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Andrew Breitbart on Weiner and women’s porn preferences

By Kase Wickman
Wednesday, June 8, 2011 10:37 EDT
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Controversial conservative blogger Andrew Breitbart has at least one more lewd picture of embattled Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY), one that he says “is worth more than a thousand words,” and he warned Wednesday in a Daily Beast article that he may release it if provoked.

“My takeaway from the Clinton years is that the women in his life withstood relentless investigations and dissemination of information about them as a means to tell other women to keep their mouths shut,” Breitbart said, alluding to Weiner and his wife’s close relationship with the former presidential couple. “If these women, who are part of an investigation, receive a similar message through the releasing of harmful private information about them, I’d consider that to be an act of warfare [and release the final photo]…I’ve seen it happen too many times from the Clinton camp.”

Breitbart, in addition to saying he consider’s the congressman’s actions to be “an act of warfare,” painted himself as the ultimate ladies’ man. He knows what women want, he said, when it comes to pornographic images.

The now-infamous close-up shot of Weiner’s erect penis that was disseminated to various women online, Breitbart said, is not it.

“I know now with 100 percent confidence that this guy is a narcissist,” Breitbart said. “He was not sending photos to women to allow for what pleases women, which is a nice kind of cuddle or sweet nothings about how beautiful you are—which is what it takes in that department.”

Breitbart is not surprised that Weiner said in his press conference Monday that he does not plan to resign. Under the pressure of an ethics investigation called for by Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Breitbart predicts a collapse of ego.

“The man thinks the world revolves around him. I think he’s going to find out very soon that it’s Nancy Pelosi’s world and he just happens to thinly live in it right now.”

Kase Wickman
Kase Wickman
Kase Wickman is a reporter for Raw Story. She holds a journalism degree from Boston University and grew up in Eugene, OR. Her work has been featured in The Boston Globe, Village Voice Media, The Christian Science Monitor, The Houston Chronicle and on NPR, among others. She lives in New York City and tweets from @kasewickman.
 
 
 
 
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