Christian Woman Records Herself Losing It Over Marriage Equality, Gets Remixed

Christian Woman Records Herself Losing It Over Marriage Equality, Gets Remixed

64-year-old Ellettsville, Ind., Christian housewife Becky Wegner Rommel induced an explosion of laughs throughout the internet after a video she recorded of herself having a monumental meltdown over marriage equality was posted to her Facebook page and began going viral.

 “God says that marriage is between a man and a woman … I don’t care if you think I’m judging you,” Rommel screams into her cellphone camera before she fires off a string of incoherent Islamophobic comments to complement her homophobic hysteria. “Jesus Christ, not Mohammad, OK. It’s just like these Islamic extremeless — extremists — OK? They’re not just extremists. They’re Islamic! President Obama, Islamic! Extremeless!”

However, Queerty reports the attention Rommel received from her viral rant caused the “Christian” to delete her Facebook page Thursday, but not before one studious soul was able to copy the video and upload it to YouTube.

But the crazy train hasn’t stopped there.

Internet satirical character Mrs. Betty Bowers, “America’s Best Christian” (played by comedian Deven Green), has shared a new video of Rommel remixed to perfection with another woman whose reaction to all things “darksided” became an internet sensation of its own a few years ago.

“The video I shared this morning of a hysterical (literally) demonstration of Christianity on cocktails has, in a novel moment of clarity, been removed by the woman who recorded it. Which is why Jesus tapped me on my perfectly tailored shoulder earlier and said, ‘Grab that crazy while you can,’” Bowers wrote on her Facebook page. “For your viewing pleasure: My two favorite ladies of poise, proselytizing and pronunciation.”

Enjoy the fireworks and watch Rommel’s original rant, followed by Bowers’s remix, below. 

 
Poise, Proselytizing and Pronunciation

The video I shared this morning of a hysterical (literally) demonstration of Christianity on cocktails has, in a novel moment of clarity, been removed by the woman who recorded it. Which is why Jesus tapped me on my perfectly tailored shoulder earlier and said, “Grab that crazy while you can.” For your viewing pleasure: My two favorite ladies of poise, proselytizing and pronunciation.

Posted by Mrs. Betty Bowers, America's Best Christian on Thursday, July 2, 2015

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