HOLY CRAP! Look What Anthony Weiner And Huma Are Doing To Stay Out of Federal Prison!

I know the media’s focused on just about everything Trump right now. There isn’t much of an opportunity for people to know if the creeps and crooks from the last year are getting their just due. You all remember Huma Abedin, Hillary Clinton’s top aide? Yeah, the one that was married to the sick sexting pervert, Anthony Weiner. She had filed for divorce last year after he was caught, yet again, sending sexually explicit photos to an underage girl.

Well, now it appears that ALL THAT is in the past, as they seem to be ‘working hard’ to repair whatever weird relationship they may have left…

This comes at a suspicious time, as Weiner is still under investigation for his role with a minor, and with Huma reconciling their marriage… There is one VERY important witness that does NOT have to testify against him if it comes to that.

It was only back in September of last year that Weiner was caught in a sexting affair with a 15-year-old. Investigators were called in, and they seized the guy’s laptop to find evidence against him. How was Huma able to ignore all of this? Did she really not know what was happening?

While searching through the laptop, the FBI found emails linked to Clinton… A revelation that hit big, and may have played a factor in her loss… So, thanks, Weiner, I guess? The FBI later closed that portion of the case.

A source close to Abedin’s family had this to say about the sudden change of heart:

‘Huma has been working hard on her relationship with Anthony. He has been spending 80 to 90 percent of his time at the [Manhattan apartment] they share. If there is a disagreement, he goes to his mother’s apartment in Brooklyn. Both [his and her] families are hoping they will reconcile.’

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