Anthony Weiner hoped to convince people that the picture sent on Twitter to a young, single female was so much of an anomaly that the crotch shot couldn’t possibly have come from him. Unfortunately, another woman has come forward to claim that Weiner had a habit of sending personal pictures via Twitter to young women. Andrew Breitbart has begun posting the series of photos at Big Government, and unlike the crotch shot, we can say with certitude that the pictures are definitely Weiner’s:
A new woman has come forward with what she claims are photographs, chats, and emails with Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY). These appear to undermine severely Rep. Weiner’s explanations that he was the victim of a “prank” or a “hack.”
The detailed new information suggests that the Brooklyn- and Queens-based representative and the young woman in question were involved in an online, consensual relationship involving the mutual exchange of intimate photographs.
BigGovernment.com and BigJournalism.com were approached regarding this information more than a week prior to the separate, independent event of Friday, May 27, 2011, when a link to the now-infamous “gray underwear” photograph appeared publicly on Rep. Weiner’s Twitter feed.
True to the Breitbart style, Big Government (and Big Journalism, which will cross-post) will roll these out at a deliberate pace during the day — and the first two pictures make it clear that the sender was Weiner. The first photo, in fact, is a head shot of Weiner with a handwritten note below that says “me” with an arrow pointing up to his face. The second photo offers a double entendre message of “Me and the pussys [sic]”, which shows two cats on the counch while Weiner relaxes in an undershirt. It’s not exactly a professional Congressional outreach, and the sexual innuendo is more than a little creepy under the circumstances.
The first pic could be explained away as a playful but still professional moment with a supporter. The second … not so much. Since the pictures are clearly of Weiner, it ends the “hacking” excuse that Weiner and his supporters have been using for the last several days, even after Yfrog insisted that it hadn’t been hacked at all. The question now becomes what a married Congressman is doing tweeting “intimate” photos of himself to another woman at all — and how many more women might Weiner have been sending pictures of himself on the QT.
I’m assuming that the intimacy quotient of the photos will only increase as the day wears along. Stay tuned at the Breitbart sites for more.