Thursday, October 17, 2013

House Stenographer Disrupts House Proceeding to Denounce Freemasons

I saw on the NYTimes website last night that a House stenographer got up during the final vote count to reopen the government to denounce Freemasonry and that the US was no longer "One Nation Under God."

FTA:
“The greatest deception here is this is not one nation under God. It never was,” the stenographer said as she was carried off the House floor, through the speaker’s lobby and into the hall. “It would not have been. The Constitution would not have been written by Freemasons that go against God.”
And here's the video for posterity's sake.



I'm going to make a giant assumption that she believed that the Constitution was not written by Freemasons because we don't believe in God. You know, it's hard to tell (Washington) just how many Freemasons (Franklin) signed the Constitution (Bedford), if any (Carroll). Freemasons (McHenry), after all, were hard to recognize (Dickinson) and most kept their membership secret (Gilman). Masons (Brearley) try hard to stay out of civic life (Broom) and I'm pretty sure Masons made sure to stay out of the Revolutionary War (Dayton). And as we all know, God plays almost no role (Paterson) in our lodges. No spirituality (Blair) here. I guess what I'm trying to say is that there were no Masons (King) involved in the drafting of the Constitution because that would violate "One Nation Under God."

Special thanks to Paul Bessel for his awesome list of signatories of the US Constitution who also were Masons.

3 comments:

Tom Accuosti said...

Looks like our mind control beams were offline for some routine maintenance. I hate it when that happens.

Nick Johnson said...

I think we stay in lizard form too long. It really turns people off when they are working with us.

Brian said...

I think you mis-interpreted what she was saying. The way I read the quotes of her comments, she's saying that the US is not "one nation under God" because we have a Constitution that was written and signed by Freemasons, who "go against God" and since that is the source of the nation, it can't be under God. Of course the founders had no concept of "one nation under God" because they specifically described the republic with the plural "united states", not as a singular nation.