ARLINGTON, VA – The Air Force announced Wednesday they had selected former Democratic Congressman Anthony Weiner as the top civilian at the Sexual Assault Prevention and Response (SAPR) office.
The disgraced former U.S. Representative from New York’s 9th Congressional district was chosen after an exhaustive and expensive search because, according to the unit’s director Maj. General Margaret Woodward, “he seemed like a great fit for the position.”
Woodward explained that to combat sexual assault one needs to think like a sexual deviant — as other SAPR chiefs have done — and with Weiner, she thinks she has her man.
Reports are that Weiner is apparently not sold on the idea of working for the USAF, even in a civilian capacity. Sources close to the former Senator have indicated that he is still primarily focused on the NYC mayoral race. The same sources have noted that if he fails to win in NYC, he would be more than willing to consider moving in order to put his name on the ballot for the next San Diego mayoral race, as he thinks he would fit right in there.