Should the media be reporting on Anthony Weiner's latest sexting scandal? | The Tylt
Former Congressman Anthony Weiner and his phone are back in the news. After two separate sexting scandals, The New York Post reports Weiner sent sexually explicit messages to a "40-something divorcee," including one image with his infant son in the frame. Now his wife Huma Abedin is leaving him. Some are arguing Weiner is now a private citizen, and the press should not be making tabloid fodder of his personal life. Others claim both Weiner and his wife's political backgrounds make their marriage fair game for the media. What do you think? VOTE BELOW!
Should the media be reporting on Anthony Weiner's latest sexting scandal?
Anthony Weiner would still be in The House if he'd just had an actual affair w/a mistress like a normal congressman.— John Fugelsang (@JohnFugelsang) August 29, 2016
Look. Anthony Weiner is clearly sick, but this stopped being news to me when he stopped running for office. Send him to rehab & be done.— Matthew Chapman (@fawfulfan) August 29, 2016
Complete List Of People Who Should Care About Anthony Weiner's Sexting With A Consenting Adult:— (((maura quint))) (@behindyourback) August 29, 2016
gawker publishes aging wrestler’s sex tape…everyone loses their minds— Katherine Krueger (@kath_krueger) August 29, 2016
nypost publishes private citizen’s sexts…it’s good and newsworthy