The National Society of Natural-Born Citizens of the United States

Woodrow Wilson was NOT a Natural Born Citizen

    Thomas Woodrow Wilson was born December 28, 1856 in Staunton, Virginia, served as the 27th person to take the Oath of Office as President of the 28th Administration.  He died February 3, 1924 in Washington D.C. 
     He was the son of Reverend Joseph Ruggles Wilson, born in Steubenville, Ohio, on February 28, 1822 and died in Princeton, New Jersey on January 21, 1903. 
     His mother, Janet E. "Jessie" Woodrow, had been born in Carlisle, England, on December 20, 1826 an immigrated to the United States and naturalized a citizen.  She died April 15, 1888 in Clarksville, Tennessee.
     Having been raised under her foreign influence, she may  have been the inspiration that caused President Wilson to enter the United States into World War I over the objections of the American People.  Even though he was considered a Constitutional Law expert, his greed for power exceeded his ethics to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution. 

Richard Carl Shellhorn
Executive Director