US Senate Seal

A red Phrygian cap is depicted on the seal of the U.S. Senate. It’s significant that the Jesuits (jewish catholics) and Freemasons (jewish cabalists) were allied in designing much of Washington D.C. Phrygian caps were given to freed slaves (in the Roman Empire) to show the world their liberated status. However, Roman law stated that this freedom could be revoked at any time for any cause. In other words, their liberty was given as a privilege, not as an inherent inalienable right.