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Naked Bisexual Democrat Update

Posted on | October 23, 2019 | Comments Off on Naked Bisexual Democrat Update


Monday we brought you the story of Rep. Katie Hill (D-Calif.) whose nude photograph, depicting her brushing the hair of a 22-year-old female campaign staffer, is apparently evidence in her husband’s divorce case against her. Hill’s husband also alleges that she engaged in an affair with a male congressional staffer, Graham Kelly. So it would appear that Rep. Hill is further confirmation of my advice: Never trust a bisexual.

At any rate, Ace calls attention to the latest update:

Democratic California Rep. Katie Hill on Tuesday denied having an extramarital affair with a male congressional staffer, but did not deny having such an affair with a female campaign staffer.
Hill blamed her ongoing “divorce from an abusive husband” for allegations that she had affairs with the two staffers in a statement released to Politico….
Hill called allegations that she was having an affair with legislative director Graham Kelly “absolutely false,” but didn’t deny having an affair with the female campaign staffer. The first-term congresswoman blamed a “coordinated effort to try to destroy me and people close to me” for the affair allegations.
“Intimate photos of me and another individual were published by Republican operatives on the internet without my consent,” she said, adding that she “notified Capitol Hill police who are investigating the situation and potential legal violations of those who posted and distributed the photos, and therefore will have no further comment on the digital materials.”

In other words, Hill is playing the victim. It’s a “coordinated effort” by her “abusive husband” and “Republican operatives.” And while Hill admits she had a three-way with her husband and the female campaign staffer, she denies sleeping with her male congressional staffer. Ace says:

I think she’s denying the heterosexual affair, but not the gay one, not just because there’s dramatic visual proof of the latter, but also because being gay is now just generally a defense against anything, as is being an illegal alien.
She’ll run on “persecution.” And whenever you ask her about it, she’ll respond, “I can’t answer, it’s persecution,” and the media will let her get away with that, the same as they’ve allowed Ilhan “Omar” Nur Said get away with her brother-marrying and Kuffir-banging for years.

Actually, there’s another reason why Hill might deny the affair with her male congressional aide: House Rule XXIII, clause 18(a).

Ted Deutch (D-FL), Chairman and Ranking Member of the Committee on Ethics, released the following statement late on Wednesday:

The Committee is aware of public allegations that Representative Katie Hill may have engaged in a sexual relationship with an individual on her congressional staff, in violation of House Rule XXIII, clause 18(a). The Committee, pursuant to Committee Rule 18(a), has begun an investigation and will gather additional information regarding the allegations.
The Committee notes that the mere fact that it is investigating these allegations, and publicly disclosing its review, does not itself indicate that any violation has occurred, or reflect any judgment on behalf of the Committee. No other public comment will be made on this matter except in accordance with Committee rules. . . .

“If Congresswoman Hill is engaged in a romantic relationship with one of her paid staffers, that is a clear-cut ethics violation,” a senior congressional staffer told Breitbart News this week. “These rules are in place to ensure Congress is a workplace free from abuse and sexual misconduct. The reports paint a troubling pattern that deserve a full investigation.”

It’s an ethics violation for a member of Congress to have sex with a congressional aide, whereas no such rule applies to campaign staffers.

Nevertheless, whatever the House Ethics Committee does, the important takeaway from this story is: Never trust a bisexual.

(Hat-tip: Ed Driscoll at Instapundit.)

UPDATE: How did I miss this? In 2018, when Hill ran for Congress against a conservative Republican, she did so as an avowed bisexual:

As a bisexual woman married to a man, she has faced some pressure to be closeted, along with biphobia. Being out “was a huge decision early on,” she says, as many people urged her to hide her bi identity. But, she says, “I’ve been out as being bi since I was a teenager, right after high school.” She decided that remaining out was part of being “an honest, transparent politician.”
During the primary, she notes, she was accused of pretending to be bi in order to get endorsements from LGBTQ organizations (she has the backing of several, such as Victory Fund and the Human Rights Campaign). In the general election campaign, she’s heard some biphobic comments, with people saying she’s making her sexuality an issue. “I’m not making it an issue,” she says. “It’s just who I am.”

Yes, ma’am. Indeed, we see that now: “It’s just who I am.”

UPDATE II: It appears that this female campaign aide had serious feelings for the bisexual Democrat, saying she “hurt too much” and needed “a little more time to ‘move on'” after their affair ended.


But wait — there’s more! Hill and her husband, Kenny Heslep have been together since 2004, when she was 18 and he was 22, and married in 2010. She publicly called him “the love of my life,” claiming during her congressional campaign he was the “backbone” of her life.

Of course, you can’t believe a word she says. She’s a bisexual.

UPDATE III: The reporter who originally broke this story, Jennifer Van Laar of Red State, says she and her family are being threatened.



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