Let us review:

Katie Hill was a United States Congresswoman from California.  She is openly bisexual and was married to a man.  Sometime around the start of her campaign, she began engaging in a sexual relationship with a female campaign staffer eight years her junior, which she described as a “trouple.”

She and her husband divorced.  During that time, she allegedly had sex with a male Congressional staffer who is on her official Congressional payroll.  Hill allegedly paid this staffer and her a bonus and paid additional funds to her female throuple staffer.

According to the rules of the House:

Rule XXIII – Code Of Official Conduct
There is hereby established by and for the House the following code of conduct, to be known as the “Code of Official Conduct”:

18. (a) A Member, Delegate, or Resident Commissioner may not engage in a sexual relationship with any employee of the House who works under the supervision of the Member, Delegate, or Resident Commissioner, or who is an employee of a committee on which the Member, Delegate, or Resident Commissioner serves. This paragraph does not apply with respect to any relationship between two people who are married to each other.

(b) A Member, Delegate, Resident Commissioner, officer, or employee of the House may not engage in unwelcome sexual advances or conduct towards another Member, Delegate, Resident Commissioner, officer, or employee of the House.

(c) In this clause, the term ‘employee’ includes an applicant for employment, a paid or unpaid intern (including an applicant for an internship), a detailee, and an individual participating in a fellowship program.

By all accounts, Katie Hill broke the rules of the house which prompted an Ethics Committee investigation.

According to Red State and the reporter who broke the story, the photos that were released were done so to verify the allegations.  Red State claims that there were many more photos but they held them back as the purpose of the release was evidence not shaming.

RedState was also provided with intimate photographs of the women, which we have chosen not to publish.

What was published was censored.

These are the facts in evidence.

The Washington Post decided to ask the rhetorical question “what if Hill were a man?”  And decided that the patriarchy would let it slide.

Noted legal and ethical scholar Alyssa Milano was asked on CNN by the runt of the Cuomo litter about Hill, and she came to the same conclusion.

Did we need any more evidence that #MeToo was a load of horseshit?

Yes, the powerful men in Hollywood and the media who abused women for years needed to be run out of town on a rail and possibly sent to prison.  I’m not arguing against that.

That as soon as it turned into a movement with a hashtag, it morphed from legitimate into partisan activist bullshit.

Congresswoman Hill broke the rules of the House, possibly violated campaign finance law, and used her position of authority to sexually manipulate subordinates.

Yet, rather than treat her the way the #MeToo movement treated all those men, they rush to her defense and make her into the victim.

The only standard here is a double standard.

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By J. Kb

4 thoughts on “Did we need any more proof that #MeToo was bullsh*t?”
  1. First, last and only rule of politics: don’t get caught.

    Seriously, this is what’s known as tribalism. OK when one of “us” does it,.not OK when someone “not us” does. About the only silver lining I see here is that the Dems keep moving their tribal boundaries and crossing them, but in an exclusive not inclusive fashion. This results in them often eating their own.

  2. Actually, when a man did this and lied in court about it (although not a member of the House) the dems and the media fell all over themselves saying it was no big deal, and everybody does it, Per the media and the dems in Congress the whole “affair” was a “lynching” by sexually unenlightened Republicans. Of course he was a dem. Remember “Ah. did. not. have sexual relations with that woman.” However, when “Orange Man Bad” makes a bad joke about grabbing a woman’s privates, he’s a serial rapist. It seems the only consistency here is the party of the offender.

  3. Re “if she were a man”, no, in that case the mere accusation or appearance of impropriety would have been sufficient. Ask Al Franken. Not that I have any sympathy for that guy, but clearly what he was shown to have done doesn’t rise anywhere near to the level of what Hill did.

  4. Action: Brett Kavanaugh drinks a couple of beers in college and acts like a drunk frat boy.

    Response: UNACCEPTABLE! Must be removed form the bench IMMEDIATELY!!!

    Action: Katie Hill smokes dope, naked, with other women and men. She has a free range vagina, and does not care about it. In fact, she is proud of it. She has no qualms whatsoever about sleeping with people who work directly for her.

    Response: Get off her back! She is just living her life to the fullest. Like you do not have anything in your past that is NSFW???

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