by Dave Blount | September 12, 2013 12:07 pm
Q: What do you get if you cross Chuck Schumer with Bill Clinton and marry it to a probable Muslim Brotherhood operative?
A: I don’t know, but it came in last in the Democrat primaries for New York City mayor with a dismal 5% of the vote.
It took a while for him to finish imploding, but after the primary results, NYC’s caricature of an obnoxious and degenerate liberal politician Anthony Weiner is done:
Anthony Weiner, after losing badly in the New York mayoral primary Tuesday night, bid farewell to the campaign in a manner befitting the foul-mouthed candidate — by flipping the bird after delivering his concession speech.
The timeless image, showing the disgraced former congressman giving the middle finger to a New York reporter, was captured by NY1 News and posted to Twitter Tuesday night.
The picture quickly surged across social media, putting a bow on the entire wild ride of Weiner’s failed attempt at a political career comeback. …
A gossip site revealed that Weiner used the online handle Carlos Danger to continue to send X-rated messages to women even after he resigned from Congress in 2011 for similar behavior.
Weiner’s career was a tasteless spectacle to the bitter end.
His ill-fated campaign had two final embarrassments in its last minutes: One of his online paramours, Sydney Leathers, tried to crash his primary night rally and then Weiner was caught making the obscene gesture at reporters as he was driven away.
NBC affiliate reporter Shimon Prokupecz tweeted that he was the target of the gesture. “Just had the pleasure of getting the middle finger from Anthony Weiner after his security staff pushed us out of the way,” he wrote. He later added: “He drove away smirking.”
If America regains its character, and the tide is turned against liberalism, we may look back on this as an emblematic moment.
On a tip from Wiggins. Cross-posted at Moonbattery.
Source URL: https://rightwingnews.com/democrats/adios-carlos-danger/
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