New York City mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner got into a heated exchange with a Jewish voter on Wednesday afternoon after the man criticized Weiner’s notorious sex scandal.
"Takes one to know one, jackass," Weiner can be heard screaming as he walks out of a deli during a campaign stop in the largely Jewish neighborhood of Borough Park.
"What's that? What’s that? You wait 'til I walk out 'til you saying anything? That’s courage. That’s courage," Weiner yells at a man who is wearing a yarmulke.
"Go ahead. You’re not afraid of anything," Weiner adds as the Jewish voter trails behind him.
"You have the nerve to walk around in public and you're disgusting," the Jewish man can be heard saying to Weiner.
"You’re my judge? You’re my judge? What rabbi taught you that?" Weiner responds as he gets closer to the man.
"I didn’t do what you did," the man responds. "You’re fine. You talk to God and work out your problems. But stay out of the public eye."
"I don’t take my judgment from you and I don’t judge you," Weiner responds, appearing to grow angrier.
"You’re a bad example for the people," the Jewish voter says. "Your behavior’s deviant. It’s not normal behavior."
"I’m telling you what you did is disgusting, it's immoral," the voter adds. "And think about your wife."
"By the way," Weiner responds. "That is between me and her and my God, not between you. That’s up not up to you."
"You are not superior," Weiner continues. "You don’t get to judge me because you’ve shown no signs that you’re superior than me and you’re not my God."
The fiery exchange was posted on Youtube by prominent Jewish activist Jacob Kornbluh.