What I see is yet another example of the glaring double standard the media has for conservatives vs. liberals.
If this were, say, Paul Ryan, everybody in the MSM would've been all over it right away more likely than not in a guilty-until-proven-innocent kind of way, but even then,
But no, when this first came out, it was attack Breitbart for even bringing up the story, and accuse him of making a false accusation -- which Breitbart had steered well clear of -- but that doesn't matter. He's a conservative potentially embarrassing a liberal, and so he's the bad guy whether the liberal is guilty or not. He's not a real journalist.
No, and he'll say that up front. He's a self-described activist. Which makes him one thing that the leftist MSM is not. Honest. See, they're activists, too, they just pretend not to be.
See, "real journalists" would just ignore this story unless it just couldn't anymore without looking completely in the bag -- because it's a Democrat. It happened with Clinton. It happened with Edwards. It happened (and still happens) with Obama. They run interference, deciding what will be "important" to the country themselves, shaping the narrative to fit their activist agenda.
If it were a Republican, like I said, they'd be all over it, and they'd be all over Breitbart for saying hold on just a minute. Or say if it were some "rich, white" LaCrosse players accused of rape by a black
The other thing is Republicans tend to kick their bad apples out, whereas Democrats stamp their feet and call you names and make excuses for theirs.
Beauty this time is that it's becoming more and more clear that they got caught with their collective(ist) pants down, so to speak, pretty quickly this time as it's looking more and more like ... yeah, Weiner in fact probably tweeted his Oscar Meyer.