It looks like you're using an Ad Blocker.
Please white-list or disable AboveTopSecret.com in your ad-blocking tool.
Some features of ATS will be disabled while you continue to use an ad-blocker.
originally posted by: CanadianMason
More on Hill nude photo....
Apparently, there were more explicit images available, but the site decided to stick to facts and real challenges this situation poses rather than turn tabloid to exploit a scoop.
Here are a few more photos and the text messages involved: HERE
Good points from 'Redstate' article:
It is this writer’s view that events that occur within a marriage or affairs that lead to its demise should be kept between the parties involved and are not the business of the general public. When those events or affairs occur within one of the parties’ workplace, though, and that workplace is the United States Congress, the public should know about them as they determine that elected official’s fitness to serve.
California law doesn’t expressly prohibit consensual sexual relationships between an employer and a direct report, but it’s certainly a murky legal and ethical area. Some legal pundits contend that an employee can’t truly consent to a sexual relationship with the person who signs their paycheck.
Her estranged husband and she are in their thirties having a 'throuple' relationship with a 22 year old girl fresh out of college; not to mention, she was also cheating on her husband with a male colleague. (It's in the texts).
originally posted by: SilentWindofDoom
a reply to: LanceCorvette
I agree, non of my beez wax. Though I do feel that since she's in a sensitive position, it is an issue. The fact that she's not open about it and hid it from her hubby means it can be used against her. Well, not any more I guess.
This is that same group referenced a few times now known as "SV17Q".
by engaging in this with an employee she's abusing her authority