I’m not, and I’ll tell you why. Anyone who is familiar with Weener before this knows he is a loud-mouth, a demagogue of the worst sort, a highly partisan and asinine attack dog who’s temperament was finally shown to the public at large at that press conference. He is the perfect person for which “it couldn’t happen to a nicer guy” was written.
Human events has a nice article speculating that his days as loud-mouthed asshole attack dog are now over, as he has now become a punchline. Most of the world is being introduced to Mr. Weiner by this episode, but he is well-known in leftist circles, and this has to be driving them bat-shit crazy, especially since Breitbart seems tangentially involved, however far-removed.
This story could hardly be better, but I think it is going to, because my guess is Weiner has been Twitter-cybering and sending photos of himself to young ladies, and eventually one of them is going to go public, notwithstanding most of them seem to be hard-left partisans themselves, something I would guess he thought would buy their loyalty. If he’s damaged goods anyway, we have the Prisoner’s Dilemma here: the first one to go public will win the most money/attention/what have you, so it’s only a matter of time.