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Anthony Weiner's Women — Did He Abuse His Political Office?

Tue, June 7, 2011 10:13am EDT by HL Intern 1 Comment

Was he violating codes of ethics? The Congressman needs to stiffen up to the law!

Congressman Anthony Weiner finally admitted to posting obscene photos of himself and his magnified manhood on Twitter.  In a public address yesterday, the representative from New York’s 9th Congressional District also confessed that the photo, which was meant to be sent as a private message, is part of a entire internet scandal.  Just like his bulge, the Congressman could not hide his tears as he professed that he had been conducting inappropriate communications with six other women throughout the past three years.  Although nothing ever became physical, he stated, the scandal has raised many questions as to whether Weiner abused his political office. reports that the representative and former porn star Ginger Lee traded sexual emails for a long period of time.  As recent as June 1st, Weiner advised that if their relationship were to be made public, she must lie.  “The key is to have a short, thought out statement that tackles the top line questions and then refer people back to it.  Have a couple of iterations of: ‘This is silly.  Like so many others, I follow Rep. Weiner on Twitter.  I don’t know him and have never met him. He briefly followed me and sent me a dm saying thank you for the follow.  That’s it.'”

Meagan Broussard, 26, also admitted to having exchanged sexual photos, e-mails, Facebook messages, and other forms of lewd communications with Weiner over the past month.  The single-mother from Texas told conservative website,, that she became involved with Weiner’s weiner after she commented he was “hot” on a YouTube video of the congressman.  “From there, he introduced himself to me over Facebook chat. Within an hour, we were sending messages back and forth. It became an everyday correspondence.”

According to, Weiner’s most incriminating and law-breaking evidence is connected to his relationship with Las Vegas blackjack-dealer, Lisa Weiss.  The 40-year-old revealed that Weiner texted her on the same days he was debating in front of Congress, speaking on the steps of Capitol Hill, and worst of all — in his own office!  After months of texting and Facebook messaging, the representative invited her to make their relationship verbal.  “I gave him my number and he called me from his office and we proceeded to talk dirty for at least 30 minutes.”

The Congressman stated that he will not step down from office, however the investigation into his scandal will definitely not go limp.  Though lying about using federal property to conduct his social-networking sexcapades, Weiner may have violated House Ethics Rules.  In addition, he also offered Ginger professional PR help to cover up her story.  “I can have someone on my team call,” he told her.  It is uncertain whether his PR team is comprised of Congressional staff or if the adult-movie star took action on Weiner’s words, but if evidence proves either item to be true, he could be in violation of the law.  One thing’s for certain, the law is going to be hard and firm for Weiner.

–Michael Emer