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Weiner remains firm in denying rent-a-crowd accusation

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Anthony Weiner isn’t taking these allegations lying down. He’s meeting them head-on. And he’s going so using his medium of choice, the place where it all began: Twitter.

Some are skeptical of the next mayor of the great city of New York:

So far the Post hasn’t responded to Weiner’s weaselly insinuation. He’s trying the same tactic he used two years ago: Make a nebulous counteraccusation, implicate the accusers, put just enough doubt in the minds of anybody inclined to believe him, etc. Except it’s 2013, and nobody believes him anymore. Everybody knows who he is and what he does.

I hope he never stops!

Here he is on August 11, cavorting with his 100% authentic supporters, none of whom were paid to be there and pretend he has una oportunidad en el infierno:

That look on his face at the end says it all: “That’s right. This is where I’m supposed to be. This is what I deserve. I’ll show ’em. I’ll show ’em all.”

And if he had to pay for it…. Ehhhh. Nobody’s perfect!