You know that zany birther who had the nerve to interrupt Thursday's Congressional reading of the Constitution?
She is 48-year-old Theresa Cao of New York. She was arrested on charges of unlawful conduct, disruption of Congress.
Cao was processed at Capitol Police headquarters and released. No doubt, we will probably being hearing more about her.
But I ran across something regarding Ms. Cao that I find very interesting. The first part of the video clip below is her talking and as you can see... well I will let her appearance and words speak for themselves.
But after she is done talking (or probably before then because she does drone on), I recommend that you fast forward to 3:50 of the video. Apparently Ms. Cao made an appearance at a religious right rally. And not just any rally, but the failed May Day 2010 rally held for the purpose of Lifting The Curse That Obama's Election Has Brought Upon America.
The rally was put on by Janet Porter, who became infamous after her prayer that God give Christians like herself control of the media.
Needless to say, the rally failed miserably, costing over $70,000 to hold and organizers expected attendance to reach over 8,000. However, only 300 people showing up.
But that's not to say it wasn't fun to watch. Our favorite homophobe, Peter LaBarbera was there to deliver an anti-gay prayer and as the video shows, Cao was there delivering her best "black woman catching the Holy Ghost" dance behind some of the speakers. Then she decides to take the microphone and do what can only be termed as a bad imitation of Joan Jett. And then things get very interesting with her passing out from a "trance dance."
The only thing I can say is that there seems to be a short connection between rabid homophobia, Obama Derangement Syndrome, religious zealotry, and sheer lunacy.
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