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Disgraced former congressman Anthony Weiner debating the Clinton body count on the Valuetainment podcast in July 2023Valuetainment / YouTube

(LifeSiteNews) — Former Democrat congressman and registered sex offender Anthony Weiner had a public meltdown on a popular podcast Thursday when asked about the numerous unexpected deaths of associates of the Clinton political family, a phenomenon often referred to as the “Clinton body count.”

Weiner’s “unhinged” reaction to the line of questioning happened during a July 20 episode of the Valuetainment podcast, in which the show’s host, insurance industry millionaire Patrick Bet-David, grilled the former politician – whose estranged wife Huma Abedin served as one of Hillary Clinton’s top confidants and advisers for decades – about the dozens of reportedly suspicious deaths linked to former U.S. President Bill Clinton and his wife Hillary, who served as Secretary of State under former President Barrack Obama.

The heated exchange began with Bet-David reading from a list of names of now-deceased Clinton associates, including Clinton family financial partner James McDougal, slain White House intern Mary Mahoney, deputy White House counsel Vince Foster and U.S. Secretary of Commerce Ron Brown among others.

“Ron Brown died in a plane crash. Why is he on the list?” interrupted Weiner, adding shortly thereafter, “Wait a minute, you’re reading a list of people Bill and Hillary Clinton knew, they’re 80, they’re 70 years old. Of course people die.”

Undeterred, Bet-David continued reading through the list of 46 names, including those of a number of people whose deaths were ruled as murders or suicides such as Ed Willey, Jerry Parks, James Bunch, James Wilson, Kathy Ferguson, Bill Shelton, Gandy Baugh, Florence Martin, Suzanne Coleman, Danny Casolaro and Jon Parnell Walker.

“I don’t know any of these names!” Weiner screamed as Bet-David continued listing names.

After the names were read, Weiner immediately became even more hostile toward Bet-David and the two other podcast hosts, to which Bet-David said, “The fact that you’re getting nervous is an answer.”

After another brief exchange, Weiner became visibly angry, accusing Bet-David of promoting “conspiracy theories,” and asking him to pick just one of the names from the list to talk about, Bet-David agrees and selects the name of Vince Foster, to which an irate Weiner replies, “That suicide has been investigated 50 times!”

The argument continued for an additional 10 minutes, with Weiner insisting that “conspiracy theories are by their nature unsubstantiated” and with Bet-David pointing to Weiner’s criminal conviction related to his sending of an explicit photograph of himself to a minor.

The intense and combative interview immediately sparked a firestorm on social media, with many conservatives applauding Bet-David for his courage.

While Bill and Hillary Clinton have never been formally charged or convicted in connection to any deaths, suspicions surrounding the powerful political family continue to swirl.

As recently as February, WND News and the Daily Mail both reported that a former aid of Bill Clinton, who had signed convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein into the White House multiple times, was “found dead in 2022 with a gunshot wound to his chest, an extension cord tied around his neck and attached to a tree.”

Despite the reported mysterious circumstances of how the body was found, it was determined to be a suicide.