On January 9, 2019, the U.S. House of Representatives adopted House Resolution 6 on the rules governing the 116th House. Among other rules, H. Res. 6 specifically bans sexual relationships between House members — Congressman and Congresswomen — and their staff.
Katherine Lauren “Katie” Hill, 32, is a freshman, openly bisexual (but married to a man named Kenny Heslep) Congresswoman (D-California) who defeated incumbent Republican Steve Knight in the 2018 mid-term elections.
Note: Most of the $6.3 million raised by Katie Hill came from the online Democratic fundraising platform ActBlue, which has funds from donors such as one of Soros’s sons, Jonathan. Hill has received $25,633 from J Street and $5.1 million from former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Independence USA PAC. Katie Hill’s Republican opponent, Steve Knight, raised $1.3 million, none of which came from the major Jewish or pro-Israel donors. (Source: the algemeiner)
Before she was elected to Congress, Hill was executive director of People Assisting the Homeless (PATH), a statewide “non-profit” organization working to end homelessness throughout California. Since homelessness is getting only worse in California, but Hill nevertheless was rewarded with a “promotion” to Congress, she is a perfect example of the Peter Principle.
In office for less than ten months, since January 3, 2019, Hill has already made a stinky name for herself by violating H. Res. 6, engaging in threesome and lesbian sex with her staffers.
Hill is denying the sexual allegations. The only problem is the inconvenient fact that RedState has photographs and text messages showing Hill involved in a long-term sexual relationship with a younger, female campaign staffer, as well as an adulterous relationship with a male staffer. The woman, 22, whose name is not being released, was hired by Hill in late 2017 and quickly became involved in a “throuple” relationship with Hill and her now-estranged husband who is seeking a divorce.
Reporting for RedState, Jennifer Van Laar presents the following evidence of Rep. Hill’s illicit sexual involvement with two of her staffers:
(1) Intimate photos of Hill and the lesbian staffer, such as the photo below, taken in Alaska. The trio took multiple vacations together, including to Alaska.
(2) Even more “intimate” photographs of Hill and the female staffer, which RedState has in possession but chooses not to publish.
(3) Text messages between Hill and the female staffer. A source “close to the staffer” told RedState the throuple agreed to continue their committed relationship when Hill moved to Washington, D.C. in January 2019, but that Heslep and the staffer quickly noticed a difference in Hill’s demeanor. By late May, Hill broke off her relationships with both Heslep and the staffer, claiming she wants “to be entirely focused on this work that…is so important,” and that she just wants “to be alone” and “accountable” to no one else.
In text messages to Hill (see the message below), the staffer was distraught and trying to figure out how to move on with her life.
(4) RedState also has text messages of Hill being involved in a year-long sexual relationship with Graham Kelly, Hill’s former finance director who is now her legislative director. On his now-deleted Facebook account, Hill’s cuckolded husband, Heslep, posted a screenshot of a text message between himself and a friend of the couple in which the friend admits that he knows about the Hill/Kelly affair. Heslep asked the friend:
I’m just going to ask you this plainly bc I respect you. Did you know about Graham and Katie?
I do know, yes, but I didn’t know until recently.
Heslep promptly filed for divorce after he found out about the affair between Hill and Kelly. So a threesome of two-women-one-man is okay, but his wife being sexually involved with another man is not okay. Katie Hill and Kenny Heslep are both skanks.
In June 2018, just a year before Heslep filed for divorce, Katie Hill had called Heslep “the love of my life” on Instagram. (Heavy.com)
But what is at issue isn’t “just” Hill’s violation of H. Res 6, there is also the matter of national security. As RedState‘s Van Laar points out:
In addition to the legal and ethical issues raised by allegations of a congresswoman having not one, but two extramarital affairs with people on her staff, concurrently, there are issues of national security. Hill serves on two influential committees in that regard: Oversight and Reform and Armed Services. She has access to extremely sensitive national security information. If people who don’t have our nation’s best interests at heart had access to the photographs, text messages, and other information provided to RedState, Rep. Hill would be an easy blackmail target.
Matthew Boyle of Breitbart highlights the Katie Hill scandal being of potential benefit to Trump and the GOP:
Hill represents California’s 25th congressional district, a true battleground district that Republicans lost to her in the 2018 midterm. Its Cook Partisan Voting Index (PVI), published by the Cook Political Report, which rates how solidly Republican or Democrat each congressional district is nationwide, rates the district as EVEN–meaning it could break towards a Republican or a Democrat at any time. If Hill ends up in serious political trouble as a result of this story, it could be a boon for Republicans given the fact that this district is not one of the 31 districts currently represented by a Democrat in which Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton in his 2016 victory. Of those 31, 13 of them are districts that Trump won by six percent or more–and Republicans only need to take back a net 19 seats to retake the House majority. Losing districts outside of that core 31, as Hill’s battleground in the 25th is for Democrats, would endanger Democrat chances of holding the majority even more than they already are.
On October 23, 2019, the Demonrat-dominant House Ethics Committee announced it would conduct an investigation into the allegations against Hill.
Yesterday, October 27, 2019, the disgraced and disgusting Katie Hill resigned from the House of Representatives. In a statement, she moaned she was resigning “with a broken heart” and that it was “the hardest thing I have ever had to do.” (LifeZette)