In July, liberals were delighted by the moronic antics of a woman who quickly became known as “Holly Hobby Lobby.” Shortly following the Hobby Lobby Supreme Court ruling that allowed companies to inject their religion into female employees’ healthcare, Holly Fisher decided to poorly “troll” liberals a bit.
Our heroine bravely stood in front of a Hobby Lobby store wearing a “PRO-LIFE” t-shirt and holding a Chick-Fil-A cup. She captioned her photo “HOW TO MAKE A LIBERAL’S HEAD EXPLODE,” and set it loose on Twitter.
However, Holly’s Twitter followers were not satisfied. The photo was not ‘Murikan enough, for them. “Biggest complaint I’m getting about my #HobbyLobby pic is there’s no gun, Bible, or flag. Tried to make up for it,” Holly said in a Twitter post.
And boy, did she make up for it!
This photo gained Holly the admiration of the conservative world. Quickly, she became a hero to all who have trouble figuring out how to work a microwave. Unfortunately, her new photo — the one conservatives adored — bore a striking resemblance to “the White Widow,” a jihadist suicide bomber who blew herself and four other people up in 2004.
But, with every ascension to fame, comes the inevitable fall — and, oddly, the story of this “good Christian” and her plummet from glory was broken by conservative hatemonger Charles C. Johnson, the same man who sued St. Louis County Court for Michael Brown’s juvenile records in a desperate attempt to demonize the young man.
“The conservative woman behind several viral photos cheated on her combat veteran husband repeatedly & then lied about it, Gotnews.com has learned,” Johnson wrote.
According to Johnson, multiple sources within the Tea Party confirmed that Fisher had a prolonged affair with Joel Frewa, a now-former video editor for the Tea Party News Network. Johnson says Frewa resigned after word of the affair began to leak out.
“The affair took place at a “Restoring the Dream” event, a Faith & Freedom conference, and on Election night 2014,” Johnson said.
Fisher claimed that the “rumors” were a product of “vengeful people” who were out to get her:
Despite both parties’ attempts to deny the affair, Fisher eventually caved. On Facebook, Fisher admitted that she “completely lost” herself:
” I lost my faith in this life that not only I’ve chosen for myself, but a life that I promote. Happy military wife with kids and church and happy, happy, happy. False. My life crumbled. My marriage crumbled. I lost my faith in God. I didn’t know where I was going to go next or what I was going to do. For a very short period in the middle of that, I actually believed my marriage was over and found someone else.”
Fisher says that she is done with that part of her life, and that she has once again found Jesus — the absolver of all guilt:
” I regained my ability to pray after a few long nights of my husband squeezing me tight and helping me realize that we are a team, we are best friends, we are partners, and no matter how lost we’ve been in the past, we can survive anything. I am a fighter, my husband is a fighter, and with a renewed commitment to each other and to God, I decided right there and then that my marriage wasn’t the problem, God wasn’t the problem, my hate mail wasn’t the problem…the problem was me getting so caught up in this brand new life and completely forgetting where I came from and who I was.”
“I know this story is going to generate a lot of disappointment, a lot of lost friends and supporters, but thankfully our friends and family already know everything and have for some time,” she said. “I need to tell my story. I need you to know who I am and I want you to hear it from me.”
Fisher says she has no regrets about the affair, because it brought her closer to God:
“It’s going to be a long time before a lot of people in my real life can fully trust me again. I’m sure that’s only natural, but we are all working through this together and though it has been difficult. I can tell you that I don’t regret what has happened. I don’t regret it because it took me getting as low as I did to fully wake up and realize just how much I need to put God back first in my life, my husband second, then my kids, followed by everyone and everything else. I’ve never been closer to God and I’ve never been more committed to being the person I want to be and know I need to be.”
On Twitter, Fisher admitted she lied to Johnson, chastising the slimy blogger for exposing her to be a hypocrite:
Fisher did not apologize for lying.
However, Holly says her mission is not over… even though she is a gigantic hypocrite:
Fisher, who pushes a Christian, family values message alongside her hatred, has been exposed by one of her own as a fraud — but her supporters barely notice. In fact, they love her even more for it!
Let’s get this straight: Holly Fisher preaches family values, love of God, and a corporation’s right to make decisions regarding a woman’s body. She lied, concealed her affair until Johnson was ready to expose it, and eventually glossed over the fact that she betrayed an active duty serviceman with a low-level staffer for the Tea Party News Network.
Somehow, all she needed to do was invoke God, and everything was fine. All she had to do was milk that Bible and her status as a military wife (nevermind that she was unfaithful to said hubby), and her misdeeds magically did not matter anymore.
Makes perfect sense…