Disgraced California Congresswoman Katie Hill, notorious for “thropples,” daliances with staffers, and online naked photos, further disgraced herself Wednesday. During the Senate Judiciary Committee Supreme Court confirmation hearing of Judge Amy Coney Barrett, Hill Tweeted out a very anti-feminist statement:
“I hate to be someone who judges women on their clothes but I’m sorry ACB’s outfits are all way too handsmaid-y,” her Tweet said.
— Reagan Battalion (@ReaganBattalion) October 14, 2020
Her Tweet has been taken down, but plenty of quick Tweeters caught it and used it.
I mean of course Katie Hill is criticizing another woman because she’s wearing clothes. https://t.co/Rmfq41n3ws
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) October 14, 2020
“I mean of course Katie Hill is criticizing another woman because she’s wearing clothes,” Stephen Miller replied.
While many of the comments were quippy and aimed right at Hill’s “binge drinking, sex with staffers, alleged threesomes with her husband and a staffer, a year-long relationship with her legislative director,” as the Globe reported, we asked last year, “Where are the feminists outraged by the predatory nature of Rep. Hill’s behavior with a young female staffer? This is a textbook #MeToo moment, yet the feminists, who so loudly screeched abuse when male lawmakers preyed on female staffers, are silent.”
And Hill’s Tweet about Coney Barrett’s clothing should have brought out the enraged feminists. But it was crickets instead.
That is because the elected feminist Democrat Senators have been taking their own cheap shots at Judge Coney Barrett.
Hawaii Democrat Sen. Mazie Hirono asked the Supreme Court nominee if she had ever committed sexual assault. “Since you became a legal adult, have you ever made unwanted requests for sexual favors or committed any verbal or physical harassment or assault of a sexual nature?”
To her immeasurable credit, Barrett said “No, Sen. Hirono.”
Apparently not yet satisfied, Hirono asked, “Have you ever faced discipline or entered into a settlement related to this kind of conduct.” Barrett said, “No, senator.”
Senate Democrats have attacked Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s Catholic faith, as well as her large family of seven children, of which two are adopted from Haiti, and one child has Down syndrome.
Katie Hill’s personal Twitter page shows no remorse for her own predatory behavior with staffers, and in fact she appears to be taking on a cloak of victimhood.
Her profile says:
“Author of She Will Rise (shewillrisebook.com). Fighting for equality w/ HER Time PAC. Fmr Congresswoman from #CA25. Not standing down. Not being silenced.”
“She Will Rise,” is Hill’s new book in which she shares her experiences of “misogyny and double standards.” Apparently she doesn’t delve into her own predatory behavior and sexcapades.
So excited – #SheWillRiseBook is out today! I wrote this to empower women to lead despite so many roadblocks & sexist standards, & I couldn’t have done it without YOU. Things will never change unless we make sure they do – thank you for joining the fight: https://t.co/ORuWcrhNkr
— Katie Hill (@KatieHill4CA) August 11, 2020
As for mocking Judge Barrett’s clothing, which happens to be perfectly appropriate for a female judge, Hill got a mocking of her own:
Maybe if Amy Coney Barrett was was in a throuple with her subordinates instead of faithfully married with a bunch children she would get a movie instead of being smeared. https://t.co/0BEhTtkTMV
— David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) October 7, 2020
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