Weiners World

The latest in Weiners & Huma’s marriage of convenience:

Informed WoJ readers know that Huma is a Saudi mole who plays Slick Willie and his excremental wife for all its worth:

Weiners World comes down like a house of cards

But Shrillary & her  girlfriend  Huma  are back together, at last:

She is officially Hillary’s deputy chief of staff but Huma Abedin, Weiner’s clever and glamorous 35-year-old wife, means far more to the Clintons than her title suggests. Hillary once described her as “a second daughter” and when Abedin married Weiner last year, Bill presided over their vows in his capacity as former president.


Janeane Garofalo: No Libturd is ever Responsible

Totally Objective Homo:

Lemon defended his objectivity as a journalist and dismissed the notion that he would be biased on the gay rights debate. But later he told a pro-gay newspaper “I hope to change minds” as an openly-gay journalist. CNN’s Don Lemon Belittles Rick Santorum Over Gay Rights Issue

“Culturally Backward” Homo:

Here’s Mark Steyn: High Function Junction

Steven Hayward brought up Alec Baldwin’s analysis of Anthony Weiner. As ridiculous as it is, it gets to the heart of what’s wrong with our politics. That’s to say:

He exists under a constant pressure cooker of self-analysis and public appraisal. Like other politicians, he needs something to take the edge off… For high functioning men like Weiner and other officials….

Whoa, wait a minute: What “constant pressure cooker”? He’s got nothing to do but appear on MSNBC all day long. Everything else is done by one of his 19 staffers – for example, theofficial statement from his office on his relationship with this 17-year old girl in Delaware. Baldwin’s got it backwards: Congressional life is very undemanding and certainly not performance related; on the other hand, I can see that juggling jailbait on your Twitter feed could get pretty stressful. Good thing he has an unimportant day job with 19 staffers to “take the edge off”.

In what bizarro universe can even Alec Baldwin type the words “high functioning men like Weiner”? He’s a minor elected official. Thinking of the governing class as “high functioning men” is a big part of what’s got us into the mess we’re in. During my troubles with the thought police up north, Stephen Harper gave an interview and said he had no plans to rein in Canada’s “human rights” commission. One newspaper reported this as: “Principal Harper Ends The Free Speech Food Fight.” I wrote:

Each to his own. I don’t happen to think of the Queen’s first minister as the ”principal” with me and the rest of the citizenry as his charges. The head of government is no more or less than just that: He is not my “leader”, and certainly not on inalienable rights.

I would have thought that such a notion would be even more repugnant to a republic. The governing class are not “high functioning men”. Function-wise, they’ve been abysmal: Collectively, they’ve beggared the nation. While you low-functioning types were busy going off to work every day and providing for your family like a bunch of saps, lifetime politicians like Weiner – the Emirs of Incumbistan – comprehensively wrecked everything they touched, squandering this country’s inheritance and lining it up for an imminent existential crisis those on the receiving end will have to figure some way out of. Ceasing to think of time-serving mediocrities and opportunist creeps like Weiner as some kind of “high-functioning” elite leadership class is a good place to start.

If Hillary Clinton had a lesbian affair with Huma Abedin then everything in Weinergate fits

By Kevin “Coach” Collins

People are motivated to follow their darker instincts by lust for money power or sex.

In mid 2007 rumors started to circulate about Huma Abedin a stunningly beautiful staffer working for Hillary Clinton. The wagging tongues of Washington asked logical questions about Huma.  “If Hillary is bisexual (as had long been thought and occasionally uttered in public), what is the nature of her relationship with the dark eyed enchanting Abedin, a young lady from a strict Muslim family?”

“Is the fact that Huma was never seen twice in the same designer outfit and lived in a $649,000 condo explainablebecause she was trading sexual favors with Hillary for a fabulous lifestyle?” “If so what does that make Huma?”

“How did Huma, whose government salary was listed as $9,999, live as she did?”

Is Hillary Clinton a lesbian?”

Is Huma Abedin her lesbian “kept woman?”

In 2007 Michael Musto a Village Voice columnist who writes about gay issues commented that Hillary might be “Gayle King-ing” Huma, that is getting her a higher profile in order to head off media scrutiny about her and why Clinton would be “hiding” Huma and the true nature of their relationship.

In her tell all book about her affair with Bill Clinton Gennifer Flowers wrote  that when she asked Bill if Hillary is a lesbian he laughed and made reference to her being more experienced with women then he is.

The purpose of this essay is NOT to prove Hillary Clinton and Huma Abedin are lesbians, but to raise the question: If they are daughters of Sapphos wouldn’t it have been a good deal for Anthony Weiner to become Huma’s beard or faux husband?

Killing any rumor of a lesbian relationship between Hillary and Huma would be very helpful to Hillary’s drive to be elected president, and a  “President Hillary Clinton” would be enormously helpful to Weiner’s long held dream of being elected Mayor of New York City.

The coverage of Weinergate has nibbled around the edges. The reports have carefully avoided mentioning the scandal’s “third rail”: the relationship between Huma Abedin Congressman Anthony Weiner’s wife and her former boss Hillary Clinton. Nevertheless, if this is the root of the relationship between Huma and Weiner the whole ugly affair falls into place.

Bill Clinton understands all to well what it’s like to live with a women like Hillary. He knows what it can drive an ordinary man to do.  Anthony Weiner’s tweets to a porn star may be motivated by more than mere curiosity.

The biggest motivators driving human behavior are money power and sex. This one has all three.

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5 thoughts on “Weiners World”

  1. come on, sheik. you´ve got better things to do than to be poking about in other people´s sexlife.

    1. Ya think?

      Generally, I am not interested in other peoples sexlife.

      However, when the secretary of state is involved in a lesbian relationship with Huma Abedin, a ‘devout Muslim’, who in turn is in a marriage of convenience with a useful tool, Weiner (a foolish Jew and a far left lunatic) the alarm-bells should go off all over the place.

      The potential for blackmail and treason is enormous.

  2. I don’t know about sexlives, but moslems associated in any manner with western politicians is grounds for concern.

  3. As I hear it Weiners “wife” is Hillary Clitmans ‘Old Lady’ and Weiner is just the Lesbians ‘Beard’ and camourflage.

  4. No surprise here, just connecting the dots:

    Weiner may have converted to Islam

    A neoconservative public relations operative argues the Jewish congressman may have converted to Islam

    I guess it takes a “neoconservative” to understand “conservative” Islam:

    (UPDATED) We thought everything that could be said about Anthony Weiner’s lewd photo scandal had been said. But Eliana Benador, a former influential neoconservative public relations operative, has proved us wrong.

    Writing for the “Communities” section of the Washingtom Times’ website, Benador argues that the Twitter scandal shows that … the Jewish Weiner might have converted to Islam!

    Benador, who is currently the U.S.-based “goodwill ambassador” for a group of Jewish settlers in the West Bank, advances an argument that is fairly difficult to follow, but it seems to go like this: Because a New York imam was quoted in the press seeming to take Weiner’s side in the matter, and because Muslims (supposedly) practice deception as part of their faith, it’s possible that Weiner is secretly a Muslim convert who is still presenting himself to the world as a Jew.

    She writes:

    The Imam of New York has stated: “I would tell her [Huma] to be a little bit patient. In our book, if you think your wife, or husband, is doing something unacceptable, you start by counseling her.”

    Counseling? For whom, Huma or Anthony? The Imam’s statement seems to state that Huma is in need.

    Regardless, those are words of compromise offered by a leading Muslim Imam trying to make us forget that the Koran actually advocates stoning wives for adultery while turning a blind eye toward the sexual mis-deeds of the husband.

    It is also important, when looking at this situation, to remember that observant Muslims practice Taqiyya , an element of sharia that states there is a legal right and duty to distort the truth to promote the cause of Islam. …

    Given the defense articulated by the Imam, which would be offered only for a Muslim man, we must believe this opportunity to remove this Muslim woman from a union with an non-believer would be quickly taken. Therefore we must consider that Mr. Weiner *may* have converted to Islam, because if he did not, we have to consider the unlikely, that being that Ms. Abedin has abandoned her Muslim faith, even while she still practices.

    (It’s worth noting here that “The Imam of New York” is not an actual title, and she is pretty clearly taking this imam’s quote out of context.)

    Benador also wonders in the column if Huma has “been groomed to access leading political movers and shakers to advance the cause of Islam in America, including a politically positioned marriage to Congressman Anthony Weiner?”

    Benador is no random blogger. She was the president of the now-defunct Benador Associates, a public relations firm that was active in the run-up to the Iraq war getting media exposure for such influential hawks as Michael Rubin*, Richard Perle, Laurie Myrloie, and former CIA director Jim Woolsey. An article in the Guardian described pictures of her at a party with Joseph Lieberman. And one of her clients famously (and falsely) claimed in a 2006 newspaper column that Iran had instituted a Nazi-style dress code for Jews.

    The bottom of the “Communities” section notes that “contributors are responsible for this content, which is not edited by The Washington Times.” But an editor did apparently delete one paragraph from Benador’s column, leaving this note: “(Correction: Paragraph removed for inaccuracies. Apologies are issued and we regret the error. The Communities).”

    I’ve asked the Communities editor for comment on what that error was.

    In any case, the fact that Weiner married a Muslim woman has long been the subject of rumblings in certain corners of the right-wing blogosphere.

    (Hat tip: Benjy Sarlin)

    UPDATE: Communities editor Jacquie Kubin tells me that the piece has been taken down for the moment and is currently “under review.” We’ve saved a copy of the original here.

    * UPDATE II: Michael Rubin emails that Benador did not help him get media exposure. “Ms. Benador arranged a single speech for me which focused on Iran, not Iraq,” he writes, and there was no media at the event. He was described in several news articles in the past decade as a Benador client, and his profile was listed on the firm’s site.

    * Justin Elliott is a Salon reporter. Reach him by email at jelliott@salon.com and follow him on Twitter @ElliottJustin More: Justin Elliott

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