Anthony Weiner

Report: Anthony Weiner finds his calling

Featured image Anthony Weiner has always had an eye for the main chance. Now, with his options rather limited, Weiner’s main chance apparently resides in the marijuana business. This, at least, is what the Daily Mail is reporting: Anthony Weiner is swapping politics for the marijuana business and told a potential investor to downplay his ‘sexual stuff’, has learned exclusively. The convicted sex offender, who pleaded guilty in 2017 to sexting »

From the Carlos Danger files

Featured image The indispensable Judicial Watch, after protracted litigation in federal court, has forced the State Department to begin releasing Huma Abedin’s work-related documents that were found on Anthony Weiner’s personal computer. The documents were provided to the State Department by the FBI, which reviewed them as part of its investigation of the Hillary Clinton email server scandal. The first public release of these documents came on Friday, December 29. Judicial Watch »

Toasted Weiner

Featured image I’m sorry, I just can’t avoid the obvious low-rent headlines to mark the sentencing of Anthony Weiner to 21 months in prison for his texting misadventures. Besides, who can ever top the New York Post: Meanwhile, let’s review a couple greatest hits, starting with Rachel Maddow back in 2011 speculating on the deep conspiracy to frame Weiner at a time when he was the darling of the left (five minutes »

Weiner raised again

Featured image Democrats think they have a bone to pick with FBI Director James Comey. They are angry with Comey for disclosing to the appropriate members of Congress the reopening in late October of what Hillary Clinton was pleased to call the FBI’s “security review” of her email set-up. In testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee, Comey revisited the circumstances involving Huma Abedin and Anthony (“Not Again!”) Weiner. In response to a »

Is Anthony Weiner Behind the Email Crisis?

Featured image The Wall Street Journal has up to date reporting on the mysteries surrounding Huma Abedin’s newly-discovered emails. The Journal’s account answers some questions, while raising others. First, the “device” in question reportedly is a laptop that Huma Abedin considered to be Anthony Weiner’s. This makes sense: people like Abedin and Weiner don’t share laptops, any more than they share cell phones. They each have their own. Thus, when Huma testified »

You Knew Someone Had to Do This

Featured image I keep swearing I’m never going to do any more “Hitler Learns About. . .” parody videos, but then something happens, like Carlos Danger emerging once again to create havoc in the Democratic Party firmament, and, well, you just have to. Herewith, from Power Line Productions, “Hitler Learns the FBI Has Reopened the Email Investigation.” »

(Re)Enter the FBI

Featured image The big news of the day is the revelation, as reported by the New York Times, that “new emails uncovered in the closed investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server were discovered after the F.B.I. seized electronic devices belonging to Huma Abedin, a top aide to Mrs. Clinton, and her husband, Anthony Weiner.” In its own way, the interpenetration of the Weiner sexting case and the eternal »

Inside the Heads of Liberal Pervs

Featured image If LSD or mescaline aren’t doing the trick for you, you can always take in the podcast and interview with Anthony Weiner that for some reason the Puffington Host thinks the world really needs today. Here’s a sample: “I’m probably the best campaign politician you will ever interview. I’m like perfectly evolved. I’m like the Arnold Schwarzenegger Terminator,” Weiner said in this week’s episode of HuffPost’s Candidate Confessional podcast. “I »

A New Hope for Anthony Weiner?

Featured image Just when you think there’s no possible political future for Anthony Weiner. . . News out of Germany reported in today’s Wall Street Journal about how the Green Party, whose deep radicalism was muted in exchange for a share of power in center-left coalition governments over the last 20 years, began its political existence by championing, among other things, pedophilia. On Monday, a political scientist hired by the party to »

We Really Won’t Have Anthony Weiner to Kick Around Anymore

Featured image Anthony Weiner is well and truly finished in public life. He polled a mere 5% in the Democratic primary for Mayor of New York City. His post-election party was a dismal affair, even by the standards of a 5% vote-getter. Not only did his wife not show up, one of his sexting partners–we have no idea how many there really were–did. Aspiring porn actress and publicity seeker Sydney Leathers (presumably »

The Latest Weiner Meltdown

Featured image I wish the New York mayor’s race could last many more months, just for the Weiner-powered free entertainment.  Why has no one thought to start a Weiner-based reality TV show?  Anyway, herewith the Weinermeister’s latest public meltdown, which shows he’s not a well man–just a bully: »

Soft Weiner

Featured image So the LA Dodgers, my old hometown team, are surprisingly in first place in the National League West, which reminds me of my favorite stadium fare of old, the foot-long Dodger dogs (which are probably $29.95 nowadays).  But Anthony Weiner, the gift that keeps on giving, has ruined foot-long hot dogs forever (add your own sequels to this stream of consciousness if you like), because his latest effort is a »

The Week in Pictures: Royal Weiner Edition

Featured image I really wanted to label this week’s image roundup after George Alexander Louis, the newest Windsor, but quite obviously the most royal dick in politics trumps everything this week.  Besides, I can’t get a modified version of the old Oscar Meyer ad jingle out of my head: Oh I wish I were an Anthony Weiner, That is what I’d truly like to be-e-e, For if I were an Anthony Weiner, »

Sexting while Hispanic

Featured image New York’s silly season just got sillier. One of Weiner’s opponents in the mayoral race has demanded that Weiner apologize to Hispanics for using the name Carlos Danger in his obscene texts. Rev. Erick Salgado complained that “for Anthony Weiner to hide under a Spanish name to do his bad behavior is very insulting to the Spanish community.” He added: I believe he have to apologize to the Latino community. »