Accidentally marrying your grandfather is one of the hidden effects of a culture in which the Jew has broken the family unit. Recently, broken families have featured mothers and sons having sex as well. Generally, in these cases, the mother had not raised the son, having given him up for adoption at birth. Another case in the news lately involved a mother and her daughter having sex and getting married.
Grandpa and his granddaughter plan to stay married in this case. I suppose there’s no law against it and as the LBGT crowd likes to say, “Love wins.”
A bride is said to be suffering from ‘overwhelming despair’ after discovering that her new husband is actually her biological grandfather.
The 24-year-old woman walked down the aisle into the arms of her 68-year-old millionaire grandfather before heading off to consummate their marriage.
But then three months in came the ‘terrible shock’ that they were very closely related.
They made the discovery while looking through a family album of his and the bride recognised her father in one of the pictures.
Both the bride and groom, who live together in Golden Beach, Miami, want to remain anonymous.
The groom became estranged from his children after his wife moved away taking the kids with her.
He’s since remarried and had several more children with another wife, but that marriage ended in divorce in 2009.
Then he won big money when his Powerball syndicate’s numbers came up.
With several million in the bank life changed and he met his 24-year-old granddaughter/future wife on a website for older men looking for love.
He told the Florida Sun Post: ‘They had a website with profiles of many attractive younger girls. I just felt something strange when I saw her photos.
‘It was like a sense of deja vu, but at the time I couldn’t figure out why she seemed so familiar.
‘We just hit it off right from when she walked into the restaurant.’
They only discussed family briefly – she was kicked out by her dad (his son) for getting pregnant – and eventually she agreed to move in with the millionaire at their home.
She said: ‘When I saw my father in that photo album, I just felt an overwhelming sense of despair.’
He added: ‘I’ve already had two failed marriages and I’m determined not to have a third.’
She said: ‘I feel our bond is so strong that even something like this is not enough to make us give up.’
Lotteries and all other forms of gambling were illegal a generation or two ago. Everyone knew there would be terrible consequences for society if gambling was legalized.
Actually, it still is illegal except for when the state takes a cut of the huge profits from it or sponsors it, such as with state lotteries.
Does anyone besides me think that the girl in this case is attracted to her grandfather’s money rather than to him?