Katie Hill pens op-ed about Congress resignation, marriage and mental health

Katie Hill pens op-ed about Congress resignation, marriage and mental health

In an op-ed in The New York Times published Saturday, former Rep. Katie Hill spoke out about the struggles she faced following her resignation from Congress and ending her marriage. Two days after her resignation, Hill said she almost attempted suicide. Hill said she is unsure of what’s next, adding ’I’m in the fight, and I’m glad it’s not all over after all’.

Edward Williams
Edward Williams 4 months

No, DailY Beast, her marriage did not ruin her life. Fucking her aid did.

porcus 4 months

Sure she thought about suicide. Sure... or more likely, she thought about how she could play a victim card instead

ICblades 4 months

no mention of her using her position to get into others pants

Based Haole
Based Haole 4 months

this is what they think represents a strong independent woman....a known liar and cheat playing the victim when caught red handed....trashy ho

WJ MacKENZIE 4 months

An op-ed from a thot on being a thot? Cant wait to read it, it sounds interrestingly terrible, I mean terribly interesting.

harbringer F
harbringer F 4 months

I don't see a open Frank discussion about power dynamics and abuse here. I see a whole lot of avoiding a woman in power took advantage of her position. You could these days depending on jurisdiction even call it rape. Interesting the difference in approach to say Brett Kavanagh and this event.

Ben B.
Ben B. 4 months

Well hey after this whole situation with PayPal, I bet Pr0nhub is looking for some new models

Seekster 4 months

Why is she in the news again?

bobby_5150 4 months

How many victime points that she get for this?

Paris Cloud
Paris Cloud 4 months

I'm glad she didn't kill herself, but I'm glad she's gone from Congress

Sir_Kutz 4 months

Because she’s nothing but a trollop.

Property 4 months

is there not pictures already proving she did?

Tom 4 months

So she pulled a Kevin Spacey. Her affair was immoral but no one is perfect, I’d be fine leaving personal business personal if that kind of public behavior didn’t happen again. The affair was with a congressional staffer (big no, especially after MeToo) and violates the prohibition on congressional coworker relationships. She was holding a bong. She is a federal lawmaker and cannabis is federally illegal. So in one incident she showed: immorality in her personal life, a disregard for rules meant to stop sexual assault, and hypocrisy by breaking drug laws regular Americans are forced to follow. I won’t say if stepping down was appropriate or not, what I will say is: she’s no victim. She’s too high ranking to spin blame to others.

Andre Gerard
Andre Gerard 4 months

Buhuhuuu, I almost committed suicide because I had to take responsibility for my actions! I am still the victim now, right?

DivineDawn 4 months

this women is really desperate to stay relevant isn't she? do us all a favour women sod off back into obscurity

David Silverstone
David Silverstone 4 months

Patriarchy Strikes Again

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