Thursday, September 1, 2016

This Was Weiner's 4th Time Getting Busted! Just Weeks Ago, He Was “Catfished" By A Dude. How Quickly They Forget:

By CNBC, Aug 16, 2016 

His wife, Huma Abedin, is immersed in her own scandal involving her dual roles with the State Department and the Clinton Foundation. As Hillary’s closest aide and handler, it’s been a rough time for Huma as many of her emails have been made public. With his wife spending so much time with Hillary, maybe Weiner is just hoping that his sexting aliases Carlos Danger or the newly revealed “the Mongoose” will attract the same attention his wife lavishes on Hillary.

The New York Post is reporting that Weiner got “catfished” by a young Republican guy and in the conversation he told the young man – who was posing as a woman – that he was “deceptively strong … like a mongoose.” After a sexually charged conversation, Weiner gave out his phone number and the young Republican called the press. For someone who has twice derailed his career with sexually explicit conversations over the internet and become a national laughing stock, the New York Post notes how easy it was to engage Weiner.

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