As we wrote in our previous posts, the original Lefty blogger who exposed the yFrog-Twitter vulnerability insists that this proves proves proves proves proves that Rep Weiner was hacked by a “partisan zealot” stalker named Dan Wolfe (@PatriotUSA76).
Who did it? All evidence points to Dan Wolfe. I believe that he framed Congressman Weiner. I state this directly, without equivocation.
All the lefty blogger proved is that there is indeed a way to commit identity fraud using the method outlined in his post. It is a logical fallacy to conclude that this means Rep. Weiner did not send the wiener.
Oops, one more consideration: None of this is meant to say anything conclusive about Congressman Weiner’s case. There’s no proof of the spoof in this. It was just to play with the idea of posting to someone else’s Twitter through their yfrog account.
It proves is that he could have been hacked. Not that he was hacked. Either way, the responsible reaction to a potential case of identity theft is to investigate the claim. But for some odd reason, Weiner and his lefty spinners don’t think potential ID theft of a Congressman – in a post wikileaks world – is a big deal. In fact, they all want this to go away as fast as possible. Why is that? In a post Wikileaks world that strikes us as reckless and irresponsible.
The more the left tries to push the narrative that because Weiner could have been hacked, the whole issue should go away even if that means ignoring ID theft of a sitting Congressman, the more it makes the Congressman look guilty as hell. It also exposes the bankruptcy of the lefty water carriers.