Thursday, October 17, 2013

Masonic "Rant"

All the major news outlets are reporting on Diane Reidy's "rant" about the U.S. Constitution and Freemasonry that took place on the floor of the House of Representatives last night (8-16-13).  As usual, the reportage at tends to be the most pithy, so I'm linking to Paul Joseph Watson's 10-17-13 article entitled "Bizarre 'Freemason' Rant on House Floor During Debt Ceiling Vote."  Here's an excerpt:

"A stenographer staged a bizarre performance on the House floor near the end of the debt ceiling vote last night, ranting about Freemasons before she was quickly dragged away by security guards.

"Moments before House members passed a bill to raise the debt ceiling, a woman later identified as stenographer Diane Reidy approached the microphone at the Speaker’s Lobby in a trance-like state and began to shout.

"'He will not be mocked, don’t touch me, he will not be mocked,' Reidy ranted, adding, 'The greatest deception here is this is not one nation under God, it never was.'

"Officials began to remove Reidy as she screamed, 'It never was, had it been, it would not have been... the Constitution would not have been written by Freemasons, they go against God, you cannot serve two masters.'"

According to ABC News, Reidy was "interviewed by officers before being transported to a hospital 'for evaluation.'"

To read the Infowars coverage, click HERE.

To read the ABC News coverage, click HERE.

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