"We know that the devil is just having his way. And the biggest problem we have right now is this man right here," he continued, pointing to Locke bowing his head behind the pulpit. Weakly added that Locke "is not living up to what a pastor needs to be."
After a brief moment of stunned silence, angry attendees began shouting from the back of the church. Weakley continued speaking, but was quickly interrupted by the church's leader, Pastor Benjamin Blankenship, who ordered him to "get out, get out of here now."
A fight and shouting match continued until Weakley and his family were finally removed from the church.
In another video, Weakley said he and P&P have no plans to cease efforts to evict Locke from the pulpit: "This is what happens when you go out and stand up. Greg Locke understands now that we're not gonna take this lying down. There are folks from Pulpit & Pen all over the place."
"There are some other folks who they're gonna come by and hold these ministries and revivals and stuff. They've shamed the gospel of Jesus Christ, they've shamed the pulpit," Weakley continued. "We can't do anything about their sin or their repentance but as far as the church and holiness in the church, we really need to be on top of it."
Pastor Blankenship responded with several jabs at Weakley and P&P on his Facebook page: "This pious sacrosanct devil is [deluding] himself & his weak-minded followers who sit idly at their computers swallowing up his lies like little birds. He has [publicly] shown that he has a severe spiritual disorder."
"What these heartless people are doing to Pastor Greg Locke isn't Christian, but monstrous," Blankenship wrote. "Frankly, I question their true motives. It's been alleged that much of it is for different reasons and when some of them saw an opening they took it. While many of us are in the public eye to some degree our lives are not their business."
See the altercation for yourself in the video below: