Holly Fisher became an Internet sensation last year when she posted numerous pictures and attacks against those whom she labeled "liberals" on social media.
After the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that conservative Christian company Hobby Lobby didn't have to provide birth control coverage to employees in July 2014, the Christian mother of three posted a photo on Twitter of herself in front of a Hobby Lobby store, wearing a pro-life T-shirt and holding a Chick-Fil-A drink. Chick-Fil-A's owners have also raised debate with their conservative values.
"Attention Liberals: do not look at this picture. Your head will most likely explode," the West Virginia mom wrote in the caption. Fisher also posted pictures of herself holding a Bible and gun on July 4, and another picture attacking the Quran (video below).
The website GotNews.com asked Fisher on Jan. 18 about rumors that she had an extramarital affair. According to GotNews.com, Fisher denied the affair, but 40 minutes later admitted cheating on her military veteran husband on her Facebook page.
GotNews.com claims Fisher had the affair with a former employee with the Tea Party News Network at a Restoring the Dream event, a Faith & Freedom conference gathering and on midterm election night in 2014.
The Daily Mail notes that Fisher wrote on Facebook:
"In the overwhelming mess of the political spotlight and trying to find myself and where I belong, I actually completely lost myself. I lost my faith in my marriage, 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 recently told the Daily Mail, "In the fall we both decided to recommit ourselves to God and to each other and get back to the life our kids deserve to grow up in. There's really not much more to it than that; I knew I slipped far away from the person I'm supposed to be and my husband helped me climb back and now we are stronger and happier than we have ever been."
Fisher has received hundreds of supportive comments on Facebook and her husband, David, tweeted support of his wife and quoted the Bible, "@HollyRFisher I am with you always. We crossed this bridge and will walk together now with our heads high. I love you. Matthew 6:14-15."
David also posted multiple angry messages to people who discovered his wife's affair, reports the Daily Mail.
Even though she blamed the "political spotlight" for contributing to her adultery, AddictingInfo.org notes that Fisher recently posted on Facebook: “I will continue to fight for the unborn and the Constitution, just like I always have, and I will continue to share my imperfect journey as a Christian, just like I always have. I don’t condone my own actions or excuse them, but I have forgiven myself for them and I will be moving forward.”