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Weiner’s a Problem but Huma Abedin is a Bigger Problem
« on: July 27, 2013, 04:50:25 PM »
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Weiner’s a Problem but Huma Abedin is a Bigger Problem

On Thursday, Huma Abedin had been flogged across the airwaves by the MSM as being “intelligent,” “delicate,” “brave” and was lauded for “standing by her man.” The degenerate Anthony Weiner had “made a mistake.” Several, actually. Why the deafening cacophony of praise? Because Abedin and the State Department are under Senate investigation and MSM is trying to deflect damaging public scrutiny of Abedin/Hillary/State Department wrongdoing.

If the investigation sinks Abedin, it might also derail a potential presidential run by Hillary Clinton in 2016. Abedin and Hillary are indiscrete in more ways than one.

According to FOX News “Abedin is facing her own troubles — less salacious than her husband's, but potentially more severe.”

Abedin was Hillary Clinton’s deputy chief of staff at the State Department. The title changed, according to Politico, when Abedin took maternity leave during the summer of 2012. Clinton awarded her bosom buddy of 15 years the title of “special government employee.”

Abedin’s part-time labors on behalf of the State Department netted her an annual salary of $135,000 — $155,000 with benefits. The status change was kept secret. It was unearthed by The Politico in May, 2013. Being a “special government employee” gave Abedin plenty of time with her new family but it also permitted Abedin to pursue other, more lucrative jobs while on the government payroll.

For example, as a consultant for Teneo.

Teneo trades stocks and bonds. Abedin’s security clearance and access to insider trading information is at issue here, among other possible infractions. Such as keeping her nose in the government feeding trough at taxpayer expense while rooting for truffles in greener pastures. Abedin’s part-time consulting gig  with Teneo harvested an additional $355,000 annually. Bill Clinton is a board member of Teneo. According to a witness, Abedin was also employed, during that time, privately by no less than four entities: Hillary, the State Department, Teneo, and the William Jefferson Clinton Foundation. Heckuva gig for a stay-at-home mom.

The Senate investigation, headed by Senator Charles Grassley (R-IA), has, thus far, not received a single document requested from either the State Department or Abedin.  Grassley wrote to Abedin: “I am concerned that the ‘special government employee’ designation blurs the line between public and private sector employees, especially when employees receive full-time salaries for what appears to be part-time work…” Abedin responded with a letter denying any wrongdoing. Well, there it is; she says so, so it must be true…right?

Abedin’s career has morphed again. Since March, Abedin has been working exclusively for Hillary, fronting Clinton’s post-State Department transition team. Abedin’s career-hopping, favored treatment by Clinton is not just a one-off event. According to Politico: “It’s similar, in many respects, to the way many Clinton aides were paid for years while she was a senator... Other loyalists, such as longtime Clinton aide Kelly Craighead and other confidants, later went on to lucrative work with Clinton-allied organizations.”

Abedin staunchly declared to the press that she is in love with Weiner. Doubtful. What she is in love with, however, is power. She is following the lessons picked up while squatting at her mentor’s feet. Hillary has a long history of  pursuing criminal activity while clutching the coattails of men. She pleaded “no contest “to at least five fundraising schemes, was implicated in the Whitewater scandal, defrauded former clients while with the Rose Law Firm, pleaded a loss of memory no fewer than 250 times during Congressional hearings, and parlayed insider information of the stock market into a personal gain of hundreds of thousands of dollars, just to name a few.

She was the first FLOTUS to come under criminal investigation; a special prosecutor stated that she’d narrowly avoided indictment only because of her status as First Lady. She’s even sidestepping State Department ineptitude and the Benghazi disgrace successfully.

Hillary is the venal, incompetent tool the left is pitching as the first female president. Abedin must stand by Weiner as Hillary stood by her trouser-snake of a husband in order to replace criminality with loyalty in the public’s consciousness.

If that dodge continues to work, the jackass won’t be Democrat; it will be us.

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Re: Weiner’s a Problem but Huma Abedin is a Bigger Problem
« Reply #1 on: September 09, 2013, 09:01:45 AM »
Gossip columnist Cindy Adams, NY Post, writes for today's edition:
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Notice Mrs. Deeply in Love Happily Married Anthony Weiner is nowhere on the campaign trail? De Blasio’s family except for grandma is on TV. Christine Quinn ’s partner is giving interviews. Catsimatidis’ blond wife and daughter are stumping. Mrs. John Liu’s feeding the hungry and unwashed. Both George McDonalds are everywhere together but the men’s room.

Mme. Huma Abedin Weiner? No place. No accident. It’s been discussed at home. Rehashed over the kitchen table or wherever he’s dressed. Maybe she discovered maybe things maybe she didn’t maybe even know about him before maybe. Maybe. I only know glued right now to Mister Piggy she isn’t.

Maybe Huma's time is taken up with Muslim Brotherhood business.
The only difference between the Democrats and the Republicans is that the Democrats allow the poor to be corrupt, too.
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Re: Weiner’s a Problem but Huma Abedin is a Bigger Problem
« Reply #2 on: September 09, 2013, 11:08:35 AM »
Gossip columnist Cindy Adams, NY Post, writes for today's edition:Maybe Huma's time is taken up with Muslim Brotherhood business.


That's my guess. Since her hubby has gone so far downhill, and has become a laughing stock, he will no longer serve a purpose for her. She will dump him within a year. It was NYC she was after, not loyalty to rotten Weiner.

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Re: Weiner’s a Problem but Huma Abedin is a Bigger Problem
« Reply #3 on: September 09, 2013, 11:36:48 AM »
Let's just be happy that Hillary Clinton is not black....because there's no way that this will not become a HUGE issue for "pantsuit cankles".
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Re: Weiner’s a Problem but Huma Abedin is a Bigger Problem
« Reply #4 on: September 09, 2013, 12:20:17 PM »
"Hillary has a long history of  pursuing criminal activity while clutching the coattails of men. She pleaded “no contest “to at least five fundraising schemes, was implicated in the Whitewater scandal, defrauded former clients while with the Rose Law Firm, pleaded a loss of memory no fewer than 250 times during Congressional hearings, and parlayed insider information of the stock market into a personal gain of hundreds of thousands of dollars, just to name a few.

She was the first FLOTUS to come under criminal investigation; a special prosecutor stated that she’d narrowly avoided indictment only because of her status as First Lady. She’s even sidestepping State Department ineptitude and the Benghazi disgrace successfully."

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If you read the above paragraphs carefully, you will shudder to think this criminal will be going after the presidency and millions of people will vote for her. 
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Re: Weiner’s a Problem but Huma Abedin is a Bigger Problem (UPDATE)
« Reply #5 on: January 21, 2014, 09:10:01 AM »
Anthony Weiner, wife hunt for cheaper digs
By Stephanie Smith/New York Post
January 21, 2014 | 2:34am


Disgraced pol Anthony Weiner and his wife, Huma Abedin, are looking to move out of their $12,000-a-month Park Avenue South rental to a cheaper place.

“Their lease is up in a couple of months, so they are looking at apartments,” a source told us.

The pervy former mayoral candidate and the aide to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton were spotted looking at apartments last week in the Gramercy area, spies said, east of the $3.3 million, four-bedroom rental they’ve been living in that’s owned by Democratic donor Jack Rosen, a close pal of Bill Clinton.

Citi Habitats broker Brian Morgan told Page Six the couple toured a three-bedroom, 2¹/₂ -bathroom unit at 340 E. 23rd St., the Philippe Starck­designed building near Second Avenue dubbed Gramercy Starck.

The apartment’s $8,000-per-month rent would signifcantly bring down Weiner and Abedin’s overhead.

We’re told that the modern unit they toured includes brand-new appliances, a private balcony and floor-to-ceiling windows. The high-rise building boasts a fitness center, billiards room, screening room and landscaped outdoor terrace.

Morgan told us about the couple, who have a son, Jordan: “He didn’t talk much; she was very nice. She was in control. She was asking all the questions and was way more vocal.”

When Weiner presided over New York’s 9th Congressional District, he and Abedin owned a two bedroom co-op in Forest Hills. They sold the Queens property for $430,000 shortly after Weiner’s first sexting scandal and resignation in 2011. In August 2012, the couple moved into Rosen’s pricey pad.

The Post previously estimated the monthly rent on the four-bedroom apartment at between $12,000 and $14,000. Weiner watchers at the time wondered how the couple could afford it. But he’s reportedly pulling in between $300,000 and $400,000 annually as a political consultant, while Abedin makes $150,000.

Reps for the couple didn’t get back to us.
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Re: Weiner’s a Problem but Huma Abedin is a Bigger Problem
« Reply #6 on: January 21, 2014, 09:39:35 AM »
There was a young Jew from New York,
Who tweeted a pic of his pork
His wifey's a Muzzie
And the picture was fuzzy
Halal?  "I must get back to work"

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Re: Weiner’s a Problem but Huma Abedin is a Bigger Problem
« Reply #7 on: March 18, 2014, 08:35:36 AM »
She's transacting official gubmint bidness over a cell phone in a public place? Or maybe just exchanging pleasantries with her relatives in the Muslim Brotherhood ...
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Weiner serenades son Jordan with ‘Itsy Bitsy Spider’
By Emily Smith, NY Post
March 17, 2014 | 11:00pm


Daddy duty is certainly keeping Anthony Weiner busy.

On Sunday afternoon, the scandal- scarred former US congressman, his wife Huma Abedin and 2-year-old son Jordan Zain had lunch at Hillstone restaurant on Park Avenue South.

As they waited for a table at the busy joint, Huma, Hillary Clinton’s top aide, could be heard talking business on her cellphone.

Meanwhile, Weiner entertained little Jordan by singing nursery rhymes, including “The Itsy Bitsy Spider.”

The only difference between the Democrats and the Republicans is that the Democrats allow the poor to be corrupt, too.
--- Oscar Levant


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