Skip to comments.Exclusive: Eloped? Elizabeth Warren's Parents Married in Religious Ceremony (Just can't stop lying)
Posted on 06/01/2012 11:13:58 AM PDT by servo1969
Last night, in an interview with the Boston Globe, Elizabeth Warren claimed that her parents were forced to elope because her fathers family objected to her mothers Native American heritage:
"In the 1930s, when my parents got married, these were hard issues, Warren said. My fathers family so objected to my mothers Native American heritage that my mother told me they had to elope. [emphasis added]
Breitbart News has obtained a copy of what it believes to be Warrens' parents marriage certificate from Hughes County, Oklahoma, dated January 4, 1932. The marriage took place in Holdenville, Oklahoma, the county seat, located approximately 14 miles from Wetumpka, Oklahoma, which both the 21-year-old groom, Donald J. Herring, and 19-year-old bride, Pauline Reed, declared as their residence.
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This is another lie to give her cover for using a false Indian status to gain benefits.
Sometimes I think when a person lies so much for decades at a time the lies become the truth in one’s own mind.
Maybe Warren honestly can’t keep her lies and truth straight any longer.
Or maybe she’s just a b*tch.
Tha marriage license was applied for on Jan 2, 1932 and the marriage took place on Jan 4,1932, so no, no elopement.
Hey Lizzie!!! YOU LIE!!!!
I don’t know when it started, but back around ‘75 I was herded into a classroom in high school with about a dozen other kids of “native extraction.” I’m twice the Cherokee that Ms. Warren claims to be(and a lot more blonde.) She’s one of the folks that saw a cheaper, easier way to get a college education, and took advantage. If it’s biting her in the ass, fine. But it’s really shining a light on affirmative action. .
I’m starting to think she’s pathological, in which case the hits should keep on coming.
Jon Lovitz - Mr Lovitz - please pick up the white courtesy phone...
Herded into a classroom, yes... and then what?
It would be easy enough to check the local newspaper. It should have the announcement and everyone who attended.
I don’t think she’s a pathological liar. I think she’s just so arrogant that if she keeps lying, people will eventually believe her, because she’s a “superior” person.
THIS is a SICK woman, but a perfect Democrat.
Well, as I recall, we filled out some papers...most of the other kids didn’t know what tribe they were descended from or how to spell the tribes’ names. I helped with that. I’d gone to school with most of them for several years and considered them to be about half bright, so I never had anything to do with the program again. My impressions were that we were being groomed for “special treatment.”
Well, even as a kid, I never cottoned to any kind of "Sonderbehandlung," and would have been sorely tempted to ask the school officials according to what criteria ("high cheekbones," anyone?) the administration had selected me for such a "debriefing."
And as far as coming from different nations or tribes: Wouldn't the children of a particular school district probably all hail from the same nearby tribes?
Well...I remember a couple of Seminoles(this is in Oregon) and I’m part Cherokee. To your first point, some of the kids didn’t know the name of their tribe. “They’re in Florida.” was as close as they got. I think it was all about steering us to a new guidance counselor with experience and zeal for promoting “native Americans” on a fast track to college admission...affirmative action. Wouldn’t be surprised if the whole thing was NEA initiated.
I'm sure the announcements were made in smoke signals. Arrogant paleface. :)
I am a genealogist, and I can tell you that most small towns in Oklahoma posted their wedding notices in the newspaper during that time. Any Freepers in that area have access to any libraries that have microfilm of a nearby newspaper?
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