According to Democrat Anthony Weiner, he lied, had numerous lewd exchanges, is sorry and won't resign
According to New York Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner, who for the moment represents Brooklyn and Queens in the House of Representatives, he actually did lie about his Twitter account being hacked last week to send a lewd photo to a female college student.
According to New York Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner, who is married to a top aide to Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton,he did in fact engage in serial online exchanges of lewd photos with other women during the past three years.
According to Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner, he has engaged in online conversations with perhaps six women in recent years. He says he never actually met any of the women.
According to Maegan Broussard,a 26-year-old single mother in Texas, she was one of those women. She said she received the above photo (note wedding ring) from Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner during their online exchanges, ABC News reports.
According to Rep. Anthony Weiner, "I have not been honest with myself, my family, my constituents, my friends, my supporters and the media" and he is "deeply ashamed."
According to Andrew Breitbart, who broke the original Twitter story last week, numerous other photos involving New York Democratic Rep. Anthony Weiner have been made available to BigGovernment.com, at least one of which he will not be publishing becayse if its graphic nature.
According to House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi,she is "deeply disappointed and saddened about this situation" for the following people: "Anthony's wife, Huma, his family, his staff and his constituents."
According to Pelosi, she is seeking a House Ethics Committee investigation to see whether any official resources were used or House rules violated.
According to Rep. Anthony Weiner, he has no intention of resigning.
According to recent history, Rep. Anthony Weiner is dreaming.
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-- Andrew Malcolm
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