Weiner's 'Official' Problem

Anthony Weiner is an official liar. he first lied in denying that he had done anything wrong in the beginning of what will forever be known as Weinergate, claiming falsely that he was hacked. That was quickly disproved. He then went before the press corps and admitted his guilt in the sexting incident but denied that his sexual aberrations overlapped into his official activities. That has now been summarily disproved.

The pics are there for all to see and they were taken in an official federal edifice, the congressional gym, in the heart of the official federal capital of the republic by a federal official, a congressman from New York. That seems to me to be fairly official. OK, I don't presume to know the workout schedule followed by Weiner but I'm curious as to what time of day those pictures were taken. If they were snapped late in the evening after all congressional duties had been performed in accordance with the usual norms, or early in the morning before Weiner's constituents could reasonably be expecting him to begin the day representing their needs, then his official transgressions are mitigated to some extent. Even lowlife, weaseling, sexually predatory congressmen are entitled to some free time, although it can be argued that when a congressman is in Washington on the taxpayers' dime, he's on duty 24/7 since they are paying his expenses 24/7. Think about it: congressional conversations conducted during receptions, dinners, and yes, even during naked gym workouts, can be considered official business in that those conversations may influence the official course of the nation.

Picture this: a Southern conservative Republican happens into the locker room just as Anthony is self-snapping a shot of his towel-teasing large stuff. With a huge grin the good ol' boy says, "Well, hells-bells, Tony, guess I can count on your votes from now on, huh, Bubba?" That scenario may never have happened but Weiner's constituents should be wondering. Anyone as foolish as Weiner is wide open to be compromised at any time by any one, foreign or domestic.

So Weiner's claim that his digital dalliances never crossed over into his official life becomes very suspect with the publication of these latest images. Knowing what we do about this guy, it is not a stretch to assume some of those pics may have been sent out to susceptible young women with suggestive notations pointing out that very official background. 

You gotta hand it to Breitbart: he wears no tights, no cape, but man, does he ever loom large as a superhero threat to weaseling wannabees like Weiner.