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Anthony Weiner on Republican Primary Voters: ‘Mouth-Breathing, Hunched Over, One-Tooth’

Anthony Weiner on Republican Primary Voters: ‘Mouth-Breathing, Hunched Over, One-Tooth’

Weiner Knows a Thing or Two When It Comes to Hunching Over While Breathing Through the Mouth

When it comes to hunching over while breathing through the mouth, he surely knows a thing or two. . . If you’re the perviest creep in politics, you really shouldn’t insult millions of decent Americans in the most denigrating terms. But hey, you’re disgraced ex-congressman Anthony Weiner, husband of close Hillary aide Huma Abedin. Appearing on today’s With All Due Respect, Weiner, slumped in his chair in T-shirt and jeans, said that Donald Trump “appeals to that mouth-breathing, hunched over, one-tooth person that is the primary voter for Republicans.”

For good measure, Weiner said “I will eat Heilemann’s shoes” if Hillary doesn’t win in a blowout. He went on to call Trump “an anti-Semitic, anti-Hispanic, xenophobic ass,” stopping just short of adding another syllable to that last word. Weiner clearly hasn’t learned a thing. He gives off the same angry, out-of-control, exhibitionist vibe as he did back in the days that his pixelated private parts adorned the front pages.

Anthony Weiner- Republican Primary Voters are ‘Mouth-Breathing, Hunched Over, One-Tooth’ from Mark Finkelstein on Vimeo.

MARK HALPERIN: Where are you sort of on the range now of the possibilities of the outcome of the presidential? What’s the best Hillary Clinton can do and kind of the worst?

ANTHONY WEINER: I will eat Heilemann’s shoes if this isn’t a blowout. Just structurally the thing–you cannot be an anti-Semitic, anti-hispanic, xenophobic ass and get elected President of the United States in 2016. And on the other hand you have arguably the most qualified person since maybe George Washington running. And the people that decide presidential elections are not the hard-core Democrats or the hard-core Republicans. They’re the casual voter that looks up from their morning newspaper or tries to figure out who’s going to protect my family, who’s going to gradually make life a little bit better for me and my community. And that’s Hillary Clinton and not an erratic jerk like Donald Trump.

JOHN HEILEMANN: I appreciate that when you were about to use that profanity.

WEINER: I wasn’t sure —

HEILEMANN: — that we didn’t have to bleep. Thank you for that. I appreciate that. We don’t have a seven-second delay. You held back just enough. You went for one syllable rather than two.

WEINER: That’s the new me.

HEILEMANN: A model of restraint. Tell me one thing that you admire about Donald Trump as a candidate? Something you would say: he does that well.

WEINER: Here’s the thing —

HEILEMANN: — he’s dangerous —

WEINER: I think he’s wildly overrated as a candidate. He is like the thousand monkeys you put in front of a typewriter and every once in a while they type a sentence. He’s not that good. And by the way, you’re going to see it at the convention. Mr. Great-at-entertainent, great at that kind of stuff. I very rarely see something that he does that I go, wow, that was pretty shrewd or pretty smart. That’s not the way he rolls. He appeals to that mouth-breathing, kind of hunched over, one-tooth person that is the primary voter for Republicans. And that’s fine by me. This is good natural selection thing we’re doing here. We’re learning who the 30% are in this country who probably shouldn’t be in charge of anything.

I am amazed that the Hillary campaign lets this creep appear on national TV.


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ScottTheEngineer | July 7, 2016 at 8:04 pm

It is I, Carlos Danger.

Mr. Finkelstein, I have thanked you on a prior occasion for bravely watching the other side, so to speak, so that I don’t have to, but this just goes too far. It’s admirable to take one for the team, but Anthony Wiener? Stop, man, before your head explodes.

*Off to find the brain bleach…

    Mark Finkelstein in reply to Anonamom. | July 7, 2016 at 8:26 pm

    Thanks again, Anomamom. It really is my, twisted, pleasure 😉

    I am amazed that Hillary’s campaign permits this loose cannon of a pervy creep out on national TV. Unless they have lost control of him, which doesn’t speak well for Hillary or her closest aide, Huma.

      Estragon in reply to Mark Finkelstein. | July 8, 2016 at 9:21 am

      It’s on Bloomberg TV, which I often watch for financial coverage – Citigroup’s Tobias Levkovich was on this morning with very insightful comments. But I expect their political shows get a few wonks and fewer others.

      If we had nominated anyone but Trump, Weiner would be on a long vacation (or have met with an unfortunate accident).

      His attempts to insult Trumpkins are laughable. They relish their ignorance; it defines them. And besides, he’s a Joo.

      Another Voice in reply to Mark Finkelstein. | July 8, 2016 at 1:30 pm

      Perhaps the wardrobe is the tell. Carlos made his appearance on the show after he escaped his “daycare monitor” on the excuse he was taking out “the trash” .

Sez the humiliated pervert who harbors a foreign spy in his household.

“But hey, you’re disgraced ex-congressman Anthony Weiner, wife of close Hillary aide Huma Abedin.”

Great insult, calling this guy a wife! Now don’t tell us it was an error…

Char Char Binks | July 7, 2016 at 9:36 pm

Hilarious! I bet Huma thinks he’s funny.

The Democrats say over and over that they are for the little guy (and the MSM supports them on this). The fact is that they are just a bunch of elitists who hold everyone else in contempt and would be far more happy as rulers in a dictatorship than contenders in a republic.

Former senator, eternal jerk.

I will pray for this ‘minimally exceptional’ man.

I really appreciate it when Democrats do this.

Its basically a Public Service Announcement.

Democrats HATE YOU!! They HATE YOU because you want to live in a Free country. They HATE YOU because you have principles. They HATE YOU even more if you are a person of faith.

Oh, and you are STUPID if you don’t vote for them.

And you were born a RACIST, just because you’re white, and they’ll call you a RACIST every time you disagree with anything they say.

Then, they’re shocked that you don’t vote for them. Simply can’t understand it.

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Ho. Lee. Sh**. Was that five years ago?

I miss Andrew.

Very odd. I wonder what the purpose of this juvenile display was.

The main PR job for both parties right now is to increase votes for one party, and suppress votes for the other party.

This silly performance does neither. Not even the stupidest, most bigoted Dem voters are going to find it inspirational. Not even the most timid Repub voter is going to spend Nov 8 cowering under his bed. And not even the most confused independent is going to be swayed by Weiner’s irrefutable logic or dazzling wit.

Perhaps it’s just another manifestation of Weiner’s uncontrollable desire for … well, let’s just call it public exposure.

I bet Weiner hasn’t gotten any from Huma since she found out he was wagging his weenie at underage girls. He probably has a different internet account now and is still doing it.

Carlos Danger??? What a waste of oxygen! Does he have ANY credibility?

Surely he’s not suggesting that certain people shouldn’t be able to vote?

I mean, it sure seems like it bothers him that these hunched-over, toothless hillbillies he’s whining about have votes that matter just as much as his.

Sneaky Pete | July 8, 2016 at 9:03 am

Why is this douche bag relevant?

Common Sense | July 8, 2016 at 11:13 am

With All Due Respect thanks so much for letting Carlos Danger
spew his nonsense about voters who disagree with him.

This is a guy who took photos of his hot dog and sent them to various women on twitter.

Great rep for the Clinton campaign! Just wonderful!

I bet Carlos and Billy get along just fine! 🙂

This guy is so, ” Yesterday’s News,” that any comments that he espouses, is meaningless.

The Friendly Grizzly | July 8, 2016 at 3:31 pm

His expression of contempt for ordinary people sounds like that of Adlai Stevenson, who held some less than complimentary views of the not-rich. The only difference is that Weiner expresses himself in a less hoity-toity fashion.

Mr. Carlos Danger is full of it — I can’t take any more. Excuse me, I need to go brush my tooth!

This guy is commenting on someone else’s personal appearance? Okay. Tony’s negative feedback facilities are malfunctioning.