After making a jackass of himself by denying ever having sent pictures of his crotch to a young woman. After denouncing as outrageous being questioned if he ever had inappropriate online relationships with young women. After verbally assaulting a CNN reporter who did not like the congressman’s attempts to sidestep his simple questions. The New York Congressman acknowledged he had engaged in sexually charged exchanges on the internet with at least a half-dozen women during the past three years, and that indeed that was his picture. “The picture was of me, and I sent it,” he said in a press conference at the Sheraton Hotel in Manhattan. He then continued to crash and burn by stating he never has had sex outside of his marriage. He continued to aver the women with whom he’s had these online affairs were all adults. He didn’t know however if in fact this is true. He claims all the women had in their profiles, ages that stated they were of age. He refused to resign and promised to try very hard to go back to work to be a better person and a better man and a better husband.
Adding to his problems, Democratic leaders in the House of Representatives immediately called for an ethics probe into the congressman’s taudry behavior and Andrew Breitbart, a journalist whose Web site has helped fuel this story warned he has obtained an even more shocking, X-rated photo of Weiner that “would destroy his family” if it was ever published. Of all the mistakes made by the congressman his worst was attacking the press for seeking the truth.