Woman who links energy drinks to Satan warns C-SPAN: God will 'leave this country' over gay marriage
Christine Weick speaks to C-SPAN outside of the U.S. Supreme Court (screen grab)

A conservative activist who became infamous for claiming that Monster Energy drinks were the work of Satan warned C-SPAN host John McArdle this week that God would stop protecting America if same-sex marriage was legalized.


As the U.S. Supreme Court was preparing to hear arguments on marriage equality on Tuesday, McArdle interviewed protester Christine Weick, who was standing outside the courthouse holding a sign that used the Bible to condemn homosexuality.

"I'm here because I have a passion for God's word," she explained. "And I understand we have a situation here where God shows us in the Old Testament an example of nations that go against the word of God."

"I love my God, and I love my country," Weick continued. "And it concerns me that if this goes the wrong way, which is against the Bible, that his hand of protection will be leaving this country, and that scares me."

According to Weick, conservative Christians outside the court who were using loudspeakers to yell at LGBT activists were "like the father in the home, 'Son, you will not do that again.'"

But she said that she was 'like the mom' because she chose to carry a large red sign condemning homosexuality.

Weick asserted that God had given her a "mission" to save "the homosexuals."

"I feel that was something that God laid on me to do, and I'm just obedient," she insisted.

In a video that went viral last year, Weick put forth an elaborate theory about why Monster Energy drinks were a plot from Satan to corrupt the lives of Christians.

More recently, Weick was seen interrupting a Muslim event in Oklahoma by shouting the Lord's Prayer.

Watch the video below from C-SPAN.