Also speaking of Jewish penises, U.S. Rep. Anthony D. Weiner admitted today that the lewd image of someone’s junk sent from his Twitter account to a college girl was in fact of his junk. And that’s not all:
During an extraordinary 27-minute appearance, the congressman went on to describe a side of his life that he had kept secret from his closest confidants and family members, in which he befriended young female admirers over the Internet and engaged in intimate sexual banter with them.
“Over the past few years, I have engaged in several inappropriate conversations conducted over Twitter, Facebook, e-mail and occasionally on the phone with women I had met online,” Mr. Weiner said.
Mr. Weiner said he had never met the women with whom he corresponded in person and added: “I don’t know what I was thinking. This was a destructive thing to do. I’m apologetic for doing it.”
That’s from The New York Times. The press conference was called after Andrew Breitbart broke some very, very unflattering news on his site BigGovernment.com. As my friend described the press conference to me on gchat:
Breitbart commandeered the press conference
staffers ran through the hall yelling “Breitbart is here! Breitbart is here!”
Weiner finally came on
says he doesn’t know if all the ladies are overage
and is not resigning
and admitted he’s sent much worse pics, too
WOW. Didn’t Weiner learn anything from Brett Favre et al?
What I find fascinating is that after a few weeks of trying to carry on a completely improbable tale, Weiner admits that he’s been lying to us—and then he asks us to believe him when he claims he never met or had sexual relations with these women.
Oh ... and if you’re looking for a religion angle to this, other than that Weiner is Jewish, I guess you can click here.
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