Politics Congresswoman Katie Hill exposed

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Alright, I know the DailyFail is a bit of a trashy rag, but their story is still pretty real:


Look; I’m no prude and she can smoke bongs, party naked and kiss other women all she wants, but that Iron Cross tattoo near her kitty is the thing that could really backfire for her.
 
“Exposed”? I see what you did there !! I’d rather see Trump release the names of Senators and Congressmen who have used taxpayer dollars to settle sexual harassment claims.
 
But... but... she's a democrat so it's probably just a Maltese Cross and not one related to national socialism, you see.

You don't see? Well, actually neither do I. But I bet they had some wild parties!
 
Here's wondering how many Daily Mail editors have pics of, I don't know, themselves munching on anal beads on their cellulars? That article is quite vile, to be honest. That heavily obscured tattoo might as well allude to a rock band, and everything else revealed is no one's business.

I'm beginning to see why so many people despise the DM and why it appeals to so many trashbags. I used to believe people were raging against the messenger to discredit the message. But it's not what that newspaper does that's so despicable, but how it does it.
 
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And what ever became of the goat?

In another picture from the same period obtained by DailyMail.com, Hill is pictured at her Santa Clarita ranch with a similar baby goat
 
By the way:
However, the ADL does note the 'Iron Cross in isolation (i.e., without a superimposed swastika or without other accompanying hate symbols) cannot be determined to be a hate symbol,' because bikers, skateboarders and extreme sports enthusiasts frequently use the symbol.
  1. It's also an official symbol of the Federal Republic of Germany, a major ally of the United States and the United Kingdom.
  2. Hill cites climbing and hiking as her hobbies, so she could count as an extreme sports enthusiast.
In summary, the Dail Mail knew how misleading the article would be and decided to run with it anyway. In other words, it's a hit job. This is despicable, it has to be said.

I'm also curious as to how they were able to copyright images that they obtained illegally.

Oh boy, I never thought I'd end up in here defending one of the worst snowflakes to ever snowflake.
 
Two days ago "no I didn't:


Eight hours ago "okay yes, I did...":

 
Alright, I know the DailyFail is a bit of a trashy rag, but their story is still pretty real:


Look; I’m no prude and she can smoke bongs, party naked and kiss other women all she wants, but that Iron Cross tattoo near her kitty is the thing that could really backfire for her.
Are those pictures private ? If yes, then it shouldn't have come to public audience. Furthermore, i agree with @muck , the "Nazi-tatoo" looks like very much the symbol of the FRG. You have the same on its Tornado, Leopards and Pzh2000. OMG, Germany is nazi again o_O

If these pictures were hijacked without authorization, this could be worth a old good massive sueing
For pivate life breaching with consequences on the job of the concerned person
 
By the way:

  1. It's also an official symbol of the Federal Republic of Germany, a major ally of the United States and the United Kingdom.
  2. Hill cites climbing and hiking as her hobbies, so she could count as an extreme sports enthusiast.
In summary, the Dail Mail knew how misleading the article would be and decided to run with it anyway. In other words, it's a hit job. This is despicable, it has to be said.

I'm also curious as to how they were able to copyright images that they obtained illegally.

Oh boy, I never thought I'd end up in here defending one of the worst snowflakes to ever snowflake.
In other words, SOP for today's "journalists".
 
I think Ms Hill has resigned. If anyone cares...
She did and she had the gaul to blame her chucking it on the Right wing media when it was she herself that posted the pics ......

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