Crying Democrat Pervert Anthony Weiner Finally Learns His Fate

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The New York Post went with it’s typically apropos but crude headline when announcing the fate of former New York Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-NY) saying “Anthony Weiner Gets Hard Time“!

“This was a serious crime. It’s a serious crime that deserves serious punishment,” Manhattan federal Judge Denise Cote said as the convicted sext fiend dropped his head into his hand and wept.

That’s right, there is some justice in this world as one corrupt and perverted Democrat is finally getting his comeuppance.

The perverted former Democrat Darling was sentenced to 21 months in prison followed by 3 years of unsupervised release.

From Fox News:

Disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner was sentenced Monday to 21 months in prison, facing the most severe penalty yet in connection with the sexting scandal that drove the New York Democrat out of Congress, ruined his marriage and became a late issue in the 2016 presidential race. 

U.S. District Judge Denise L. Cote issued the sentence in federal court in New York. 

“This is a serious crime that deserves serious punishment,” Cote said in a statement. 

The former lawmaker’s sexting habits entered criminal territory with his illicit contact with a 15-year-old girl. Weiner, 53, had pleaded guilty in May to sending sexually explicit texts to the girl across state lines. Weiner agreed not to appeal any sentence between 21 and 27 months in prison.

Weiner openly wept in court on Monday as the judge announced the sentence. In addition to the prison term, he was sentenced to three years of supervised release, given a $10,000 fine, and required to forfeit his iPhone. Weiner must surrender on Nov. 6 to a yet-to-be determined prison facility…

“Anthony Weiner, a former Congressman and candidate for Mayor, asked a girl who he knew to be 15 years old to display her naked body and engage in sexually explicit behavior for him online. Justice demands that this type of conduct be prosecuted and punished with time in prison,” Acting Manhattan U.S. Attorney Joon H. Kim said in a statement Monday. “Today, Anthony Weiner received a just sentence that was appropriate for his crime.”

This wasn’t just about “sexting” though, as prosecutors explained:

‘This is not merely a ‘sexting’ case,’ prosecutors wrote. ‘The defendant did far more than exchange typed words on a lifeless cellphone screen with a faceless stranger.

‘With full knowledge that he was communicating with a real 15-year-old girl, the defendant asked her to engage in sexually explicit conduct via Skype and Snapchat, where her body was on display, and where she was asked to sexually perform for him. 

‘That offense – transmitting obscenity to a minor to induce her to engage in sexually explicit conduct by video chat and photo – is far from mere ‘sexting’.

‘Weiner’s criminal conduct was very serious, and the sentence imposed should reflect that seriousness.’ 

Apparently, the judge didn’t agree with Weiner’s lawyers that the 15-year old girl he was sexting was to blame for this whole mess.

While Weiner could have gotten up to 10 years in prison, prosecutors had recommended 21 – 27 months incarceration, even though they acknowledged that Weiner’s pattern of behavior was very worrisome and seemed remorseless.

The charge carries a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison. Prosecutors recommended a sentence of 21 to 27 months in jail, arguing Weiner’s pattern of behavior “suggests a dangerous level of denial and lack of self-control warranting a meaningful incarceratory sentence.” Defense attorneys asked that Weiner receive probation.

In the end, the Judge agreed with prosecutors and handed down a 21-month sentence that finally brings closure to this disgusting political and criminal saga.

But with just 21 months in prison it means that Weiner will be out in time to ruin the next Democrat’s presidential hopes…

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