House Stenographer: The Constitution Was Written By The ‘Freemasons’


Dianne Foster Reidy, stenographer for the House of Representatives in Washington, DC, told to the floor: “He will not be mocked, don’t touch me, he will not be mocked. . . The greatest deception here is this is not one nation under God, it never was.”

A quick assumption by some, concerning this story, was the question of whether Reidy was the name of the person who spoke on the House floor.

The name Holly Eskridge was mentioned because of a solicitation found concerning the Office of the Clerk of the US House of Representatives.

However, a quick search for Holly Eskridge turns up “no results found”.

Curiously enough, so does a search for the name Dianne Foster Reidy.

As security dragged Reidy away, she said: “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. Praise be God, Lord Jesus Christ.”

Reports stated that Reidy had a crazed look, and that “it was very disturbing for members of Congress.”

Other witnesses said Reidy suddenly no longer appeared friendly, and displayed body language as if in a trance-like state before the outburst.

Reidy had held her position as a stenographer for the House Office of the Clerk for 2 decades and had an exemplary record.

The official story is that Reidy walked to the podium and asked if the microphone were on before her comments to the House.


House Representative Illeana Ros-Lehtinen, who tried to shut Reidy up by slamming the gavel down several times, commented: “I hammered to get control and hush her up. She said something about the devil. It was sudden, confusing and heartbreaking. She is normally a gentle soul.”

Reidy was taken to a hospital for psychiatric evaluation following her statements on the House floor, according to  Shennell S. Antrobus, officer of the Capitol Police Department (CPD).

A statement from Reidy  to the  mainstream media (MSM) has surfaced, explaining why she made her statements.

According to the statement attributed to Reidy: “For the past 2 and 1/2 weeks, the Holy Spirit has been waking me up in the middle of the night and preparing me (through my reluctance and doubt) to deliver a message in the House Chamber. That is what I did last night.”

The statement goes on to claim that the Holy Spirit woke her up from sleep to say: “I’m not actually sure. Ha ha, I guess all words sound sort of crazy, like, what even is a “table”? Like, why do those letters in that order mean that thing over there? [Points to nightstand table]. It’s so nuts! Maybe in a different language or on a different planet, people say “I’m so tired” by saying, “He will not be mocked. He will not be mocked—don’t touch me—he will not be mocked. The greatest deception here is this is not one nation under God. It never was . . . the Constitution would not have been written by the Freemasons. They go against God,” you know?”

Based on this statement, MSM are now mocking Reidy publically in an effort to divert attention from what she said to the official story concerning Reidy’s credibility and religious faith.

Reidy’s statement that the US Constitution was written by Freemasons has historical backing.

While in France, from 1779 to 1781, publisher Benjamin Franklin was the Grand Master of the Freemasonic Les Neuf Soeurs Lodge.
At this time, Franklin met Thomas Paine, a young Englishman who was expounding on the streets of France at the very beginning of the French revolution.

Franklin convinced Paine to write his philosophy of freedom. This ideology is known as Common Sense .

Franklin was integral to Paine’s arrival in the 13 colonies that were rife with frustration directed at the British government for unfair taxation and treatment by the occupying British soldiers.

Common Sense is directly mentioned as the inspiration for the Declaration of Independence.

This historical fact validates Reidy’s comments on the House floor; and also justifies the control system that seeks to demonize Americans that speak out about these facts.

video was leaked onto YouTube that showed the inside of a lecture room wherein the presenter was discussing how the US Armed Forces are currently experimenting with vaccines that can control human behavior; specifically religious fundamental tendencies.

According to a highly-circulated video, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is training their agents that the Founding Fathers were terrorists who began a war against their British benefactors. The intimation is that those Americans today that agree with this mindset are potential terrorists.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has released a paper, published by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism (START) explains that an American that adheres to the “extreme right-wing” ideology is a “potential terrorist”.

The document states: “Extreme Right-Wing: groups that believe that one’s personal and/or national ‘way of life’ is under attack and is either already lost or that the threat is imminent (for some the threat is from a specific ethnic, racial, or religious group), and believe in the need to be prepared for an attack either by participating in paramilitary preparations and training or survivalism. Groups may also be fiercely nationalistic (as opposed to universal and international in orientation), anti-global, suspicious of centralized federal authority, reverent of individual liberty, and believe in conspiracy theories that involve grave threat to national sovereignty and/or personal liberty.”

The philosophy that creates the extreme right-wing terrorist is religion. Indeed: “Religious: groups that seek to smite the purported enemies of God and other evildoers, impose strict religious tenets or laws on society (fundamentalists), forcibly insert religion into the political sphere (e.g., those who seek to politicize religion, such as Christian Reconstructionists and Islamists), and/or bring about Armageddon (apocalyptic millenarian cults; 2010: 17).

For example, Jewish Direct Action, Mormon extremist, Jamaat-al-Fuqra, and Covenant, Sword and the Arm of the Lord (CSA) are included in this category.”

Conversely, the other side of the pendulum – “left-wing extremists” could be just as dangerous. The paper states: “Extreme Left-Wing: groups that want to bring about change through violent revolution rather than through established political processes. This category also includes secular left-wing groups that rely heavily on terrorism to overthrow the capitalist system and either establish “a dictatorship of the proletariat” (Marxist-Leninists) or, much more rarely, a decentralized, non-hierarchical political system (anarchists).”

At a recent US Army Reserve Equal Opportunity training seminar entitled, “Extremism and Extremist Organizations” white supremacist groups were coupled with the Muslim Brotherhood, the entire nation of Islam and evangelical Christians.

As numbers of followers continue to grow in America, those conducting the talk distributed materials that correlate all religious groups as potentially dangers to the current administration – as well as orthodox Jews and explained how these extremist organizations must be remedied.

By stating that the Christian faith and foundational belief system is comparable to Shariah law is an elaboration that “every religion has some followers that believe that their beliefs, customs and traditions are the only ‘right way’ and that all others practicing their faith the ‘wrong way.”

It is a constant of the Obama administration that patriots/constitutionalists/evangelicals are labeled as extremists who must be dealt with before they enact centralized terrorism against the American public.