Audience protester ignites spontaneous auctioneering during House hearing
We'll have order in the hearing room, or you'll be asked to leave.
You'll, ma'am, if you'll please take a seat, or we'll have to have you.
Then you'll need to leave.
Please help us Mr.
President before you [UNKNOWN]
What she's saying?
I can't understand her.
[INAUDIBLE] 12 and a half.
17 and a half.
Two and half.
$30 down here.
You got $40, [SOUND] $45 [SOUND] $50.
Have $50 down here-
Officer, will you escort this young lady out, please.
Up two and a half, now five.
[SOUND] Up two and a half, now 75, $80.
[SOUND] 85, 90, at $100 and a quarter, one and a quarter.
One and a half, 175, to two, two and a quarter.
At two and half, 75, three, 300, at three and a a quarter.
At three and a quarter, now half, 75, 400.
four four and a quarter four and a half we're selling a cell phone there four and a quarter four and a half at four and a half four seventy five five and a quarter five and a half I yield back.
somehow I think our auctioneer in residence is going to get tweeted about today
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