The officiant at their marriage was none other than William Jefferson Clinton. He's a crook. But is he a Mooselimb?
Clinton married them? Interesting....somethings just not kosher in all this at all....but would explain further Hillary and Bills close association with the Islamic movement all the more...which is the real background story.
Der imam was AlSO there.
I have been wonderingabout this from the gitgosince clinton is in NO way authorizedto perform marriages, and i just found this:
Clinton had officiated at the wedding of Weiner and Huma Abedin. That led me to wonder: By what authority did he do so? After I posed this question to a colleague last week, said colleague helpfully directed my attention to Article 3, Section 11 of the New York Domestic Relations Law. It allows a wedding to be solemnized by:
1. “A clergyman or minister of any religion, or by the senior leader, or any of the other leaders” of the Ethical Culture society;
2. Mayors and various other local government officials;
3. Federal and state judges and various other judicial officials;
4. Anybody or nobody, so long as there is “a written contract of marriage signed by both parties and at least two witnesses, all of whom shall subscribe the same within this state, stating the place of residence of each of the parties and witnesses and the date and place of marriage, and acknowledged before a judge of a court of record of this state by the parties and witnesses in the manner required for the acknowledgment of a conveyance of real estate to entitle the same to be recorded.”
Three seconds of searching the web turned up a couple of short pieces (here and here) from the time of the Weiner/Abedin nuptials that question Clinton’s authority to conduct marriage ceremonies. They point out—correctly—that being a former President is not a basis for validly solemnizing a wedding in New York State. However, neither piece raises the possibility that the wedding of Weiner and Abedin was solemnized by virtue of sub-provision 4. If so, Clinton’s participation would have been entirely for show—so long as Weiner and Abedin filed the necessary signed and witnessed paperwork and had it properly acknowledged by a judge.