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Anthony Weiner sexted busty brunette while his son was in bed with him

Anthony Weiner poses with his son in this kinky shot he sent to the latest object of his online lust.

This is baby-sitting — Anthony Weiner-style.

While his wife, Huma Abedin, travels the country campaigning for Hillary Clinton, the disgraced ex-congressman has been sexting with a busty brunette out West — and even sent her a lurid crotch shot with his toddler son in the picture, The Post has learned.

The stay-at-home cad shot the revealing photo while discussing massage parlors “near my old apartment” shortly after 3 a.m. on July 31, 2015, a screenshot of the exchange shows.

Weiner was clearly aroused by his conversation with the 40-something divorcee when he abruptly changed the subject.

“Someone just climbed into my bed,” Weiner wrote.

“Really?” she responded.

Weiner then hit “Send” on the cringe-inducing image, which shows a bulge in his white, Jockey-brand boxer briefs and his son cuddled up to his left, wrapped in a light-green blanket.

“You do realize you can see you[r] Weiner in that pic??” the woman wrote.

Moments after forwarding the photo, Weiner freaked out over the possibility he had accidentally posted it publicly — just as he did during the infamous episode that forced him to resign from Congress in 2011.

“Ooooooh . . . I was scared. For half a second I thought I posted something. Stop looking at my crotch,” Weiner wrote back.

“Whatever. You did it on purpose,” she replied.

“O I see you thought you posted on your TL [public timeline] not DM [direct message]. S–t happens be careful,” she added.

The object of Weiner’s affections is his polar opposite politically: a self-avowed supporter of Donald Trump and the National Rifle Association who’s used Twitter to bash both President Obama and Clinton.

Screenshots show the electronic chats began in late January 2015 and continued through earlier this month, according to the woman, who spoke to The Post on condition of anonymity.

And while Weiner repeatedly invited her to visit him in New York City, she said, “We never met.”

Asked for comment, Weiner admitted he and the woman “have been friends for some time.”

“She has asked me not to comment except to say that our conversations were private, often included pictures of her nieces and nephews and my son and were always appropriate,” he said.
But the picture featuring his son was one of more than a dozen selfies sent to the woman by Weiner, 51 — and most show him posing shirtless to flaunt his well-toned physique.

One is even a near-replica of the crotch shot that first turned him into a national laughingstock — except he was wearing white boxer briefs instead of gray ones.

Weiner wrote, “My mood . . .” before sending the overtly sexual photo on June 14, 2015, prompting the woman to respond, “O goodness.”

Many of Weiner’s messages show him bragging about his manhood and shamelessly lusting after the woman.

The latest online dalliance developed when Weiner began exchanging direct messages with her via Twitter following an online clash with a second woman, according to the gal.

As their conversation progressed, she mentioned having “over 30 nieces and nephews,” at which point Weiner responded by asking: “Wow. Got your own? (Weiner sees opening to ask about [your] status).”

When she tried to end the conversation by saying “it’s time for bed,” Weiner wrote back: “Sleeping alone? Asking for a friend?” before adding, “That was a fib.”

Weiner frequently steered the conversation toward sex, as many of their discussions initially involved such mundane topics as their respective workout regimens.

“I am always, uh, raging after the gym,” he wrote in one of several apparent references to his genitalia.

Another time, he wrote about how “Id [sic] put someone’s eye out with this thing. #Overdue.”

When the woman sent Weiner a selfie that showed her in a cleavage-baring, red lace dress, Weiner’s response was “Holy f–kity f- -k,” while another shot of her standing next to a woman at the same event prompted him to write: “Conjured some high school fantasies.
At one point, she sent him a shot of herself wearing a pair of black tights with a rip in the rear, near the midline, along with the message, “Buns of steel.”

“I’ll need a bigger hole,” Weiner responded, adding a smiling emoji with its tongue sticking out.

The sext fiend also admitted to fantasizing about her, saying “guess who visited me in a dream last night/this morning . . . uh, you. Obv.”

In another message, he blamed her for keeping him awake the previous night. “I did not sleep well . . . Horny as f–k,” he wrote.
When she suggested it was a “disease,” he wrote back: “You are a carrier.”

He even confessed to masturbating while thinking about her, calling her “literally a fantasy chick.”

“And I mean literally. So now you know how I got to sleep last night,” he wrote, adding a purple demon emoji.

After she sent him a cartoon image of a pump bottle of hand lotion and a box of tissues, he responded with a graphic, homemade text-and-emoji image of an ejaculating penis.

“OK…..Enough of that!! she wrote.

“Yeah. I taxed myself too much on that one. So anyway, what are you wearing,” he wrote back, adding a winking, tongue-out emoji.

Following his first sexting scandal, Weiner claimed to have undergone therapy, having sat down with Abedin for a 2012 People magazine interview in which he said he was happy as a stay-at-home dad. “The only next dramatic steps I’m planning on are Jordan’s first,” he said, in reference to their then-6-month-old son.

His purported rehabilitation led to an improbable lead in the polls for New York mayor in 2013 — until his candidacy collapsed amid revelations that he continued sexting behind the “Carlos Danger” pseudonym.

The latest object of Weiner’s sexting obsession is a woman with two grown children who lives with a boyfriend. She told Weiner that her significant other traveled for work and was only “in town about 10 days a month.”

At one point in their conversation, Weiner offered to take the object of his lust to one of the restaurants co-owned by his younger brother, Jason.

“Lets get together. I’m a big wheel in this town,” Weiner wrote.

Vanished! FBI records on Vince Foster missing

Of all the scandals that plague Hillary Clinton, none is as damning as her role in the death of Vince Foster. He and Hillary had been close friends – and rumors say, possibly much more – before he allegedly committed suicide in 1993.
Now, compromising FBI records about Clinton’s role in Foster’s death have disappeared from the National Archives, news outlets have deleted their coverage of the story, and the so-called “Clinton body count” keeps piling up.
The newest accusation of missing documents doesn’t come from Alex Jones or the “vast right-wing conspiracy,” but from Ronald Kessler, a former investigative reporter with the Wall Street Journal and Washington Post who has written 20 books.
Kessler is respected and credible — and he says he has proof that Hillary has something to hide in the death of her longtime friend.
Kessler made two separate visits to the National Archives and Records Service in College Park, Maryland. The first time, archivist David Paynter brought him a box with FBI records that detailed Hillary Clinton’s role in Foster’s 1993 death.
When he returned, archivist James Mathis brought him the same box, with the same material – except all the condemning FBI records about Hillary Clinton had been removed.
“The reports on Hillary Clinton’s role in his death were absent,” Kessler wrote in The Daily Mail.
Foster and Clinton had a relationship that went back to the 1970s, when they worked together at the Rose Law Firm. They had lunch on an almost daily basis at a posh Little Rock eatery. Soon, they had dinner regularly, too.
People who worked with them said they had an affair that lasted all the way until after Bill Clinton was elected president, according to Bill & Hillary: So This Is That Thing Called Love, written by Darwin Porter and Danforth Prince.
What no one disputes is that Hillary Clinton publicly berated her longtime friend in front of his colleagues shortly before his death. FBI agent Coy Copeland told Kessler that Hillary blamed Foster for everything that had gone wrong in Bill Clinton’s first six months as president – the scandalous appointments, Hillary’s health care fiasco, everything.
According to Copeland, Hillary told Foster “he didn’t get the picture, and he would always be a little hick town lawyer who was obviously not ready for the big time.”
Copeland and another FBI agent, Jim Clemente, told Kessler that Hillary’s tirade was “the final straw” for Foster.
But all the proof of this has conveniently vanished from the National Archives, Kessler wrote. Federal employees won’t admit that the documents had been destroyed, only that they could be filed away somewhere else in one of the other 3,000 boxes and 7.5 million pieces of paper that Ken Starr’s investigation produced.
Not only are the documents disappearing – even articles about the documents have evaporated into thin air.
The prestigious International Business Times ran an article on August 23 by Cortney Drakeford titled, “What Really Happened To Vince Foster? FBI Files Linking Hillary Clinton To Suicide Of White House Employee Vanish.” But someone quickly pulled the piece from the IBT’s website. Compare the cached version here versus the missing article here.
In true 1984 fashion, the article and the documents are gone — poof! — right down the memory hole.
The National Archives have revealed a lot of sizzling evidence that entangles Hillary and the Clinton machine deeper in the alleged suicide.
Vince Foster died on July 20, 1993, in Fort Marcy Park, from a .38 caliber gunshot wound.
He supposedly committed suicide, but investigators also found evidence of a possible second small caliber wound in his neck, according to a 31-page memo written by Ken Starr’s lead prosecutor, Miguel Rodriguez, researchers discovered in the National Archives.
Whatever happened to the FBI files, they’re not the only documents that have gone missing under mysterious circumstances.
Former Clinton National Security Adviser Samuel “Sandy” Berger stole and destroyed three classified documents about terrorism from the National Archives in October 2003. He died last December. An external hard drive containing classified materials from the Clinton administration vanished from the National Archives in March 2009.
The newest document scandal is even more suspicious, since it comes after numerous people who have exposed other Hillary Clinton scandals have died by unusual means:
  • Seth Rich, who is rumored to have been a source of the WikiLeaks revelations that the DNC rigged the Democratic primaries for Hillary Clinton, was murdered in what police say was a botched robbery in Washington, D.C. on July 10th.
  • John Ashe, former UN General Assembly president, dropped a barbell on his own throat on June 22nd, just before he was to testify about a Chinese businessman who smuggled hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Clinton Foundation.
  • Victor Thorn, an anti-Clinton researcher who wrote four books about Hillary’s scandals, committed suicide on August 1st.
  • Jim McDougal, who had been working with Ken Starr on the Whitewater scandal, had a heart attack  in 1998 and died at age 58 in a federal prison, just months after accusing Hillary Clinton of perjury.
It’s not just documents that seemingly disappear if the Clinton family is threatened.
The Horn editorial team

Transgenderism: The Ultimate Triumph Of Ideology Over Reality  Until Something Even Loonier Come Along
GrassTopsUSA Exclusive Commentary
By Don Feder
The 2009 film "The Invention of Lying" is set in a world where everyone tells the absolute truth. One day, the protagonist accidentally discovers that you can tell people something that's palpably false and, no matter how outrageous or absurd, they'll believe you, because they can't comprehend the idea of lying.

To test his new insight, he has a conversation with a couple of his buddies in a bar, with hilarious results. Protagonist (who's clearly Caucasian): "I'm black." First friend: "Great, I always wanted a black friend." Protagonist: "I'm an Eskimo." Second friend: "I didn't know they had those, black Eskimos." Protagonist; "I invented the bicycle." First friend: "If I buy one, can I get a discount?

This is the essence of transgenderism: I am whatever I say I am and you must accept my assertion and behave accordingly, otherwise you are a bigot who is oppressing me.

Last week, a U.S. district court judge in Texas ruled that the Obama administration lacks the authority to order school districts to allow students to use the bathrooms and changing rooms that conform to their "gender identity."

The judge said the word "sex" in Title IX (which prohibits discrimination in education based on sex) refers to what's on your birth certificate, not what's in your mind.

On Friday, a district court judge in North Carolina reached the opposite conclusion – ruling that, a state law notwithstanding, students and employees at the University of North Carolina can't be stopped from restroom shopping.

Transgenderism is the ultimate triumph of ideology over reality – but only until something even loonier comes along. The creation of the transgendered, and demand for special rights for same, satisfies the ceaseless quest for new sexual minorities and furthers the goal of making ethical norms obsolete.

A report, also released last week, by two eminent social scientists (one a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Johns Hopkins University), posted at The New Atlantis, found, "The hypothesis that gender identity is an innate, fixed property of human beings that is independent of biological sex – that a person might be 'a man trapped in a woman's body'... is not supported by scientific evidence." It also found that "only 0.6% of U.S. adults identify as a gender that does not correspond to their biological sex."

The left believes reality is flexible – that it can be twisted and bent into any shape (made to conform to the dictates of ideology) – and that, in the name of equality or compassion, others can be compelled to affirm it.

Reality tells us that a person is born a man or a woman and will remain so till their dying day, even if they have themselves surgically altered.

Gender ideology tells us that we can develop a "gender identity" different from the one we were "assigned at birth."

Reality tells us that women and girls have a right to privacy, especially in situations where they feel particularly vulnerable, like a restroom, locker room or showers.

Gender ideology tells us that the so-called right of an individual to use the restroom etc., that conforms to his or her "gender identity," takes precedence over modesty and safety.

Reality tells us that when a human sperm fertilizes a human egg, the result is a human being.

Choicers tell us that this new life is human only if the mother wishes it to be so. For many, this is true up to the moment of birth. Thus, the nature of the unborn child is based on whim – I want it to be human, so it is. I want it not to be human, so it isn't.

Reality tells us that there are demonstrable differences (psychological as well as physical) between the sexes – differences that are biologically determined.

Feminism tells us that what is scientifically verifiable can be ignored, because it offends the notion of "gender equality," and that to acknowledge, for instance, that the average woman is weaker and less coordinated than the average man – or that males lack the nurturing instinct of females – is chauvinistic and oppressive.

Reality tells us that children need mothers and fathers, that each plays a vital role. Study after study validates this, demonstrating that children do better physically, emotionally and intellectually in a two-parent home, especially when the children are with their biological parents.

Gender ideology tells us that men are unnecessary, and that one parent (almost always a woman) is just as good as two – also that same-sex couples can raise children with no ill effects.

The left's denial of reality (or insistence that individuals can create their own private reality) isn't limited to sex.

Reality tells us that if the overwhelming majority of terrorist acts are committed by adherents of one religion – and these crimes are in accord with the teachings of their faith – it's reasonable to conclude that there's something wrong with the creed and we would do well to keep our distance from it.

The left calls this Islamophobia and says we must never generalize about any religion, even in the face of overwhelming evidence, unless that religion is Christianity and the generalization is negative.

Since leftists are totalitarians at heart, they have no problem with forcing others to affirm their ideology in the name of fairness, even when it violates their conscience. Christians are compelled to participate in same-sex ceremonies (by furnishing cakes, photography or floral arrangements), literally forced to deny the tenets of their faith, and nobody blinks an eye.

The left is terribly tolerant of men who decide, deep down inside, that they're women – and are willing to reorder the universe to support this delusion – but equally intolerant those who refuse to go along with the fraud.

The classic statement of do-it-yourself reality was a phrase in Justice Anthony Kennedy's majority opinion in Planned Parenthood v. Casey (1992), where Kennedy explained, "At the heart of liberty is the right to define one's own concept of reality, of the meaning of the universe and of the mystery of human life." This lyrical nonsense was derided by Antonin Scalia as Kennedy's "sweet mystery of life" passage.

To "define one's own concept of reality"? Really? I thought reality was defined objectively. To define reality for yourself is a type of schizophrenia.

I can't wait to see where this will take us – trans-racialism? You were born a Caucasian. But deep down inside, you've always identified as an African-American. Should blacks who were born that way be forced to affirm your chosen identity?

Hillary Clinton is the queen of DIY reality. To wit: Donations totaling $156 million to the Clinton Foundation had nothing to do with 85 meetings Hillary had with donors as Secretary of State. The allegations that her husband was a sexual predator who lied under oath were part of a "vast right-wing conspiracy." Because he didn't move fast enough to disavow David Duke, Trump abets white racism.

Clinton is often portrayed as Pinocchio in a pantsuit. But it's just possible she actually believes her fantasies, based on the ideology she first embraced at Wellesley College in the 1960s.

If the former first lady said she was a black Eskimo who invented the bicycle, in her parallel dimension, it would be true.

Don Feder is a former Boston Herald writer who is now a political/communications consultant. He also maintains a Facebook page.

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CNN Panelists Defend NFL's Kaepernick on Anti-US Statement

On Sunday's New Day on CNN, during a discussion of the NFL's Colin Kaepernick refusing to stand during the National Anthem, and his subsequent statement accusing the U.S. of being a nation that "oppresses black people," citing violence by police, both guests expressed support for him in the aftermath of his expression of anti-U.S. sentiment.

CNN political commentator Errol Louis -- also a political anchor for Time Warner Cable News -- lauded the NFL star's decision as "weighty" and, after recalling that his career could be at risk by his actions, sympathetically concluded that "we should wish him the best of luck in getting through this."

CNN host Victor Blackwell asserted that Kaepernick was "starting an important conversation" with his actions as he introduced the segment:

An NFL quarterback caught in controversy this morning, but also starting an important conversation. Colin Kaepernick refused to stand during the National Anthem before Friday night's game. Some people are calling him "shallow," "ungrateful." Others, though, are defending his right to stand up or sit down for whatever he believes. This is a statement from Kaepernick, and it's a quote.

Blackwell then read some of Kaepernick's statement on the matter:

I am not going to stand up to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses black people and people of color…

To me, this is bigger than football, and it would be selfish on my part to look the other way. There are bodies in the street and people getting paid leave and getting away with murder.

After the CNN host turned to Louis, the CNN political commentator began:

A very interesting young man and a very interesting and weighty decision that he made. Let's keep in mind, he's trying out. He's essentially on a job interview, one of the toughest job interviews you can imagine, trying to become the starting quarterback a couple of weeks out from opening day. This is the last thing that he needs, and so let's take him seriously when he says that this means a lot to him. He's putting a lot on the line, not just his endorsements but indeed his job.

Louis added:

And, you know, I am one of the people who believes that, you know, free speech means free speech for everybody, especially the speech that you don't want to hear. So it's not something that I would have done during a job interview or pretty much any other time, and I think he's going to get a lot of pushback. It's going to cost him a lot in the way of condemnation, possibly endorsements, possibly the job that he's seeking. But that, I think, just underscores how serious he is about this, and, you know, we should wish him the best of luck in getting through this.

Blackwell's other guest, A. Scott Bolden -- who served as chairman of the Washington D.C. State Democratic Committee -- gave a more full-throated endorsement of Kaepernick and his criticism of the police. The former Democratic official began:

Well, when is a good time to protest? When is a good time to exercise your First Amendment right? Is it connected to his income or football or the National Anthem? When is a good time to do that and stand up against police violence? He has an active social media campaign, he's talked about this police violence, and this is his manifestation of his protest. He has every right to do it, and I admire his courage for all that he is putting at risk. Notwithstanding his long-term contract, he is trying out for a job.

He then concluded:

Athletes historically, when they stand up with a social consciousness, have always been roundly criticized because fans -- black, white, yellow, and brown -- put them in a sports box and say that you cannot move out. Mohammed Ali moved out, and other Olympic athletes have historically moved out, and they have been roundly criticized. That comes with courage and exercising your First Amendment.

Bombshell Lawsuit Links CLINTON TO 2 MURDERS, Sickening Details Released

We know the Clinton’s have a very sordid past, with accusations of both murder and sexual assault being among the claims against them. Now, a lawsuit filed in Arkansas could truly shed some light on just how bad the Clinton’s really are.
According to papers filed in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas Western Division, Linda Ives has filed suit against various departments of the United States government under the Freedom of Information Act to learn the truth about the death of her son Larry Kevin Ives and Don Henry in 1987. (To see the full complaint,click here.)
Ms. Ives believes, according the filings, “…the only reason she has not received adequate responses is that an adequate response would show crimes by government officials and would expose them and government agencies to suits for damages.” Named in the suit are:
  • CIA
  • Defense Intelligence Agency
  • DoJ
  • DHS
  • FBI
  • United States Attorney’s Office
  • United States Department of State
  • State of Arkansas
  • Arkansas State Police
  • Bryant Police Department
  • Saline County Sheriff’s Office
This is of importance for this election in that Bill Clinton was the Governor of Arkansas when these mysterious murders took place and he is specifically mentioned as a major player throughout the complaint.
The case is famously known at The Boys on the Tracks, a Mara Leveritt book documenting the case. In her book, she claims the local medical examiner, Fahmy Malak, said the deaths were accidental, but a later report from Chief Medical Examiner of Dekalb County showed the deaths were actually homicides.
According to the book and several other reports, the boys overheard a conversation by a drug dealer and were at that location because they were expecting a drug drop to happen there and wanted to rip off the drug dealers.
The assumption here is that the boys were actually murdered by the drug cartel for trying to rip them off and then the entire incident was covered up to actually protect the operation.
This is where the tie-in to the Clinton’s begins. An Arkansas Development Finance Authority (ADFA) staffer, Larry Nichols, reportedly filed a request with the Governor’s office in 1988 for Arkansas Travelers certificates for individuals associated with these drug activities.
Later, a documentary called The Clinton Chronicles claimed the ADFA, a bonding agency Bill Clinton helped to create, was nothing more than money laundering agency for the drug cartels using Arkansas as a gateway.
Bill Clinton is further implicated in the filing as being associated with and/or having recommended CIA operatives directly involved with the Contra drug-smugglers.
There is further documentation suggesting Bill Clinton and/or his friends were receiving as much as 10 percent in “kickbacks” from these drug operations.
This case could definitively prove Clinton corruption dating back to his days as governor and possibly much earlier.
His ties to the individuals in question are well-documented, so the case seems sound, but the key is if the courts actually grant her request under the Freedom of Information Act to find out the truth about her son’s death.
If she is in fact awarded the unredacted records and documents associated with the case, it may uncover one of the most despicable and horrifying Clinton scandals to date.

Dr. James Dobson: Electing Trump to the White House ‘Would Unleash Christian Activists’

"... Christians have been deprived of their rights ..."

Christian activist Dr. James Dobson believes that a Donald Trump presidency “would unleash Christian activists to fight for their beliefs.”
Writing on the website WND, Dobson recounted a June meeting in which he met with Trump and other Christian leaders at Trump Tower in New York City.
At the meeting, he told Trump, “Our Supreme Court has struck down Bible reading in schools and even prohibited prayer to an unidentified God. Then, they banned the posting of the Ten Commandments on bulletin boards. From there, the limitation on religious liberties has become even more egregious,” he wrote.
“Most recently, President Obama and Hillary Clinton have been referring to ‘freedom of worship,’ rather than ‘freedom of religion.’ Do you understand their motive? They are suggesting that Americans are free to worship in their churches and synagogues, but not in the public square,” he told Trump.
He said that Trump responded by calling it an “outrage that Christians have been deprived of their rights to speak openly on behalf of the values and principles in which they believe.”
Dobson noted that Trump criticized the Johnson Amendment, a 1954 piece of tax code that bans political participation by churches, as well as other tax-exempt not-for-profit groups. The amendment was supported by then-Sen. Lyndon Johnson, D-Texas.
+Dobson said Trump’s promise to overturn the amendment “would have a great impact on Washington because it would unleash Christian activists to fight for their beliefs.”
Trump has kept faith with the ministers with whom he met. The Republican platform includes a plank to abolish the amendment.
“We’re going to get rid of that horrible Johnson amendment and we’re going to let evangelicals, we’re going to let Christians and Jews and people of religion talk without being afraid to talk,” Trump said last month.
Jerry Falwell Jr., president of Liberty University, has said that eliminating the amendment “is almost as important for Christians as the appointment of Supreme Court justices.”
Trump himself has said that ending the ban can be a catalytic moment for religion in America.
“I think maybe that will be my greatest contribution to Christianity — and other religions — is to allow you, when you talk religious liberty, to go and speak openly, and if you like somebody or want somebody to represent you, you should have the right to do it,” Trump told Dobson and the other clergy at their June meeting, saying religious leaders in America were “petrified” of running afoul of the ban.
“You talk about religious liberty and religious freedom, you don’t have any religious freedom if you think about it,” he said then.

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