Brett Jolly’s Daily Thought (Smear campaigns)

I just recently heard about this woman, Katie Hill. I really don’t know of her and never even saw a picture of her, but her story just happened to be put out there and I thought it was worth mentioning. Ms Hill is a congresswoman who recently resigned over an affair she had and nude pictures that happened to emerge publicly. I admit that I don’t know the entire story of what happened here, so the best I can do is put bits and pieces together. It is not easy for women in politics. Men can get away with things that women will often get chastised for. From my understanding Ms Hill was in an alleged abusive relationship with her husband. I don’t know just how true that is, but if he is the one who posted the nude pictures of her and put out the story then it feels as though he engaged in some sort of smear campaign. Here is the story:

https://www.aol.com/article/news/2019/10/28/rep-katie-hill-is-resigning-after-admitting-to-having-an-affair-with-her-campaign-staffer-and-being-targeted-by-revenge-porn/23848008/

President Donald’s Trump’s wife was at one point a porn star model. In my opinion, she has been classy as the First Lady (whether you agree with her or not). From my own standpoint I don’t care if you had a sexual history. In my world no one is perfect. Unless there are other unknown facts about her out there I don’t think she should have had to resign. I realize that she only wanted to do what she felt was right, and I respect her decision. The biggest problem with this is that if her husband was the one responsible then that was a low blow. Keep your personal business “personal.” Don’t put yourself in a position that you can’t get out of. If you are successful at anything people will start to dig up “dirt” on you. They can only find it if you allow it to get out there. This is for everyone, and not just Katie Hill. Can anyone successfully put out a smear campaign on you? Thank you for checking out my Daily Thought, and as always I wish you the very best that life has to offer.

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