Anthony Weiner, a.k.a. Carlos Danger: ‘Que viva Ecuador’

weiner1Is Anthony Weiner, the disgraced former representative who tweeted salacious pictures of himself under the name, “Carlos Danger,” running for mayor of New York, or leader of Ecuador?

Or is he just desperate to get votes anywhere he can?  I suspect the latter.

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The New York Post reported Monday:

There’s Danger in the streets . . . Carlos Danger!

Serial sexter and mayor wannabe Anthony Weiner appeared to be embracing his embarrassing online pseudonym and encouraged crowds that chanted, “Carlos!” and “Carlos Danger!” while marching in the Ecuadorian pride parade yesterday.

Sporting bright blue pants, a bullhorn and an Ecuadorian flag, Weiner repeatedly shouted, “Que viva Ecuador!” to the crowd as he energetically ran down Northern Boulevard in Queens with his loyal interns following.

The married Weiner used the cheesy nom de sext “Carlos Danger” in raunchy online and phone trysts with 23-year-old Indiana woman Sydney Leathers a year after he resigned his House seat in disgrace for X-rated tweets with a string of women.

Weiner, who was leading the pack, has dropped to fourth place since news broke of his most recent behavior.

Nevertheless, Weiner has no intention of pulling out of the race.

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