Fox Nation links to posts Weiner made with a Vegas blackjack dealer, listed at Radar Online.
"i'm ready for a vegas trip. truth telling during the day. got a night plan for us?"The New York Post has more of his contacts with the card dealer (content warning):
"[I'm] dying of boredom over here. Plus my tights really itch, I need a distraction," the hot, bothered -- and very married -- Rep. Anthony Weiner shot off to sexy Vegas blackjack dealer Lisa Weiss in one of more than lewd 220 sexts and Facebook messages between the revved-up pair since Aug. 13.TMZ is also reporting that, when the Twitter crotch shot was exposed May 28th, Weiner contacted porn star Ginger Lee and tried to get her to lie, in an effort to cover up his lewd behavior.
..."He admitted to "jerking off" to her Facebook photos, said Weiss, 40, a former Democratic Party worker.
At one point, the sex-crazed congressman wrote, "ridiculous bulge in my shorts now. wanna see?"
She replied, "Yea! can you send a pic?"
Weiner was happy to oblige.
"you give good head?" the pervy politician asked her.
"ive been told really good . . . and i love doing it," Weiss purred.
"wow a jewish girl who sucks [bleep]!" Weiner replied. "this thing is ready to do damage."
On June 2, Weiner emailed Lee, "Do you need to talk to a professional PR type person to give u advice? I can have someone on my team call. [Yeah, my team is doing great. Ugh]."So the perverted liberal Congressman even lied at his mea culpa yesterday. Forget House Ethics Committee phony investigations, the scum sucker should be forced to resign and investigations should begin to see if he broke any laws.
It's unclear if Weiner's PR team is from his Congressional staff. If so, Weiner could run afoul of House Ethics Rules as well as the law. Weiner put on a full court press, urging Lee to lie about their relationship. On June 1, he emailed her: "The key is to have a short, thought out statement that tackles the top line questions and then refer people back to it. Have a couple of iterations of: 'This is silly. Like so many others, I follow Rep. Weiner on Twitter. I don't know him and have never met him. He briefly followed me and sent me a dm saying thank you for the follow. That's it.'"
Weiner suggested a nice touch -- some good ol' Southern charm: "And then maybe insert some y'alls in there."
On June 2, Weiner sent Lee a proposed statement she could give to the press: "I have nothing to do with the situation involving Rep Weiner. I follow his twitter feed. And for a brief time he followed me. Much has been made of the fact that I have posted about my admiration for Rep Weiner and his politics. All I can say about that is that I'm a fan of his. Rep. Weiner sent me one short direct message thanking me for following him. I have never met Rep. Weiner and he has never sent me anything innappopriate (sic) ..."
Weiner then asked Lee directly, "How's it [the proposed statement] feel?"