Donald Trump said in his statement on Monday:
‘Huma is making a very wise decision. I know Anthony Weiner well, and she will be far better off without him.’
He then added:
‘”only worry for the country in that Hillary Clinton was careless and negligent in allowing Weiner to have such close proximity to highly classified information.”
‘Who knows what he learned and who he told? It’s just another example of Hillary Clinton’s bad judgment. It is possible that our country and its security have been greatly compromised by this.’
Donald Trump was, of course commenting on the very public marital suicide by Anthony Weiner.
The New York Post reported that Weiner, an unrepentant sex addict, who is married to Hillary Clinton’s right-hand gal, Huma Abedin, is back to his old tricks of sending lewd texts. I’ll spare you the details–you’re welcome.
This isn’t the first time Trump has called out the disgraced former New York congressman for his perverse use of technology.
This time, Trump brought his assessment not only to a flawed man, but also, laid it at the feet of an incompetent Hillary Clinton.
It’s well known that Hillary carelessly handled classified material. She wasn’t alone. Huma Abedin was both her aid at the State Department and also had her hands in the Clinton foundation–it’s not a hard jump to assume that Abedin’s emails pass through Hillary’s server.
Was Trump wrong to suggest that there is any connection between Anthony’s sexual issues and Hillary’s confidence in Huma?
Before you answer, consider this: The relationship between Huma and Hillary began when Huma came to work in the White House back in 1996. Interestingly enough, is was not long after, that Monica Lewinsky made her way into the oval office. Turbulent times indeed. One could speculate that the two became close confidants under extraordinary conditions.
But what kind of marriage does this woman of power have? Her husband obviously has issues. Issues that go beyond the embarrassment of tabloid headlines. Issues that could be used for blackmail. He is flawed, and he is a weak link to power.
Donald Trump’s statement was not without merit as some would have us believe.
The left is used to telling us to leave their perverts alone, their issues have nothing to do with who they are (unless of course, they want to use their sexuality as to define themselves).
The Republican presidential candidate was right in calling into question as to how secure our secrets actually are while pointing an accusatory finger at Hillary Clinton. After all, didn’t Huma’s phone go home with her each night?
Into the same house with a man who hasn’t the foggiest idea of honor, let alone loyalty?