Katie Hill Ex-Staff Condemn Elisabeth Moss Biopic, Say Scandal-Hit Rep. ‘Not a Hero for Women’

Elisabeth Moss is due to star as former Congresswoman Katie Hill in a film adaptation of her memoir from Blumhouse Productions.

However, the former politician’s staff are said to be “disappointed” by the move, claiming that Hill is “not a hero for women.”

The Handmaid’s Tale star is trying her hand at a biopic, which will be based on Hill’s forthcoming book “She Will Rise: Becoming a Warrior in the Battle for True Equality.”

“I am so honored to have the opportunity to portray Katie and to help tell her story. Her strength and work to amplify women’s voices is incredibly inspiring to me and her experiences could not be more important for us to magnify right now,” Moss said in a statement per Variety. “As always, Jason and the Blumhouse team are such incredible partners and Lindsey and I are thrilled to make something powerful with them and

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Rep. Debbie Lesko: Want more women on Supreme Court? Include conservatives like Amy Coney Barrett

When asked when there would be enough women on the Supreme Court, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg once famously said: “When there are nine.” In the wake of her passing, this quote has been shared on social media and referenced by the news media.

In many ways, Ginsburg’s comment has become the rallying cry of feminists across our country, advocating for women in leadership in the highest positions in our nation. But now, when faced with the prospect that some of those nine justices could be — and should be — conservative, the women of the liberal left are no longer interested in the prospect of another woman on the court.

Known for her contributions to women’s rights throughout her career, Ginsburg has inspired a generation of women in the legal profession.


From her early days

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