Katie Hill, big champ for MeToo, anti-Kavanaugh activism, women's rights...

You can't make this stuff up.

Rep. Katie Hill. a freshman Democrat member of Congress on a committee trying to impeach President Trump, turns out to be a "throuples" enthusiast.  Her buck-naked picture of herself combing the hair of a very young woman turned up on the internet.  After that, stories rolled out about her drug and alcohol use.  Then another naked picture of her turned up, this time smoking a bong and displaying an iron cross tattoo on her pubic area, a symbol sometimes associated with neo-Nazis.  And another, on a wife-sharing website, indicating that this was a "lifestyle."  After that, she "made history," as the lefties say, as the first female congress member to get an ethics investigation for diddling the interns.  If you were a novelist and tried to turn a story in like that to your publisher, what are the odds your manuscript would sail into the wastebasket?

But here we are.  Truth stranger than fiction, a more-vivid-than-most congressional scandal.

It stands out because it's in such stark contrast to the person Hill claimed to be and the voters thought they were voting for on the day she got elected.

Here are a few instances of her hypocrisy:

So she was a loud and noisy women's rights champ, a #MeToo militant and one of the harshest opponents of dreaded Brett Kavanaugh, claiming he was the sex harasser.

What have we here but a big-time hypocrite?  Let the call-outs and questions for her roll.

 

 

 

 

You can't make this stuff up.

Rep. Katie Hill. a freshman Democrat member of Congress on a committee trying to impeach President Trump, turns out to be a "throuples" enthusiast.  Her buck-naked picture of herself combing the hair of a very young woman turned up on the internet.  After that, stories rolled out about her drug and alcohol use.  Then another naked picture of her turned up, this time smoking a bong and displaying an iron cross tattoo on her pubic area, a symbol sometimes associated with neo-Nazis.  And another, on a wife-sharing website, indicating that this was a "lifestyle."  After that, she "made history," as the lefties say, as the first female congress member to get an ethics investigation for diddling the interns.  If you were a novelist and tried to turn a story in like that to your publisher, what are the odds your manuscript would sail into the wastebasket?

But here we are.  Truth stranger than fiction, a more-vivid-than-most congressional scandal.

It stands out because it's in such stark contrast to the person Hill claimed to be and the voters thought they were voting for on the day she got elected.

Here are a few instances of her hypocrisy:

So she was a loud and noisy women's rights champ, a #MeToo militant and one of the harshest opponents of dreaded Brett Kavanaugh, claiming he was the sex harasser.

What have we here but a big-time hypocrite?  Let the call-outs and questions for her roll.