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Anthony Weiner’s Emails Reveal Disgusting Pedophile Ring Loose In Washington, D.C. – Tea Party News

(TeaParty.org) – For a long, long time there have been rumors floating around Washington that former President Bill Clinton was involved with notorious billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. However, at the time, the only real evidence linking the two consisted of flight logs that confirmed Clinton flew on Epstein’s plane 26 times to his island where … Continue reading Anthony Weiner’s Emails Reveal Disgusting Pedophile Ring Loose In Washington, D.C. →

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From Out to In: The Case for Weiner 2020

Anthony Weiner, the redeemed former congressman who helped take down one of the least likable presidential candidates in American history, is out of prison after serving a 21-month sentence for behaving like Bill Clinton on the internet.

“I hope to be able to live a life of integrity and service. And I’m glad this chapter of my life is behind me,” Weiner said following his release from a halfway house in New York City, where he completed his sentence following an earlier stint at federal prison in Massachusetts.

Now that this regrettable chapter is behind him, what lies ahead for Weiner? I can think of at least one path that would give him a chance to put his money where his filthy mouth is regarding his commitment to “integrity and service.”

Weiner is out. Weiner must get in.

The 2020 Democratic primary, that is. There are few sound arguments for why Anthony Weiner should not become the 14th white man to announce his candidacy for president. The current field of candidates is underwhelming, to say the least. Democratic voters are looking for an attack dog-style brawler who won’t pull any punches.

The weight of former presidential frontrunner Michael Avenatti’s baggage has become too much for some voters to abide. Enter Weiner, a hard-charging Bronx bulldog with an ethnic flair who has already served his debt to society. The Democratic field may be crowded, but the Avenatti lane is wide open.

Americans love a good redemption story. Want proof? Consider how Democratic voters have rallied behind former Vice President Joe Biden following his sincere apology for decades of hair-sniffing deviancy. Weiner, who already enjoys significant name recognition due to his salacious misdeeds and intensely public fall from grace, could enjoy an even bigger “redemption bulge” in the polls. Broke: Pete Buttigieg, first gay president. Woke: Anthony Weiner, first felon president.

Our modern age is dominated by complex technologies and shadowy cyber villains. Americans should demand a leader who possesses the digital savvy to navigate these challenges. Joe Biden is 76. Bernie Sanders is 77. They’re the candidates to beat. Can these old farts be trusted to lead America into the 21st century? Or might voters be more inclined to put their faith in a candidate who has proven himself more than capable, time and time again, of penetrating the Silicon Valley swamp to connect with average Americans across a variety of digital platforms? When it comes to sliding into America’s DMs and slinging dank memes like singles at a strip club, Weiner stands alone.

Weiner served in Congress for 12 years — twice as long as Beto O’Rourke, who can’t even blog — and has experience dealing with maniacal oligarchs thanks to Huma Abedin’s proximity to Hillary Clinton. If Weiner can stand up to Hillary, he can stand up to anyone. That’s how foreign policy works. That’s how presidential elections are won.

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Continetti: I’m Waiting for Anthony Weiner to Join the Race

Washington Free Beacon editor in chief Matthew Continetti remarked at how many Democratic candidates were running for president and joked that he expected Anthony Weiner to join the race.

Speaking with Bret Baier on Fox News’s Special Report Tuesday, Continetti explained the peculiarity of the current state of the Democratic primary.

“I’m struck by the field,” he said. “It is clearly the largest primary in my lifetime, perhaps in American history.”

Yet, despite the breadth of the field, Continetti explained it lacked serious depth. He pointed to the latest to enter the field, Montana Governor Steve Bullock (D.).

“You would have trouble picking out these Democrats from the lineup,” he said. “Bullock, for example. No one knows who he is and yet something compels him to run for president.”

Baier asked what might be prompting the field to continue growing. Currently, former Vice President Joe Biden has a comfortable lead, yet the number of candidates continues to grow.

Continetti explained that much of it stemmed from “brand enhancement,” not a real expectation of victory.

“I think it’s the chance of landing a cable news contract,” he said.

“Or secretary of something,” Baier suggested.

“Or cabinet post,” Continetti concurred.

Continetti joked that he was expecting disgraced former Democratic Congressman Anthony Weiner to join the fray.

“I am waiting for Anthony Weiner to join the race now,” Continetti said, drawing laughter from the rest of the panel. “He is a free man and he has experience. He has more name I.D. than many of the other candidates.”

Baier wanted to know how many of the dozens of candidates would stay in the race through the Iowa caucuses later this year.

“Thirteen,” Continetti predicted.

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Weiner Out

Disgraced former New York congressman Anthony Weiner was released from prison Tuesday morning after serving a 21-month sentence for sending sexually explicit messages to a 15-year-old girl.

Weiner had been finishing his sentence at a halfway house in New York City following an earlier stint at a federal prison in Massachusetts.

“I hope to be able to live a life of integrity and service. And I’m glad this chapter of my life is behind me,” Weiner, who’s married to former Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin, told Fox News.

Weiner’s troubles began in 2011 when he resigned from Congress after he was caught using his Twitter profile to send sexually explicit messages to one of his followers.

He attempted to redeem his political career in 2013 by running for mayor of New York City but again was brought down by allegations he had sexted with a 22-year-old woman under the pseudonym “Carlos Danger.”

Near the end of the 2016 presidential campaign, it was reported that Weiner had engaged in sexual conversations with a 15-year-old girl in North Carolina. The revelation caused the FBI to seize his computer, on which they found emails pertaining to Hillary Clinton’s email controversy. The ensuing fallout led to then FBI Director James Comey reopening the investigation into Clinton’s use of a private email server while Secretary of State just over a week before the 2016 presidential election.

As a condition of his release, Weiner will have to register as a low-level sex offender for 20 years.

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FBI Revelation: Hillary Server Emails Found on Obama’s Exec. Office Computers

The 2016 election may be mercifully behind us, but one of its biggest scandals is still haunting Hillary Clinton. Clinton’s use of a private, inadequately secured email server during her time as secretary of state rocked her campaign for president, and continued to reverberate into the current political landscape. The controversial decision by then-FBI Director…

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‘Why don’t we blame the women’: Now look at what those time-traveling hackers put in Joy Reid’s timeline

MSNBC host Joy Reid’s old blog is a bottomless goldmine of material and recently, Twitter archaeologists made this find showing that Reid wasn’t exactly down with the #MeToo movement back in 2011.

Yes, why don’t we blame the women, too? We might never know, because the link to her piece on #Weinergate at reidreport.com is dead — unlike her career at MSNBC, which seems to be able to survive anything.

Here’s a screenshot just in case hackers take this tweet down too.


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