Video: Freshman Dem Congresswoman Hits The Road After Scandal Then Causes Eyes To Roll For Why
Congresswoman Katie Hill announced that she is going to resign after a crazy sex scandal was discovered last week. The Congresswoman from California was in the spotlight over two scandalous relationships.
First, pictures emerge of Hill involved in a relationship with a campaign female staffer and her husband that lasted two years. Once, Hill was elected to Congress she broke off the relationship with the staffer and the relationship with her husband then, Hill turned her interests toward her legislative director. Text messages revealed that leading up to her election Hill was not only involved with her staffer and husband but also with her legislative director.
After a crazy week of pictures popping up on the internet and knowing that she is going to lose the investigation initiated by the House Ethics Panel Hill has decided to resign from office.
You would think after all the embarrassment she went through last week and the shame of all the people she manipulated that she would quietly leave congress…NOPE, after all, she is a Democrat. In a statement Hill said:
“I am going to continue to fight for our democracy, for representation, for justice and equality and making the world a better place,” she said. “And I will also take up a new fight. I will fight to ensure that no one else has to live through what I just experienced. Some people call this electronic assault, digital exploitation, others call it revenge porn. As the victim of it, I call it one of the worst things we can do to our sisters and our daughters. I’m hurt. I’m angry. The path I saw so clearly for myself is no longer there, I never claimed to be perfect, but I never thought my imperfections would be weaponized to destroy me and the community that I have loved my entire life,” she said. “For that, I am so sorry.”
The congresswoman can blame who she wants but this is called karma, when you treat people poorly it always comes back on you at some point. In another sense of irony Hill is the first congressional member to be affected by the new rules passed by Congress forced by the #MeToo movement to protect women working for male congressmen.
Hill concluded her remarks saying:
“I grew up riding horses and one of the most important things I learned was that when you fall off, you have to get right back up in the saddle,” Hill said. “So I’m going to do that I hope you can do the same and join me on the next ride.”
Lady, I think you had enough “rides” maybe you should take a break, that’s what’s gotten you in trouble in the first place (I’m sorry I couldn’t resist).