Stuart Stevens, former strategist for the Mitt Romney 2012 presidential campaign, clearly doesn't like former Rep. Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.), who is reportedly set to announce he is running for New York City mayor. He doesn't think too highly of MSNBC's Rev. Al Sharpton, either.
In a column for The Daily Beast, Stevens predicts Weiner will lose the mayoral race and then end up on TV with Sharpton.
From Stevens' column:
The major asset Weiner has going for him is over $4 million he collected when he was in Congress before his donors realized he was spending late nights trying to raise the favorables of his various body parts. ...
So Weiner will run, squander this small fortune, and then start looking for something else to run for or some small cable show, maybe with Al Sharpton: The Crown Heights Follies.
"Crown Heights" is a reference to a three-day riot that took place in Brooklyn in 1991. The riot was sparked by racial tensions between Jews and blacks living in the area.