A stunning photo of Democrat Rep. Katie Hill (CA) was revealed on Thursday that appeared to show that the freshman lawmaker has a “Nazi-era tattoo” on her waistline while she was naked, smoking a bong.
“Hill’s wild lifestyle has been laid bare in a cache of texts and intimate photographs obtained by DailyMail.com, as sources revealed Hill and Helsep also posted her naked photos online under a thread called ‘WouldYouF**kMyWife’,” The Daily Mail reported.
“The picture also shows an iron cross tattoo on Hill’s pubic area, similar to the symbols formerly used by white supremacists referencing a World War II Nazi medal.”
The Anti-Defamation League reports that the Iron Cross is “a famous German military medal dating back to the 19th century. During the 1930s, the Nazi regime in Germany superimposed a swastika on the traditional medal, turning it into a Nazi symbol. After World War II, the medal was discontinued but neo-Nazis and other white supremacists subsequently adopted it as a hate symbol and it has been a commonly-used hate symbol ever since.”
“The mainstream media has a blackout on this story, which is amusing. The press typically loves politicians embroiled in sex scandals,” a top Congressional GOP source told The Daily Wire. “But the perpetrator is a Democrat in a swing district, so the press will pretend like there’s nothing to see here.”
The Daily Mail reports that there are more scandalous photos of Hill with the young female campaign staffer that she allegedly sexually involved with in a “throuple” relationship with her husband.
“But sources close to Hill and online posts reveal that this was not the first time she and her husband opened their marriage,” The Daily Mail added. “A former tenant of the estranged couple said Hill and Heslep, had a ‘sexual relationship’ with a 21-year-old woman in 2010, the same year they were married.”
“I can absolutely confirm stuff like this went on even back then,” Michael Pace told The Daily Mail. “I left the house after six months because of all the weird sexual stuff going on in the open. I walked in on the three of them in some very weird situations a few times so I know there was a sexual relationship going on.”
RedState’s Jennifer Van Laar has broken all of the bombshell stories on Hill, which gained significant national attention on Friday after she published a report alleging that Hill had sexual relationships with a campaign staffer and a congressional staffer, which is prohibited by congressional rules.
In text messages published by RedState, the campaign staffer allegedly wrote that she felt abused by Hill in their “toxic” relationship and that she was scared of Hill because she saw how poorly Hill treated her husband, Kenny Heslep.
“I am terrified of pushing back against you or upsetting you,” the campaign staffer allegedly wrote. “I have seen how you treat Kenny and I think that if I cause any issues, even if I am very worried about how you are acting, that very quickly you will decide you don’t want me in your life.”
On Wednesday, the House Ethics Committee revealed that it had opened up an investigation into Hill over allegations that she had an inappropriate sexual relationship with her congressional staffer.
Ted Deutch (D-FL), Chairman and Ranking Member of the Committee on Ethics, released the following statement late on Wednesday:
The Committee is aware of public allegations that Representative Katie Hill may have engaged in a sexual relationship with an individual on her congressional staff, in violation of House Rule XXIII, clause 18(a). The Committee, pursuant to Committee Rule 18(a), has begun an investigation and will gather additional information regarding the allegations.
The Committee notes that the mere fact that it is investigating these allegations, and publicly disclosing its review, does not itself indicate that any violation has occurred, or reflect any judgment on behalf of the Committee. No other public comment will be made on this matter except in accordance with Committee rules.