This was not some agenda driven nut (e. g. Code Pink) who snuck in to get their 15 minutes of fame but a respected House stenographer of 20 years. She’s in a position to know how things really work and what really goes on in the hallowed halls of the government.
Is there something to her pointing the finger at the Freemasons? If you have done any research into politics and secret societies at all you have some idea as to the magnitude of their influence.
Just check out the Supreme Court appointments since Woodrow Wilson and you will see the Freemasons have actually determined the course of US policies in the most important issues.
A Freemason dominated Court gave us abortion, took prayer out of schools, etc.. It looks as though they are trying to destroy the nation with these rulings doesn’t it?
The Freemasons are so secret even they don’t know who is really behind them…look to the Jesuits and their ‘counter-reformation’…!
The unholy trinity of the Jesuits, the freemasons, and the Illuminati are the evil behind todays chaotic world system. They are the servants of Lucifer!
Oct 16, 2013 10:48pm
A House stenographer was pulled out of the House chamber while shouting into the microphone during Wednesday’s vote on a compromise bill to end the government shutdown and raise the debt limit.
The woman was Dianne Reidy, an official reporter with the Office of the Clerk, two sources told ABC News.
She was heard shouting “the House is divided,” according to one source. She was pulled off the rostrum by chamber security staff.
“He will not be mocked,” the woman said, according to an audio recording of the incident posted online by Public Radio International reporter Todd Zwillich. “This is not one nation under God. It never was.”
“The greatest deception here is this is not one nation under god! It never was. Had it been, it would not have been! The Constitution would not have been written by Freemasons!” she added.
The incident caused a moment of chaos in the chamber as the presiding member, Rep. Ileana Ros Lehtinen, R-Fla., repeatedly banged the gavel, trying to restore order.
According to the Washington Post, Rep. Gerry Connolly, D-Va., expressed “sympathy” for the stenographer “because something clearly happened there.”
Reporters and onlookers documented the incident in a series of confused tweets: