it wasn’t for me to know what I said, it was for who was hearing it…
Wiles: I believe God gave a prophetic utterance through your wife. I believe it was an utterance from the Holy Spirit, a very, very solemn, a very severe prophetic warning to the people of the United States.
Reidy: Yes, I agree with you. She was prepared for it and she gave it and as a scribe does, they’re all about words and He gave her the words and she recorded the words or spoke the words and she feels her job is done.
Her job may indeed be done, though not in that way. Wiles then went on an incoherent rant about the Freemasons, the Illuminati, the TSA and how the impending destruction of America was all planned from the start. He says the Constitution was written by Freemasons and that the Freemasons are part of a conspiracy to destroy the Constitutional republic that they established.