Weiner offered job at Moonlite Bunny Ranch

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Published by: Robert Laurie on Friday September 02nd, 2016

*ahem* 

Anthony Weiner has had a hard time lately. He's out of a job, his wife's leaving him, and opportunities for future employment look bleak.  After all, who's going to want to hire such a liability? Does Weiner really have any marketable skills that would overshadow his online indiscretion?

Well.... Maybe.  He obviously knows how to use Twitter, and if the employer in question isn't concerned with moral fiber, perhaps he can land a new gig.

As PR Newswire reports, that's where America's most famous legal whorehouse comes into play:

Dennis Hof, owner of the Bunny Ranch legal brothel and star of HBO's "Cathouse" series, is offering former New York congressman Anthony Weiner a full time position as director of social media at his famed Nevada bordello. Weiner was outed over the weekend by The New York Post for his third tweeting/texting sex scandal. His wife Huma Abedin, a senior aide to Hillary Clinton, immediately announced that she and Weiner were separating. "This guy is a great orator, and his political career showed that", Hof said. "Clearly, his communication skills also extended into the world of digital media, and that his a huge component of our business in 2016. The very thing that killed him in politics and prompted his wife to leave him is a valued skill in my world.  As the Bunny Ranch's social media director, an insatiable appetite for sexually charged posting is not only encouraged, it's part of the job description!"

Hof is willing to match Wiener's congressional salary, complete with full benefits for him. 

As someone who works in and around digital media, let me tell you; at least financially, that's a heck of an offer. 

The problem is, if he took it, how long would it last?

This week we learned that, thanks to his social media habits, Weiner is the subject of a Children's Services probe:

Child-welfare officials are investigating Anthony Weiner in the wake of The Post’s exclusive report that he sent a lewd selfie that showed his young son lying in bed next to him, sources said Wednesday.

The probe of Weiner was launched by the Administration for Children’s Services over his handling of 4-year-old son Jordan, a city government source told The Post.

Agency protocol requires a home visit within 48 hours, and ACS showed up at Weiner and estranged wife Huma Abedin’s Union Square apartment building on Tuesday, a worker there confirmed.

The Bunny Ranch may enjoy trolling, and they're probably fans of free publicity, but it's doubtful that even they want to hire someone being targeted by ACS.

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Freindly reminder: You know what Weiner doesn't do? He doesn't back down - even when he's obviously wrong.