Anthony Weiner, the disgraced politician who resigned from Congress accidentally Tweeting racing photos of himself to strangers, is officially entering Democratic primary in the race for New York City Mayor.
“I made some big mistakes and I know I let a lot of people down. But I’ve also learned some tough lessons,” Weiner said in a video posted early Tuesday on his website [watch below].
“I hope I get a second chance to work for you,” the Democrat said with his wife by his side.
You can watch the well choreographed video here:
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Authorities in New York City say they are stepping up security following a string of anti-gay attacks as Gay Pride Month approaches.
Police say they arrested two more men in New York City after they attacked a gay couple just a few hours after thousands marched in solidarity against the hate crime that killed Marc Cohen after his murder hurled anti-gay slurs on he and a friend.
Candle light vigils continue to take place in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village after a homophobic mad man killed 32-year-old Marc Cohen.
Morales shot Cohen in the face after yelling anti-gay slurs at him and a friend as they walked through Greenwhich Village. Cops later apprehended Morales, who had previously served time for attempted murder, and charged him with killing Cohen.