Marital Immunity? Huma Abedin Reunites With Pedo Husband, Anthony Weiner
Top Hillary Clinton aide and rumored lover, Huma Abedin has reconciled with sex offender hubby, Anthony Weiner and sources say the two have reunited in Abedin’s New York City apartment.
Witnesses report seeing Weiner hauling boxes, luggage and racks of clothing into Abedin’s Manhattan abode over the weekend.
It’s a monumental reversal from Abedin’s filing for divorce from Weiner on the day he pled guilty to sexting a 15-year old girl in May 2017.
Although long in the habit of “standing by her man” including defending Weiner blindly during his first “dick pic” scandal in 2012 that resulted in his resignation from Congress, Abedin’s latest reversal of an apparent path to divorce is especially interesting given recent developments involving billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein and possible blowback against the Clinton inner circle. Such a stab at the appearance of reconciliation between Huma and “Carlos Danger” is clear ploy for legal covering known as “marital immunity,” or, “spousal privilege,” in which courts have consistently held that married spouses cannot be made to testify against each other.
Such a stab at the appearance of reconciliation between Huma and “Carlos Danger” is clear ploy for legal covering known as “marital immunity,” or, “spousal privilege,” in which courts have consistently held that married spouses cannot be made to testify against each other.
Anthony Weiner’s laptop computer and personal devices became part of cabal criminal intrigue when a portion of 340,000 emails contained in his portable computer were found to be between Huma Abedin and Hillary Clinton, including some that had been demanded as evidence in the 2016 investigation into Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified materials.
That scandal deepened when it was revealed that none of the Huma Abedin-Clinton emails in question had been inspected by the New York office of the FBI, which had intentionally limited the scope of their inspection to emails they believed might contain child pornography or related materials AND that only 3,077 of the emails found on the Weiner laptop “were directly reviewed for classified or incriminating information. Three FBI officials completed that work in a single 12-hour spurt the day before Comey again cleared Clinton of criminal charges.”
To emphasize, the FBI took no interest in the contents of the Anthony Weiner laptop regarding pertinence to the Clinton email investigation until a 12-hour pass thru on the day before Comey’s infamous exoneration of Hillary Clinton, after outlining numerous reasons she was guilty of federal crimes.
Whatever else might have been discovered on further review of Weiner’s devices and the data contained, established U.S. case law prohibits forcing spouses to testify against one another in criminal proceedings, making an Epstein Storm reunion between Weiner and Abedin all the more intriguing.