Anthony Weiner Set for Early Prison Release Due to 'Good Behavior'
Disgraced ex-Congressman to be released in May 2019, described as 'model inmate'
Disgraced former Congressman Anthony Weiner is to be released from prison early for "good behavior" after being described as a "model inmate."
The husband of Hillary Clinton's former sidekick, Huma Abedin, was meant to serve 23-27 months for sending "lewd communications" to a minor after he was caught "sexting" a 15-year-old girl.
The unsuccessful New York mayoral candidate will be released from prison three months early due to "good conduct," the New York Daily News reported Monday, with his release being scheduled for May 14, 2019.
Weiner's crime also put the final nail in the coffin of Hillary Clinton’s doomed presidential campaign.
When the FBI and the Southern District of New York obtained a search warrant for Weiner’s laptop and smartphone, it led authorities to discover thousands of emails between Clinton and his wife Abedin, a longtime Clinton aide.
Ex-FBI Director James Comey wrote a letter informing Congress of the discovery of the new classified emails, that potentially pertinent to Clinton’s use of a private server, just days before the election.
Clinton blamed Comey for her losing the election to Donald Trump.
She also blamed the Russians, "fake news," WikiLeaks, Facebook, sexism and misogyny, Bernie Sanders, Trump (obviously), the DNC, and a few others...
The New York Post reports that Weiner, a sexting repeat offender, was sentenced to around two years in prison.
But, he's exhibited such "good conduct" that he's set to earn a 100-day reprieve: 54 days for each year in prison without being cited for breaking the rules.
According to the Daily Wire, that moves Weiner's parole date up from August of 2019 to May of 2019.
Weiner will earn parole just in time to campaign for the 2020 Presidential elections.
Weiner ruined his bid for re-election to Congress by sending lewd photos of his barely clad nether regions to a woman on Twitter.
When he tried to plot a political comeback, running for New York City mayor, he was forced to again resign in disgrace after initiating an online relationship with an Ohio Democratic operative named Sydney Leathers under the pseudonym, "Carlos Danger."
In 2017, Weiner finally "hit rock bottom," as the New York Post calls it, when he admitted to sexting lewd photos of himself to a child.
In a perfect world (for Democrats), Weiner would retire from public life to repair his private life (his wife, Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin filed for divorce last year), but Weiner has exhibited little in the way of self-control.