Weiner Continues Sexting During Apology

weiner-sext-580.jpg.jpegThe New Yorker – by Andy Borowitz [SATIRE]

NEW YORK (The Borowitz Report)—New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner stirred controversy today by continuing to send dirty texts throughout a press conference devoted to apologizing for his behavior.

Mr. Weiner was halfway through his apology when reporters noticed him remove a phone from his pocket and aim its camera lens unmistakably in the direction of his pants.  

After seeing the candidate snap a photo of the pants region and then send a text, reporters bombarded Mr. Weiner with questions, asking him if he had in fact just sexted.

“Yes, I did, but I swear this was the last time,” he said. “This behavior is now behind me.”

Mr. Weiner then concluded his press conference by removing his shirt and snapping a quick shot of his naked torso.

According to the latest New York City poll, Mr. Weiner still has a commanding lead among voters who describe themselves as pervs.

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8 thoughts on “Weiner Continues Sexting During Apology

  1. from the looks of the misses i doubt she gives a rats ass. i’m guessing arranged or open marriage. possibly bisexual or a lesbian.

    1. You typed possibly bisexual or a lesbian, well she use to work for Hillary Clinton and the word is that Hillary prefers the company of a female a whole lot more than the company of a male, so I’d say your assumption is 100% correct!

  2. HaHaHa, The article says that it is satire but is it realy satire. We all know how them politicions are. I mean just look at his wife turning her head, she caught him 🙂 🙂 🙂 .

  3. People of NYC deserve something better….too bad Saddam Husein isn’t available; he would be a step up from the Zioturds, past & current, that have plagued that once great city.

  4. I think it’s hysterical that satire has to be labeled as such these days.

    Before the country was being run by psychotic Jews people were able to figure that out for themselves. Now people understand that we’re being ruled by lunatics who are capable of anything. Very little surprises them anymore, and nothing’s funny when the humor might be true.

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