Paul Wilson: Your Scribe Gets a Better Feel for Weiner, Huma & Hillary

carlos-danger_0Here we sit, two days after New York mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner got the old ruler to the knuckles for sexting…

That after the former congressman was caught yet again playing the Package Card. You have to wonder what’s going through this guy’s head?

He has to feel like the perv who knocks on the door of his intended Internet love interest only to have “To Catch a Predator” host Chris Hanson answer…a second time.

How’s that possible?

Not a good day for Carlos Danger.


What makes a guy do something like this over and over when he has so much to lose?

You know, a beautiful young (but apparently stupid) wife, a new baby, the prospects of getting a kickass job. Allow me to suggest a few possibilities.

carlos 1Weiner grew up in NYC.

His dad was a lawyer, his mom a math teacher. Little Anthony was a bright kid by all accounts and scored high enough on aptitude tests to allow him entry into the prestigious Brooklyn Technical High School, ranked in the Top 50 in the US.

Brooklyn Tech specializes in math and science, kind of a Geek University.

Speaking of which, one could easily conjure the image of Weiner as the resident band nerd. A smart, quirky kid, who was likely teased and pushed around by his classmates. The kid who initially aspired to be a TV weatherman.

Face it, elementary and middle school kids can be pretty cruel, especially if you have a name like WEINER.

After getting a BA in Poly Sci in 1985, Weiner joined the staff of then Congressman and now Senator Chuck Schumer. Schumer encouraged Weiner to run for local office, to get a feel for political life and he won a seat on the City Council and later Congress.

It was in politics Weiner got his first taste of power. His opinion mattered, people wanted his vote. Like Steve Martin in The Jerk, the new phone books came out and Weiner WAS SOMEBODY!

All of that ended with his resignation in June 2011 after Weiner sent promo pics of his package to some errant constituents.

Prior to his downfall, Weiner’s positions won him priviledge and power previously unavailable to a high school geek. He became somebody. He was able to step outside his league and marry Huma Abedin, a stunningly gorgeous woman of Muslim descent.

6a011168d1d6d0970c01538f0f54be970b-580wiHuma too was prewired for political position and she became the personal assistant and Chief of Staff for Hillary Clinton.

Spin the hands of the clock to Tuesday of this week and there’s Weiner on national television again  getting spanked. Forcing his wife to make the trip to the mic explaining how she’s going to stick it out.

And where did Huma learn how to do this?

One word; Hillary.

She’s learned a lot from her years with Hillary and they’ve become inseparable.

But is there more to this story?

I have a friend in the State Department who tells me it’s been a widespread rumor that Huma and Hillary have had their own little thing going on for years. I had no idea.

But Google “Huma Hillary Affair” and you get 177,000 hits. More if you narrow down your search terms.

I’m not saying where there’s smoke there’s fire, but that’s sure a lot of hits. 

1355452598742velthumbGoogle “Harley is cool” and you only get 37,500 hits…mostly about motorcycles.

Huma’s taken some heat over her family ties to the Muslim Brotherhood.

She’s stepped back lately and taken a different role with Hillary. More as a consultant, but she still lives in a $700K condo. Not a bad gig. Hundreds of photos are available of her fawning over Hillary and my sources say if aids call Hillary early or late, its Huma who answers.

So is there more to Weinergate than meets the eye?

Gennifer Flowers, Bill Clinton’s one time love interest wrote a book, “Passion and Betrayal.” Flip to page 42 and let’s read together a conversation Gennifer allegedly had with Bill:

There’s something you need to know. I’ve been hearing tales around town that Hillary is having another thing with a woman.” I watched his face to see his reaction, and couldn’t believe it when he burst out laughing. I was stunned! I asked him what was so funny. “Honey,” he said, “she’s probably eaten more p**** than I have.” Bill said he had known for a long time that Hillary was attracted to women, and it didn’t really bother him anymore.”


Now what kind of picture do we start to get of Weiner and Huma?

Could all of this somehow explain Carlos Danger?

I mean, it doesn’t change the fact Weiner’s a dirt bag, but who knows what choices people sometimes make?
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23 Responses to Paul Wilson: Your Scribe Gets a Better Feel for Weiner, Huma & Hillary

  1. b12 says:

    Even if it’s a marriage of political convenience (a Jewish guy marrying a Muslim girl with ties to radical Islam? crazy) so that Weiner is better connected and Huma has her beard…Weiner is a complete dumbass with the texts. It’s like he subconsciously wanted to get caught.

    Clinton is the master pussyhound. He doesn’t jack around with texts…just gets in there and plows the field. I don’t agree with the guy’s politics, but he’d probably be hilarious to run around with.

  2. Sergent Shriver Stedenko says:

    Back in the immediate post Clinton-era when Bill had his high profile Harlem office, Hillary and Huma actually lived together and would make public appearances together. They had a Broad Street apartment in Philly and were quite the talk of the town at the time.

    • paulwilsonkc says:

      Sergent, as my friend told me, it’s a well known secret. Isn’t it strange we get a media ear full of Weiner and his ill advised misdeeds, but no where do we hear; “marriage, what marriage, his wife has been romantically linked to Hilldabeast for over a decade!?!”
      Nope, no one talks about that angle. I can’t find it anywhere other than what I wrote.

      • Sergent Shriver Stedenko says:

        If you REALLY want to dig down the rabbit hole a bit look into Mrs. Weiner’s familial connections to the Muslim Brotherhood and why that led to a denial of a security clearance as Hillary’s Deputy Chief of Staff and led to her being revised to ‘consultant’ (not subject to obtaining a security clearance). It was still held out to the public and press that she was the Deputy Chief of Staff even though she had be officially demoted.

        • paulwilsonkc says:

          Serg, that doesn’t seem to be a real secret and it blows me away. When she was Sec State she’s, allegedly, deeply, ahh, “involved” with Huma. She’s openly Muslim. It’s not at all hidden her Dad and brother are significantly involved and members of the Brotherhood.

          Stop and think about that.

          You don’t think we are the only two who know that, do you? Of course not. But it’s certainly overlooked and it couldn’t be any more dangerous.

          Suppose Huma was there with ill intent and one morning she would have said, “Hill, I’ve got the pictures, videos, a ten year affair under my belt…’s what you’re going to do or you’ll NEVER be President.

          Remember Benghazi?

  3. Orphan of the Road says:

    Wilber Mills would be cock of the walk in today’s Congress.

    As taught to me by Professor Harold Hill, Purdue University’s Gary Conservatory of Music, gold medal class of ’05, the sadder but wiser one for me.

    Voting the people money from the treasury is the norm for all now. Sucking the teat of government is an equal-opportunity-grift. The laws of nature say you get nothing for free, I ain’t gonna eat no government cheese.

  4. dreamwriter326 says:

    Paul, not to come down too hard on this, but I do believe you lifted the quote that starts “There’s something you need to know,” straight out of an article posted on the website on May 29. It’s important for us as readers to know that, rather than to be led to believe that you have the book in front of you, turned to Page 42.

    You are a smart enough writer that you don’t need to resort to plagiarism. Unless you are the author of the mrconservative article (and you very well could be for all I know) you as a “scribe” should have told us where you really got that quote. To do otherwise is to erode the credibility you’re trying to achieve with your otherwise informed observations.

    That’s all I have. Thanks for considering this as constructive criticism from a guy who has been writing for public consumption for 25 years and counting.

  5. harley says:

    whats worse…a former congressman who sexts to young women or
    a wife beater and deadbeat dad?

    • The Real Harley says:

      A third option, someone like me, a fake name coward, who hides in the dark and throws accusations at others.

  6. paulwilsonkc says:

    Dream, I thought I made it abundantly clear by bolding the section, referencing the book, title, author and page that it came from that I’d covered that base. And actually, the book quote was sent to me by my friend I mentioned, via email. I have no idea where he got it. I hadn’t read the book and that was the first acknowledgement I’d seen from Bill about her external interests.
    Be that as it may, I will be more attentive in citing it more clearly if you think that wasn’t done.

  7. dreamwriter326 says:

    I think what got me were two things: First, “flip to page 42 and let’s read together” had me picturing you with the book right there. The second is that you blended a real-life anonymous source to whom you did speak with a citation from a book that you didn’t read. The line starts blurring if you’re not specific, that’s all.

    I enjoy reading most of your articles (especially the ones 500 words or less) and I hope you continue writing them. You’re a businessman with a way with words, and your experience gives your writing legitimate weight.

    I did what you suggested and Googled “Huma Hillary Affair,” and seven entries down I saw the intriguing headline, “Hillary Clinton To Admit To Being Lesbian In New Tell-All Book.” I would wager a Boulevard Pilsner that your friend found the quote in the same article and passed it along. It’s a good, eye-opening quote and I don’t blame you for passing it on!

    • The Real Harley says:

      Dream, thanks for parroting the length comment; I’ve heard it from my editor a time or two. I’m going to focus on keeping the count down. I realize this isn’t a forum where people are looking for a novel and I tend to error on the side of too much detail. As I’ve been told as late as today, “travel light”.
      Thanks for the input, I’m still doing this in training wheel mode but I’m far more published than some who tout J School degrees and write like 3rd graders, so I’m pleased with how it’s coming.
      I admitted my learning curve was vertical!

    • paulwilsonkc says:

      Dream, thanks for parroting the length comment; I’ve heard it from my editor a time or two. I’m going to focus on keeping the count down. I realize this isn’t a forum where people are looking for a novel and I tend to error on the side of too much detail. As I’ve been told as late as today, “travel light”.
      Thanks for the input, I’m still doing this in training wheel mode but I’m far more published than some who tout J School degrees and write like 3rd graders, so I’m pleased with how it’s coming.
      I admitted my learning curve was vertical!

  8. paulwilsonkc says:

    Sorry to double post that, just wanted to get the message across….

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  10. chuck says:

    Ok, so the down side to hypergamy is you can only marry lesbians?

  11. paulwilsonkc says:

    Chuck, that’s one conclusion I’m leaving to the reader but if you’re doing a poll of only two couples, it appears to be fact.

  12. Superfatdummy says:

    But really at the end of the day what does all this he did, she did, and they did, really have to do about anything? Nothing.

    • paulwilsonkc says:

      How does it affect me, living in the ghetto of Olathe, as your homosexual half brother Harlinator says? It doesn’t.
      But it’s in the news and, as usual, I have an angle NO ONE anywhere in the media has presented.
      No way around that. I should have just posted it on my “nationul blogg” where it would have gotten 250 LIKES!

      • Superfatdummy says:

        Well I mean he got caught doing something he shouldn’t have been doing well maybe shouldn’t have been doing. In light of all that is wrong in the world today we focus on things of this nature. Did he break any laws, No. His wife is the one who loses here and that is an issue for those two to deal with. But is she really squeaky clean herself? That depends on maybe your own personal moral views. But it appears he is a man that shouldn’t be married in the first place. In light of our political scene this is really minor and he isn’t even in office so lets make a mountain out of what millions of people are doing everyday on the internet. To me it’s just more media BS.

        • mike says:

          It shows he lacks integrity and character. As Harry Truman once said: “If a man’s wife can’t trust him, why should anybody else trust him?”.

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