Hillary’s Sick Sexual Secret Leaked After Investigators Made Discovery on Seized Laptop

Kirsters Baish| New York Police Department detectives along with sources who worked the underage child pornography case against Anthony Weiner came out this week to confirm that the laptop that was taken from Hillary Clinton proved that she did indeed know that Weiner was involved in a long-term sexual relationship with a minor. She did nothing to bring it to the attention of any state or any federal authorities. She did nothing to protect the innocent 15-year-old female victim. By not blowing the whistle on Weiner, Clinton allowed the abuse to continue for four more months.

Corrupt Hillary Clinton was too busy pushing her own presidential campaign along with help from Weiner’s wife, Huma Abedin, to bring any attention to the scandal. While his wife was helping promote Clinton, Weiner was at home sexting with the 15-year-old and sending her online porn as well as expressing his own sickening rape fantasies. The worst part of it all is that authorities have confirmed that Weiner also spoke to the young girl on the phone several times.

The Anthony Weiner scandals are truly one for the record books. They involve everything from sexting cases in which he was sentenced to 21 months in prison to him pleading guilty to sexting with a 15-year-old female. The former representative became famous back in 2010 after a passionate speech in Congress after which he was shot down in a scandal which involved him sexting numerous females for multiple years. The former New York Democratic congressman was taken to prison on Monday following a sentence of 21 months in prison back in September. He was federally charged with sending sexually explicit content to a teenage female. Weiner shed tears as the judge read off his sentence. He is currently being held at the Federal Medical Center Devens in Massachusetts. The former congressman was also told that he had to register as a sex offender. The 15-year-old girl from North Carolina explained to the Daily Mail that in 2016 she and Weiner had sent explicit messages back and forth for months. She made claims that he requested that she film herself stripping naked. Before his sentencing, Weiner agreed that he would not appeal any sentence between 21 and 27 months in prison. He could have been sentenced to up to 10 years.

Fox News outlined the events:

July 2010:

Weiner and Abedin, who met in 2001, got married in New York. Former President Bill Clinton officiated the ceremony.

That same month, Weiner, who was a Democratic representative at the time, gave a moving speech on the House floor after a bill to provide aid to 9/11 emergency responders failed. Weiner gained notoriety and soon started becoming a known name in the political world.

May 2011:
The first photo of the scandal: a picture of Weiner in his boxer brief with a bulging crotch was posted on his Twitter account with about 40,000 followers. Weiner first claimed his Twitter was hacked.

Abedin was secretly pregnant with their son at the time.

June 2011:
Weiner held a tearful news conference on June 6, fessing up to the tweet.

“To be clear, the picture was of me, and I sent it,” Weiner said.

Weiner announced he would be taking a leave of absence from Congress on June 11. A spokeswoman said Weiner was taking the time to “seek professional treatment to focus on becoming a better husband and healthier person.”

Five days later, he officially resigned from Congress. He held a news conference in Brooklyn, New York and apologized for his actions and the embarrassment he may have caused.

December 2011:

Abedin gives birth to their son, Jordan Zain Weiner.

May 2013:
After being out of the public eye for nearly two years, Weiner announced he was running for mayor of New York City. In the video announcement, Weiner, Abedin and their son appear to be a happy family, putting the scandal behind them.

“Look, I’ve made some big mistakes and I know I’ve let a lot of people down,” Weiner said in the video.

“I’m running for mayor because I’ve been fighting for the middle class and those struggling to make it for my entire life. And I hope I get a second chance to work for you,” he added.

“We love this city,” Abedin said. “And no one will work harder to make it better than Anthony.”

July 2013:
A website published screenshots of alleged conversations that contained explicit photos between Weiner and another woman.

Weiner, with Abedin by his side, held a news conference on July 23 where he admitted to the sexting. Despite the revelation, Abedin stood by her husband’s side.

“What I want to say is I love him, I have forgiven him, I believe in him, and as I have said from the beginning, we are moving forward,” Abedin said.

September 2013:
Weiner lost the mayoral primary, landing in fifth place. Bill de Blasio went on to win the Democratic nomination and the election.

May 2016:
The documentary “Weiner” opened in theaters. The film documents Weiner’s rollercoaster career in politics and highlighted the scandal. Abedin, at the time, was one of Hillary Clinton’s top campaign aides for the 2016 presidential election.

August 2016:
The New York Post published a story about more explicit texts the disgraced politician sent starting in 2015. One of the photos showed Weiner, in his boxer briefs, in bed with his toddler son by his side.

The next day, Abedin announced the couple was separating.

“After a long and painful consideration and work on my marriage, I have made the decision to separate from my husband,” Abedin said in a statement.

September 2016:
The Federal Bureau of Investigation and the New York Police department announced they were opening an investigation into Weiner after a 15-year-old girl told the Daily Mail the former politician sent her lewd messages starting in January 2016. The exchange continued for months.

October 2016:
The FBI said it was reopening its investigation into the private email server of then Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. The FBI discovered the emails while looking into Weiner’s laptop during the investigation into the sexting case.

May 2017:
Weiner appeared in federal court in Manhattan on May 19 and pleaded guilty to a charge of transmitting sexual material to a minor.

Weiner shed tears in court as he exclaimed during his apology, “I have a sickness, but I do not have an excuse.”

The judge explained to Weiner that he would be mandated to register as a sex offender, and the former congressman made the agreement not to appeal any sentence that would be between 21 and 27 months in prison. It was that same day that Abedin filed for divorce.

In September of 2017, Weiner was given his sentence, which turned out to be 21 months in prison. His lawyers had argued that he should not spend time in prison. The judge also explained to Wiener that he would be sentenced to three years of supervised release. He would also be required to pay Abedin a $10,000 fine and hand over his iPhone.

Abedin was quoted saying, “With Anthony, I have repeatedly found myself in circumstances I never imagined. I am devastated by Anthony’s actions, and I understand he must face their consequences.”

Weiner’s lawyers made reference to “Anthony’s operatic self-destruction.” They explained his crimes as “the final act… born of deep sickness.” They also placed blame on the young girl, however, claiming that they had the intention of affecting the 2016 presidential election since Abedin worked with Clinton. His lawyers also made the argument that he did not try to seek out teenagers online and didn’t not normally engage in predatory behavior.

The lawyers stated, “He responded to the victim’s request for sexually explicit messages not because she was a teenager but in spite of it.”

Abedin and Weiner asked the court for privacy in their divorce proceedings.

Last month, a conservative watchdog group explained that the F.B.I. found approximately 2,800 government documents that had to do with Abedin’s work with Clinton on Anthony Weiner’s personal laptop. The documents were said to have been sent to the computer by Abedin. Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton explained, “This is a disturbing development. Our experience with Abedin’s emails suggest these Weiner laptop documents will include classified and other sensitive materials.”

This month, Weiner began his 21-month prison sentence at the Federal Medical Center Devens in Massachusetts. This is the same prison that Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnev once was housed in.

M Political reported:

Now, this is the part that’s truly sickening. Instead of rescuing the minor from the sex-obsessed predator Weiner, Hillary Clinton who was the fake Democratic presidential candidate at the time and the eventual front-runner just waiting to be crowned president, counseled her longtime aide Abedin, to end her relationship with him. Because of the bad publicity and the fact that it could effectively harm her campaign. not because of the well being of the minor. Clinton and Abedin apparently discovered Weiner’s sexting with the minor in April of 2016, by that time it had been confirmed that he had already been texting with the minor for months.

Abedin nor Clinton did a single thing to stop the abuse of this minor. All they did was try to stay quiet in order to save their own skin. The two of them ought to be ashamed of their inaction. Let’s hope they pay for their disgusting behavior.