Does Newt Gingrich Wear a Masonic Lapel Pin?

Gingrich wearing a strange lapel pin in the CNN GOP debates.

During the CNN GOP presidential candidate debate on November 22nd, viewers spotted an unusual lapel worn by Newt Gingrich.

If you look closely at the picture above, you can see a pin resembling the same one Masonic members use. Here is a picture of a Masonic pin for reference:

Could it be that Gingrich, a presidential runner-up who could one day become the leader of the world’s most powerful nation, is a Freemason member?


One thought on “Does Newt Gingrich Wear a Masonic Lapel Pin?

  1. Gina 12/19/2011, 12:20 pm:

    Course he wears a masonic lapel pin. The masons have owned US politics ever since the American Revolution. That doesn't mean the founders were bad since the masons didn't get messed up until in between the American and French revolutions (did it there to pave way for Napoleon) but it set an unfortunate precedent much uglier than George's two terms only — the masons have the highest influence in US politics, which means that the people who control them (ie the illuminati) can control America when we vote for them. As was the case with Dubya, and look where that got us, recession and war. All things that dictators are good at "rescuing" people from but it needs to continue longer, so Obama toed the line for a bit and they're going to pass it on to another of their cronies. Why do you think the media promotes Newt? They're all in this together.