Rep. Katie Hill announces resignation amid allegations of improper relationships with staffers

Rep. Katie Hill announces resignation amid allegations of improper relationships with staffers 1

 

Democratic Rep. Katie Hill of California announces her resignation from Congress days after she admitted to having an inappropriate relationship with a campaign staffer before coming into office.
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55 Comments on "Rep. Katie Hill announces resignation amid allegations of improper relationships with staffers"

  1. “a bizarre scandal”?
    You mean, a lifestyle.
    HaHaHaHa . . .

  2. Planet Bolshevik | October 28, 2019 at 4:43 AM | Reply

    Damn the Communists must be tired of losing?

  3. 😂😂 this is priceless

  4. The new cover of Hustler magazine..

  5. The photos that weren’t released must have been good.

  6. Аllegations? That’s a weird way to spell “pictures”.

  7. “I did not have sexual relations with that woman” Rep Katie Bill

  8. I just have one question for Katie Hill:
    Who’s Katie Hill?

  9. Allegations? We got the Pics!

  10. It’s not an “Allegation” when she admits too it. I wish Ted Turner still owned CNN, at least it had integrity and gave the facts, instead of someone’s opinions.

  11. “This is a millenial.”

  12. eugene swayngim | October 28, 2019 at 7:08 AM | Reply

    YET THE ONE THAT MARRIED HER OWN BROTHER STAYS ON?

  13. These dems sure love their “improper relationships with staffers” 😝

    • Jeffrey pressman | October 28, 2019 at 11:28 AM | Reply

      John Patrick no. It was the leader of the house who was making hush payments for years to quiet an underage wrestler being sexually abused!

    • Jeffrey pressman | October 28, 2019 at 11:30 AM | Reply

      MT Yerpokits logical? I haven’t seen a logical comment from the right in a very long time! Never facts, always lies and conspiracies!

    • @Jeffrey pressman College students aren’t underage; they are 18 or older, and as such are adults.
      But you’re trying to put the crimes of the head coach on to the assistant coach.
      Is there proof Jim Jordan took hush money to look the other way?
      And if he had reported it and cost the guy his job, would the Left not just used that as him attacking and outing a gay man so he could get his job as head coach?

    • Jeffrey pressman | October 28, 2019 at 11:45 AM | Reply

      Edit
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      John Dennis Hastert (/ˈhæstərt/; born January 2, 1942) is a former American politician who represented Illinois’s 14th congressional district from 1987 to 2007 and served as the 51st Speaker of the United States House of Representatives from 1999 to 2007.[1] He is the longest-serving Republican Speaker of the House in history, and is the highest-ranking elected official in U.S. history to have served a prison sentence,[2] after being convicted of financial crimes related to his previous repeated incidents of child molestation.[3]

    • @Jeffrey pressman Ok, I got what you were talking about mixed up with the crap people spew about Jordan.
      I apologize.
      It still doesn’t change the fact that what I said still holds true.
      We can go back and forth with these allegations against politicians of both sides.

  14. Well, at least we know she’s a true California democrat.

  15. She does have a bright future in the porn business.

  16. – the house rules regarding private love lives – should change

    She should have not quit, she seems like a flake

  17. “Come on, let the lady politicians get a little on the side, huh?” – Paid for by Denny and the Denny Singers 😉

  18. The reporter said she is leaving a very tight office lol

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