Arizona Rep. Paul Gosar ripped into his former colleague Katie Hill after she called him out for “tweeting out real conspiracy theories,” sarcastically congratulating her for introducing the country to the word “throuple.”
The pair’s squabble came after Gosar fired off a series of tweets Wednesday that spelled out “Epstein didn’t kill himself,” referring to the late billionaire’s death behind bars.
“No like this actually happened. Real members of Congress tweeting out real conspiracy theories. In an acrostic no less,” Hill tweeted.
But Gosar was quick to fire back the former California congresswoman, who resigned amid her explosive “throuple” scandal.
“You’re surprised by me? You single-handedly taught an entire country a new word. #throuple,” Gosar tweeted. “And wth is up with that tattoo? Relax.”
Reports emerged last month that Hill carried on inappropriate relationships with two staffers, including a younger female campaign staffer with whom she was involved in a “throuple” with her estranged husband.
Hill fessed up to the three-way relationship, but denied that she had an affair with a male congressional staffer.
She has accused her husband, Kenny Heslep, of leaking revenge porn during the scandal when photos surfaced of her smoking bong and wearing nothing but what appeared to be a tattoo that looked like an Iron Cross.
Responding to Gosar, Hill pointed out that a “throuple” appeared on the show “Shameless” — and called him out for looking at nude photos of her.
“Gee Doc, I am sorry you’re behind the times. @ sho_shameless taught the country that word way back in season 7,” she wrote. “And please don’t talk to me about a tattoo … because you just admitted you clicked to see my nudes and that disturbs the hell out of me.”
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